About Frederick Regional Health System
Over the last 25 years, Frederick County’s population has grown
by nearly 40 percent, representing an increase of an estimated 95,000
people. To keep pace with that growth, the area’s leading healthcare
provider has expanded significantly, as well. For many Frederick County
residents, “Frederick Memorial” is synonymous with the hospital
on Seventh Street, yet that facility is actually the hub of the much larger
Frederick Regional Health System (FRHS), which includes:
FRHS also includes Monocacy Health Partners, a network of providers offering
primary care, family medicine and a wide range of specialty services.
MHP partners very closely with Frederick Memorial Hospital since both
are part of the Frederick Regional Health System. Because they are all
connected, our physicians and clinicians can easily work together to provide
the best possible treatment plan and follow up care for all of our patients.
Monocacy Health Partners Practices:
FRHS maintains a focus on delivering quality care. The health system and
hospital have achieved numerous accreditations and recognition. A small
- FRHS is a certified member of the MD Anderson Cancer Network
- FMH has been recognized as a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence
and America's 100 Best for Coronary Intervention by Healthgrades.
FMH has the only wound care center in the state of Maryland to receive
Accreditation with Distinction from The Undersea &
Hyperbaric Medical Society.
FMH is accredited as a
Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) from the Society of Cardiovascular
Patient Care (SCPC), its highest level of accreditation.
- The Center for Breast Care has earned a three-year accreditation from a
prestigious independent review board, the National Accreditation Program
for Breast Centers (NAPBC).
With nearly 2,700 employees, FRHS is one of Frederick county’s largest
employers. Frederick Memorial Hospital has 233 licensed beds.