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Health Beat @UMC

WASHINGTON (WJLA) — 7th grader Antonio Vaughn and his mom, Lisa, joined hundreds of others at a one-stop health fair in Southeast D.C., Saturday.

United Medical Center partnered with other agencies, like the D.C. Department of Health, to provide allergy testing, vision and dental screenings, and immunizations before kids head… Read More
Saturday, August 8, 2015

Back To School Health Fair

Join WPGC, DJ Flexx, and trusted health plan/UMC for a back to school health fair Saturday August 8th at united medical center. Come meet Lola Lyons from empire, receive free school uniform vouchers, supplies and more. Event starts at ten am…but WPGC will be there from noon-two pm. Read More
It hasn’t been easy convincing residents who live around D.C.-owned United Medical Center to begin trusting the hospital again.

At his first community meeting, UMC's former turnaround chief, David Small, recalled brutal comments. “UMC is where you go to die,” one public attendee told the executive.

But much time has passed… Read More
United Medical Center will replace interim CEO David Small this week, it was announced Monday.

UMC's board of directors named Andrew L. Davis, the former president of the 159-bed Steward Carney Hospital in Boston, to lead its operations effective July 18. Like with Small, Davis' title will also be interim CEO.

Carney… Read More
Thursday, May 14, 2015

United Medical Center Hears You

In 2013 Huron Healthcare went on a mission to find out how to improve United Medical Center (UMC). But they didn't just want to put a bandage on an open wound. They wanted to provide long-term solutions to a problem plaguing residents in wards 7 and 8: lack of quality… Read More
How hard should it be to cross the road to the hospital?

At United Medical Center on Southern Avenue, it's not only hard -- it's dangerous, say local residents and hospital employees. On Tuesday, 68-year-old Faith Pines was struck and killed by a driver while she was leaving the hospital.  Read More
A deal for Howard University and its hospital's turnaround partner, Paladin Healthcare Capital, to take over the troubled United Medical Center could land in front of the D.C. Council as early as next month.

That's what UMC's interim CEO David Smalltold me this week when we sat down to… Read More
D.C.'s only hospital east of the Anacostia is now bringing medical care even closer to people who live in Wards 7 and 8.

Wednesday, United Medical Center unveiled a new Mobile Health Clinic, one of two that will circulate among neighborhoods -- including public housing and senior complexes --… Read More
With United Medical Center's logo emblazoned across the side, a bus in the southeast Washington hospital's parking lot Wednesday was unveiled as D.C.'s newest strategy for reaching its neediest patients.

Clamoring to show off the vehicle's features — it will offer two exam rooms, equipment for drawing blood and… Read More
Mobile health clinics, like the one pictured above, will soon be seen throughout the District, helping those who are more often underserved receive quality health care. The new initiative has been led by United Medical Center and illustrates their continued commitment to the community. (Courtesy of United Medical Center)
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