About Suburban Hospital

Suburban Hospital is a community-based, not-for-profit hospital serving Montgomery County and the surrounding area since 1943. The designated trauma center for Montgomery County, Suburban Hospital is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and offers both complex and routine care for a range of specialties.

Our Mission, Vision and Values

Our Mission

To improve health with skill and compassion.

Our Vision

To foster the development of an integrated and innovative system of care that provides state-of-the-art clinical care supported by medical research and education.

Our Values

Excellence & Discovery
Leadership & Integrity
Diversity & Inclusion
​​​​​​​Respect & Collegiality

Suburban Hospital By the Numbers

  • 1,900+


  • 11,880

    Annual Admissions

  • 228

    Licensed Beds

Realizing Our Vision of Word-Class Local

We set out an ambitious 5-year plan to transform our medical campus, looking to optimize parking and traffic flow and add more space and technology to better serve our patients. In March 2020, the new 300,000-square-foot addition opened to the public!

Art at Suburban

Photograph of Lea de Wit's Cascade of Tranquility, showing teardrop shaped sculptures climbing the wall of a staircase.
Photograph of Susan Danko's Blue Botanical hanging in a room with an armchair on each side.
Photograph of Shanthi Chandrasekar's Spacetime-Flow, a golden spiral on a blue-green background.
Photograph of Time Information by Shanthi Chandrasekar, shown on canvas are spiraling white lines over black lines arcing from the middle to the outer edges on to of a yellow flower shape on a pink background.
Photograph of Space Energy by Shanthi Chandrasekar, shown are white and black patterned lines spiraling from the middle overtop a centralized forest scene in the middle and blue sky surrounding the outer edges of the canvas.
Photograph of Billie Coursey-Lookingbill's tryptic painting series, Water, Earth, Sun. Each painting has colors coordinating with the specific object, water - blue, earth - greens and blues, sun - yellows, oranges and greens.
Photograph of Austin Bristor's photography collage titled Bethesda Nature. This art shows photographs of many local animals and plants.
Photograph of a sculpture created by Jesús Moroles. The sculpture is gray stone pillar with an undulating design at the top, cross-sectioned by distinct lines jutting out at the same dimensions as the lower base.
  • Aspiring by Lea de Wit

  • Cascade of Tranquility by Lea de Wit

  • Blue Botanical by Susan Danko

  • Spacetime-Fields by Shanthi Chandrasekar

  • Time Information by Shanthi Chandrasekar

  • Space Energy by Shanthi Chandrasekar

  • Water, Earth and Sun by Billie Coursey-Lookingbill

  • Bethesda Nature by Austin Bristor

  • Untitled by Jesús Moroles

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