A Word From Our Experts

Since the month of June is Hernia Awareness Month, we’ve asked Dr. Danielle Press, a General and Endocrine Surgeon with Union Hospital, to tell us more about hernias and how they are treated.

CCPS student art display at cancer center

Hospital and school district come together to brighten the experience of cancer patients Beginning this spring, art created by students from Cecil County Public Schools will be displayed in the new University of Maryland Radiation [...]

Notice of Practice Closure

If you are or were a patient of Union Rheumatology, we regret to inform you that the practice has closed as of May 15, 2017. To assist you with the transition to a new Rheumatologist [...]

A Word From Our Experts

May is American Stroke Awareness Month. Dr. Tariq Mahmood, a neurologist here at Union Hospital, discusses how every second counts when it comes to a stroke.

Chef Ernie Herzog Wins Sold Out Chefs’ Challenge

The Union Hospital Auxiliary hosted the 8th annual Chefs’ Challenge on Friday evening April 28. The event gathered four local chefs each creating dishes based on themes selected by the event’s planning committee.  Each chef [...]

Union Receives 2017 ANCC Pathway Award™

Silver Spring, MD — The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has awarded Union Hospital of Cecil County (Union Hospital) the 2017 ANCC Pathway Award™, sponsored by Cerner. Union Hospital is a full-service community hospital in [...]

Fighting Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a serious and growing problem in the United States, often leading to a multitude of lifelong health problems. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of obese or [...]

A Word From Our Experts

April is National Cancer Control Month. To help increase cancer awareness, we bring you an article from Union Hospital Oncologist, Dr. Fahd Rahman, regarding prostate cancer in men. Fahd Rahman, MD Union Oncology [...]

Cancer – Live What You Learn

The bad news first. One in every two men and one in every three women will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. Now here’s the good news. According to a recent study, making a [...]

Are You at Risk for Diabetes?

One in four If you’re over the age of 60, those are the odds that you have diabetes, which can cause serious medical problems for your eyes, ears, kidneys, nerves and feet. For example, hearing [...]