Meeting a continuum of health and wellness care
Meeting the health and wellness care needs of people who live and work in Montgomery County is a factor in our high ‘livability’ quotient. Access to high quality healthcare is vital, and the county is home to some of the best hospitals and health care centers in the Washington, D.C. region, and in fact across the nation. Integrated health care services run the gamut from nationally accredited hospitals to home health agencies and walk-in clinics. In this era of health care reform, our area hospitals and health systems are providing high quality care and also encouraging people to stay healthy.
With headquarters in Gaithersburg, MD, Adventist is an integrated health-care delivery network including four nationally-accredited, acute-care and specialty hospitals, mental health services and home health agencies. Locations include Germantown, Takoma Park, Gaithersburg and Clarksburg.
Holy Cross Health
Holy Cross Health is a trusted provider of innovative and quality healthcare services in Montgomery County for 50-plus years. Along with major hospitals in Silver Spring and Germantown, the Health Network operates Holy Cross Health Centers in Aspen Hill, Gaithersburg, Germantown and Silver Spring; provides primary care at Holy Cross Health Partners at Asbury Methodist Village and in Kensington. A major employer, the team includes more than 4,200 employees, 1,500 community-based physicians and 400 volunteers, working to meet the community’s full spectrum of healthcare and wellness needs.
MedStar Montgomery General Center
MedStar Health cares for more than a half-million patients each year across Maryland and Washington, D.C., and has ne of its area locations in Olney. The extensive network of providers enables them to offer the highest quality, most advanced care—close to where patients live and work. ith its not-for-profit mission, MedStar Health is dedicated to reinvesting in the health and wellness of the communities they serve.
A community-based, not-for-profit hospital based in Bethesda, it has been part of the Montgomery County community since 1943. In 2009, Suburban Hospital became a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine. The designated trauma center for Montgomery County, Suburban Hospital is affiliated with many local healthcare organizations, including the National Institutes of Health.
additional health and wellness services
In the local communities, find numerous Urgent Care and Walk-in Centers, serving the needs of children and adults. Renowned medical facilities, including Johns Hopkins Medicine and Children’s National Medical Center, have facilities in the county.
Montgomery County has a variety of programs and services available including mental health/substance abuse programs, minority health programs, and crisis center programs. More information at HHS Montgomery County Services.
Take advantage of Tax Credits and Financial Incentives
Generous incentives abound in Montgomery County. Find more information about tax credits, grant and loan programs, equity investment funds and more. LEARN MORE >
Silver Spring and Germantown, MD
Access to quality healthcare throughout the region is greatly improved with Holy Cross Health, a leader in innovative health care. The not-for-profit health organization serves more than 240,000 patients each year through a system of connected hospitals in Silver Spring and Germantown, along with county-wide health centers, primary care sites, innovative community outreach, senior services and education programs. Holy Cross recently received the Healthgrades 2017 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence, recognizing the hospital's superior performance of safe, comprehensive and consistent quality care.
LYNNE STEIN BENZION
Director of Business Retention & Expansion