TidalHealth Peninsula Regional is a non-profit hospital located in Salisbury, Maryland.
Established in 1897 by Dr. George W. Todd with six beds in an old home, the institution once known as Peninsula General Hospital has grown to contain approximately 300 beds.
It serves nearly 500,000 patients every year in a multitude of specialties. Close to 2,000 babies are born at TidalHealth Peninsula Regional every year. There are approximately 3,300 employees, placing it among Salisbury's largest employers.
Outside of its main hospital location, it includes a network of specialty and family physicians, a network of labs and pharmacies, plus two health complexes in Millsboro, Delaware and Ocean Pines, Maryland.
Steven Leonard has been President/CEO since January 2018.
In January 2020, Peninsula Health System, parent of the then named Peninsula Regional Medical Center, merged with Nanticoke Health Services of Seaford, Delaware. On September 1, 2020, the health system was officially renamed TidalHealth Services. The renaming coincided with a rebranding of all affiliated institutions with the TidalHealth branding.
Highest paying job titles at Peninsula Regional Medical include Cardiologist, Medical Director, and Electrophysiologist