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MEDSTAR-PARTNERSWelcome to MedStar Partners, the MedStar Health Business Diversity Program.

Here, local small businesses, minority-owned businesses and woman-owned businesses can learn about MedStar Health’s contracting needs, and register their company with MedStar Health in order to be eligible for future contracts and business needs.

MedStar Health’s business diversity program was established to make it easier for us to do business with one another. Once we know who you are, and you understand what we require, we can more efficiently match each company’s products and services with our current and future needs.

MedStar Partners is for:

local small businessesminority-owned businesseswoman-owned businessesveteran-owned businesses

MedStar Partners works to create mutually beneficial business relationships with diverse local businesses in order to strengthen the communities we serve and create value for our patients. The primary focus of this program is to provide maximum opportunity to diverse businesses who satisfy our purchasing and contracting standards. Contracting officers in each area of the corporation are encouraged to identify and include diverse businesses in the contracting process.

To be considered for a business opportunity with MedStar Health, companies must complete two steps:

Please note that inclusion in the MedStar Partners program database is not an implied promise to transact business with your company. When a system need arises, one of our contracting officers or someone on our staff will query the MedStar business database, and qualified businesses will be contacted.

Complete and submit the Business Registration Form to register your company information, products and/or services.Identify your company’s status as a small local business, a minority-owned business, or a woman-owned business on the registration form.

Learn More:

Certification ResourcesOur Commitment to DiversityRegister with MedStar Partners