Prince George’s County Police Department’s “Chief on the Go” Program to be Held at Doctors Community Hospital

Lanham, MD – The Prince George’s County Police Department will hold its “Chief on the Go” community outreach initiative at Doctors Community Hospital on Friday, May 24 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Community members are invited to attend and meet Police Chief “Hank” Stawinski and Prince George’s County police officers.

“We are excited to welcome our men and women in blue to our hospital,” stated Robyn Webb-Williams, vice president of the Doctors Community Hospital Foundation.  “Like our doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, these officers are dedicated to serving others and strengthening our community.  We are honored that they chose our hospital as one of its Chief on the Go program locations.”

This community engagement initiative is held monthly at different locations throughout Prince George’s County.  Its goal is to boost relationships between the department and the community. 

Along with meeting members of the police department and touring its mobile command unit, participants can receive blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol screenings. They can also enjoy hotdogs and hamburgers – all courtesy of the Prince George’s County Police Department.  Additionally, people can also participate in health and wellness activities that include:

  • 8:30 a.m. – taking a five-mile run with Chief Stawinski and police academy cadets
  • Noon, 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – talking with police officers during 15-minute walks around the hospital

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Doctors Community Health System is a network of medical and surgical services provided throughout Prince George’s County and in Anne Arundel County. At the heart of this network is its flagship – Doctors Community Hospital in Lanham, Maryland. To complement the hospital’s high-quality and comprehensive services, the system has more than a dozen centers of care in Bowie, Camp Springs, Crofton, District Heights, Hyattsville, Lanham, Largo, Laurel, Riverdale and Temple Hills. Also, the hospital is a primary stroke center designated by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems. The system has experienced physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals who specialize in:

  • Ambulatory Surgery
  • Breast Health
  • Diabetes Care
  • Diabetes Education
  • Digestive Disease Care
  • Emergency Services
  • Imaging Services
  • Infusion Care
  • Orthopedic Services
  • Primary Care and Family Medicine
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Rehabilitation Program
  • Sleep Care
  • Surgical Services
  • Transitional Care
  • Wound Care

For more information, visit or call 301-DCH-4YOU (301-324-4968).