Our Harford County Leadership


What do you think MEMN brings to the EM community?

"MEMN brings a high level of administrative leadership and clinical expertise to the patients, hospitals and communities we serve. We have a diverse and well-rounded group of physicians and mid-level providers who bring the best and latest practice standards to the bedside everyday. We are compassionate, engaged, hardworking, innovative and involved. We understand the importance of, and need for, both leadership and teamwork in the clinical practice of Emergency Medicine."

With MEMN since 1994

Rhamin Ligon, MD
Executive Director, MEMN

What do you think MEMN brings to the EM community?

MEMN brings a high level of administrative leadership and clinical expertise to the patients, hospitals and communities we serve. We have a diverse and well-rounded group of physicians and mid-level providers who bring the best and latest practice standards to the bedside everyday. We are compassionate, engaged, hardworking, innovative and involved. We understand the importance of, and need for, both leadership and teamwork in the clinical practice of Emergency Medicine.

With MEMN since 1994

Michael Abraham, MD
Regional Director

What is your philosophy on patient care?

"EM is a tremendous specialty. In no other area of medicine do the patients line up to see a doctor they don’t know. They put all their trust in someone they just met minutes ago. You have limited tools, limited time, and sometimes limited information to help a person likely having a much worse day than you. It’s so rewarding."

With MEMN since 2008


What is your philosophy on patient care?

"At University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake, our goal is to provide high quality, compassionate care for every patient at any time in their own community. I believe we should provide patient-centric care by understanding their goals, informing patients fully about their condition, and partnering with patients in health care decision making."  

With MEMN since 2012

Lisa Thomas, MD
Vice Chair and Clinical Operations Director

What is your philosophy on patient care?

"At University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake, our goal is to provide high quality, compassionate care for every patient at any time in their own community. I believe we should provide patient-centric care by understanding their goals, informing patients fully about their condition, and partnering with patients in health care decision making."  

With MEMN since 2012