REISTERSTOWN, Md. (AP) - Leaders in the faith community are forming a new network to help people get health care in their communities.
State and local leaders are scheduled to join them on Monday to launch the Maryland Faith Community Health Network.
It's a partnership between the Maryland Citizens' Health Initiative, LifeBridge Health and dozens of local houses of faith to connect hospital navigators and faith-based liaisons. They will coordinate community resources to support people who need medical care.
The new network will outline details about a pilot project among three LifeBridge Health hospitals, including one hospital each in urban, suburban and rural areas.