UM CMG – Primary Care Announces Addition of Michael Gasparovich, DO


University of Maryland Community Medical Group (UM CMG)announces the addition of Denton-based primary care provider Michael Gasparovich, DO. Dr. Gasparovich’s subspecialties include family medicine and preventative care. He is seeing patients at 836 S. 5th Avenue in Denton. Patients may make an appointment with Dr. Gasparovich by calling 410-479-5900.

UM CMG is a University of Maryland Medical System-owned network of more than 300 primary care physicians, specialists- and advanced practice clinicians. As part of this UM CMG, Dr. Gasparovich is affiliated with UM Shore Regional Health.

Dr. Gasparovich is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed an internship and residency with Kennedy Memorial Hospitals. Dr. Gasparovich is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice.

“We are very excited to have Dr. Gasparovich join our team at the University of Maryland Community Medical Group in our Primary Care practice,”says Michele Wilson, vice president of operations for UM CMG. “Dr. Gasparovich will offer Denton primary care patients compassionate and comprehensive care for a broad range of health services.”

UM CMG consists of community-based provider practices affiliated with UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center, UM Charles Regional Medical Center, University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus and UM Shore Regional Health.  A list of UM CMG providers is available at

About the University of Maryland Community Medical Group  

The University of Maryland Community Medical Group (UM CMG) is a multi-hospital, multi-specialty, community-based physician-led group, and part of the University of Maryland Medical System. With more than 300 primary care physicians, specialists, and advanced practice clinicians in more than 65 locations across the state, UM CMG offers patients a vast network of highly experienced providers, delivering care right in their neighborhood. For more information, visit

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