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Midtown Campus Inpatient Psychiatry

The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) Midtown Campus Inpatient Psychiatry Unit is a brand new 24,000 square-foot adult inpatient behavioral health unit. Our world-class team of experts are rooted in the heart of Baltimore City, where we tirelessly work to improve the lives of our most vulnerable community members every day.

Mission

To treat people of all ages with mental or behavioral health needs with specialized inpatient and outpatient services, including:

  • Psychiatric, medical, functional skill, and psychosocial assessments
  • Personalized treatment planning
  • Individual, group, and family therapy to help patients build memory, attention, and coping skills
  • ECT (electroconvulsive therapy) -- available in 2022
  • Therapy sessions
  • Substance use and addiction management

Learn more about our world-class programs:

Inpatient program
Our transdisciplinary team works to provide diagnoses and treatment for adults with serious and often overlapping disorders. Click here for more.

Outpatient services
We have two outpatient facilities for children and adults to treat a broad spectrum of complex disorders. Click here for more information.

Adult Psychiatric Day Hospital
We provide a highly specialized, transitionary level of care for patients as they prepare for everyday, independent life within their community. Learn more.

Employee Assistance Program
Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides free counseling and mental health services to our employees. Find more information here.


Midtown Campus Inpatient Psychiatry Unit 

Our newly constructed unit features 37 private rooms with hand-painted murals that were commissioned through a partnership with The Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts and local artists with experience in behavioral health. Each room reflects a calm, safe space, while also embodying the diversity and character of our surrounding community.

Click here for the full press release, or watch the video below to listen to Chief of Psychiatry Dr. Stephanie Knight.