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Oakland, MD 21550

301-533-3300

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Grantsville, MD 21536

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Press Releases

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

Blog Material Written By: Corey Edmonds, Community Health Worker When we think of May, we often think of the unofficial start of summer. Leaves are beginning to cover the trees, flowers are in ...
April Food Giveaway – Oakland, MD

April Food Giveaway – Oakland, MD

Mountain Laurel Medical Center held another food giveaway on Thursday 04/29/21 at Broadford Lake Park. Over 6,000 pounds of food was distributed to local residents. This is the second ...
Dress in Blue Day

Dress in Blue Day

Last week Mountain Laurel Medical Center employees participated in "Wear Blue Day," supporting colorectal cancer awareness.  Mountain Laurel is proud to support initiatives like these to ...
What you need to know about the Vaccine

What you need to know about the Vaccine

The arrival of the Vaccine is the new hot topic in healthcare. I wanted to spend a few seconds today addressing some of the questions raised by the community members.  Is the COVID-19 Vaccine ...
Patient Update COVID-19 Vaccine

Patient Update COVID-19 Vaccine

Patient Service Announcement 1/14/2021   Media Contact: Jonathan Dayton, Community Relations and Population Health Supervisor jdayton@mtnlaurel.org   Mountain Laurel Medical ...
Mountain Laurel Medical Center, Partners to Celebrate National Rural Health Day

Mountain Laurel Medical Center, Partners to Celebrate National Rural Health Day

Oakland, MD (11/19/2020) – Mountain Laurel Medical Center will join the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) and other state/national rural stakeholders in celebrating ...
Getting A Flu Shot Is Even More Important During A Pandemic

Getting A Flu Shot Is Even More Important During A Pandemic

Getting A Flu Shot Is Even More Important During A Pandemic By: Stacy Barr, RN, BSN Nurse Care Coordinator In recognition of National Diabetes Month, Mountain Laurel wants to highlight the ...
October 2020: Breast Cancer

October 2020: Breast Cancer

Information Compiled by our Nurse Care Coordinators. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this, here are some helpful tips on understanding your Breast Cancer Risk and how to ...
Suicide: What you should know….

Suicide: What you should know….

By: Rob Funk, LMSW Scope of the problem Suicide has risen to a level of epidemic proportions in the United States.  According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) suicide ...
Mountain Laurel Medical Center Joins World Mask Week to Build A Global Movement to Wear Masks

Mountain Laurel Medical Center Joins World Mask Week to Build A Global Movement to Wear Masks

CONTACTS: Jonathan Dayton, Marketing and Communications Coordinator jdayton@mtnlaurel.org   Mountain Laurel Medical Center Joins World Mask Week to Build A Global Movement to Wear ...
Dayton Joins Health & Wellness Council

Dayton Joins Health & Wellness Council

Media Contact Jonathan Dayton, Marketing and Communications Coordinator  Mountain Laurel Medical Center jdayton@mtnlaurel.org Mountain Laurel Medical Center - Marketing and Communications ...
June is PTSD Awareness Month #BreakTheStigma

June is PTSD Awareness Month #BreakTheStigma

PTSD Awareness Month  BY: Christy Lambert, Behavioral Health Provider June is National PTSD Awareness Month, with June 27th being National PTSD Day. Mountain Laurel Medical Center would like to ...
STOP THE STIGMA-MENTAL ILLNESS IS A MEDICAL ILLNESS #BreakTheStigma

STOP THE STIGMA-MENTAL ILLNESS IS A MEDICAL ILLNESS #BreakTheStigma

STOP THE STIGMA-MENTAL ILLNESS IS A MEDICAL ILLNESS How many of us would tell a friend or family member who had a fever and sore throat not to go to the doctor, that it was all “in their head”, ...
How to Wear a Face Covering

How to Wear a Face Covering

How to Wear a Cloth Face Covering Cloth face coverings should— fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face be secured with ties or ear loops include multiple layers of ...
Tips for Sheltering in Place with Children

Tips for Sheltering in Place with Children

Tips for Sheltering in Place with Children With the cancellation of school, playdates, birthday parties, and sleepovers your household calendar is likely wide open-this is a great time to do the ...
COVID-19 Checklist

COVID-19 Checklist

Checklist to Get Ready- From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  List for Individuals and Families As a family, you can plan and make decisions now that will protect you and your ...
Roasted Asparagus, Fish, and Bay Leaves

Roasted Asparagus, Fish, and Bay Leaves

Recipe Ingredients Ingredient Checklist 1 pound fresh or frozen white fish fillets (such as tilapia, cod, or perch), 1/2 to 1 inch thick 1 pound fresh asparagus, ...
Meal Prep 101

Meal Prep 101

Meal Prepping is simply preparing some, or all of your meals ahead of time. Instead of pulling out a frozen TV dinner you'd pull out a prepped meal with better, healthier and fresher ...
Why Managing Your Diabetes Is Important

Why Managing Your Diabetes Is Important

Taking care of yourself and managing your diabetes is important to help your feel good today and in the future. When your blood sugar is close to normal, you are likely to: have more energy ...
3 Tips to Help You Prevent Breast Cancer

3 Tips to Help You Prevent Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this here are some helpful tips on understanding your Breast Cancer Risk and how to lower it! 1 in 8 women are diagnosed with breast cancer ...
September is Suicide Prevention Month

September is Suicide Prevention Month

As we recognize Suicide Prevention month, let us work together to stop the increasing number of people who are thinking about suicide, planning it, and dying from it. Suicide is one of the top ...
How Do Vaccines Work?

How Do Vaccines Work?

The CDC emphasizes, “Because of vaccines, some diseases (like polio and diphtheria) are becoming rare in the United States. Vaccinations can prevent certain deadly diseases in infants, children, ...
Monthly Meal Monday | Peach Salsa Steak

Monthly Meal Monday | Peach Salsa Steak

Enjoy the summer with this easy AND healthy Peach Salsa Steak! Ingredients: For the steak: 2 Steaks -- 6 oz New York Strips/1 inch thick Salt and Pepper, to taste 1 Tbsp Olive Oil For ...
4 Quick Facts About Smoking

4 Quick Facts About Smoking

July is smoking cessation month! In honor of this, we're sharing 4 quick facts about smoking you may not have known:   1. What is in a Cigarette Cigarettes contain arsenic, tar, lead and ...