Exceptional Healthcare. Exceptional People.
Improve the health of the communities we serve.
Respect for every individual
Delivery of exceptional service
Safety and effectiveness
Trust and compassion
As the Delmarva Peninsula's referral medical center, we will be the leader in providing a system of regional access to comprehensive care that is interconnected, coordinated, safe and the most clinically advanced. We will deliver an exceptional patient and family experience, while fostering a rewarding environment for physicians and employees. Together, Peninsula Regional Medical Center and its physicians will be a trusted partner in improving the health of the region.
At the center of care on the Delmarva Peninsula is the Peninsula Regional Health System's Peninsula Regional Medical Center, 100 East Carroll Street, Salisbury, Maryland 21801, 410-546-6400.
Peninsula Regional and its staff believe in A Culture of Always, where we work to ensure that we are performing at our best for Every Patient, Every Person, Every Time.
Peninsula Regional Medical Center, a non-profit, 317 bed hospital at the hub of the Peninsula Regional Health System, is a 115-year-old, fully Joint Commission accredited tertiary care facility featuring Delmarva's widest array of specialty and sub-specialty services. Over 300 physicians and 3,000 health care professionals and volunteers provide the care and compassion that nearly 500,000 patients rely on each year for inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic, subacute and emergency/trauma services. It has been the recipient of over 125 national awards and recognitions over the past six years for the safety and quality of care it provides patients and for the outcomes they experience.
Peninsula Regional is an affiliate of the elite Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Network (JHCRN), a group of academic and community-based clinical researchers designed to provide new opportunities for research collaborations and accelerate the transfer of new diagnostic, treatment, and disease prevention advances from the research arena to patient care.
Peninsula Regional, as the regional leader in healthcare, welcomes over 2,000 babies annually, treats more than 85,000 people seeking emergency care, performs nearly 14,500 surgical procedures using robotics and minimally invasive techniques and admits more than 21,000 patients for care each year. This year, Peninsula Regional will generate over $300 million in economic benefit back into the local community and economy, while re-investing millions into new healthcare equipment upgrades.
Peninsula Regional also supports numerous affiliations with clinical educational programs at area two-year and four-year universities that expand nursing, physician assistant, respiratory therapy, and surgical technology opportunities for area students.
Peninsula Regional Medical Center is also a Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations Accredited and Certified Primary Stroke Center and Joint Commission Certified in AMI (treatment of heart attack) and Total Hip & Knee Replacement Surgery. The Society of Chest Pain Centers has also named Peninsula Regional an Accredited Chest Pain Center. The Medical Center has also been certified as a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence by the American Society for Bariatric Surgery.
In 2009, the Medical Center launched its Peninsula Institute for Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery (PILARS). PILARS surgeons perform nearly 40 different minimally invasive general, GYN, bariatric, urologic and cardiac procedures-1,500 per year- some featuring the da Vinci Surgical System Robot. Using customized instruments and high resolution cameras designed to fit inside very small incisions, surgeons perform precise operations with better long-term patient outcomes and shorter hospital stays.
The Guerrieri Heart & Vascular Institute offers patients comprehensive interventional and surgical cardiac care. Surgeons and physician specialists performs nearly 600 open heart procedures and 4,500 cardiac catheterizations annually. The Institute offers patients the region's only compehensive program and two Electrophysiology Labs for the treatment of irregular heartbeats, and houses the largest and most comprehensive cardiovascular/pulmonary rehabilitation program in Maryland. Since 1974, surgeons have performed over 12,000 cardiac bypass surgeries; experience unmatched in the region.
The Richard A. Henson Cancer Institute provides patients complete and compassionate cancer care, including weekly multidisciplinary cancer treatment conferences, the region's only comprehensive lung program, outpatient chemotherapy services and dedicated patient navigators who assists patients and their families through the entire treatment process. It is a recipient of the exclusive Commission on Cancer's Outstanding Achievement Award.
The Gynecologic Oncology Center is the only center dedicated to the diagnosis and surgical treatment of female genital tract cancers.
The Peninsula Breast Diagnostic Center offers women compassionate, confidential and complete breast care services from annually scheduled diagnostic testing and education to, if necessary, surgical intervention.
The Medical Center's Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit allows premature or sick babies to be cared for near their families here on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Surgeons of the Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Center perform nearly 600 total joint replacements each year.
The Peninsula Wound and Hyperbaric Center provides patients convenient and safe outpatient wound care, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for those suffering with chronic, non-healing wounds.
The Medical Center also supports numerous affiliations with clinical educational programs at area two-year and four-year universities that expand nursing, physician assistant, respiratory therapy, pharmacy and surgical technology opportunities for area students.
Peninsula Regional Medical Center continues to partner with other health care providers to increase the availability and scope of services. New technologies, including robotic heart and prostate surgery and advanced cancer detection and treatment options, continue to define the standard for safer care, faster recoveries and better outcomes.
The Peninsula Regional Medical Center complies with the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and all requirements imposed pursuant to the end that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, religion, political affiliation or opinion, age, sex or physical handicap be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in the provision of any care, service and/or employment.