Health Care Facility Services   CON    Emergency CONs Approved


Mercy Medical Center - EM-H20-24-001

Meritus Medical Center - EM-H20-21-002 and EM-H20-21-003

UM-Prince George's Hospital Center-Laurel Regional Hospital - EM-H20-16-004 and EM-H20-16-039

Nothwest Hospital Center - EM-H20-03-005

Peninsula Regional Medical Center - EM-H20-22-007

Adventist Healthcare White Oak Medical Center at former Washington Adventist-Takoma Park - EM-H20-15-036 and EM-H21-15-041

Adventist Healthcare White Oak Medical Center - EM-H20-15-009

Holy Cross Hospital-Silver Spring - EM-H20-15-018

UCHS-Harford Memorial Hospital - EM-H20-12-033

Anne Arundel Medical Center - EM-H20-02-026 and EM-H20-02-027

MEMA - Baltimore Convention Center - EM-H20-24-028

Adventist-Fort Washington Medical Center - EM-H20-16-029

Carroll Hospital Center - EM-H20-06-031

UM-Upper Chesapeake Medical Center- EM-H20-12-034

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Inc. - EM-H20-24_037

University of Maryland Medical Center - EM-H20-24-038


On April 10, 2020, based on OHCQ’s recommendation, the Executive Director of the MHCC issued to Maryland General Hospitals an Emergency CON (E-CON) for all field hospitals that are or will be located on the campus of a Maryland acute general hospital.  Under that E-CON, a Maryland general hospital does not need to apply for an E-CON to set up a field hospital that is located on its campus.  Please comply with the required notifications included in the Emergency CON Order (page 2).   A hospital must apply for an E-CON if a field hospital is being erected off the hospital campus, at a prison, a fairground, or other location.  A hospital must also apply for an E-CON to establish a modular ICU on or off the hospital campus


Last Updated: 5/4/2022