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Good Samaritan Hospital (Baltimore)

Good Samaritan Hospital (Baltimore)
MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore specializes in stroke, spinal cord injury, and orthopedics rehabilitation in addition to covering mainstream medical services.
MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore specializes in stroke, spinal cord injury, and orthopedics rehabilitation in addition to covering mainstream medical services. « Show less

Top Good Samaritan Hospital (Baltimore) Articles

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  • George E. 'Mooney' Turner, painter

    George E. 'Mooney' Turner, painter
    George E. "Mooney" Turner, a former newspaper copy boy who later became a painter and carpenter, died May 1 at Good Samaritan Hospital of prostate cancer. He was 65. The son of Joseph C. Turner Sr., a steelworker, and Alma R. Turner, a homemaker, George...
  • Joyce "Joi" Stokes, city purchasing agent

    Joyce "Joi" Stokes, city purchasing agent
    Joyce Priscilla Tucker Stokes, a retired buyer with the Baltimore City Bureau of Purchases, died of cancer April 23 at Good Samaritan Hospital. The New Northwood area resident was 74. Born Joyce Priscilla Tucker in Baltimore and raised on Caroline...
  • No Maryland hospital gets five stars under new federal rating system

    No Maryland hospital gets five stars under new federal rating system
    No Maryland hospital, not even world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, earned a top score under a new, simplified ranking system for patient satisfaction released Thursday by federal health care authorities. The new system — which assigns one to...
  • William C. Mank, refrigeration engineer

    William C. Mank, refrigeration engineer
    William C. Mank, a retired refrigeration engineer and World War II veteran, died of an embolism March 27 at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital. The Glen Arm resident was 91. Born in Baltimore and raised on Mura Street and Eugene Avenue, he was the son of...
  • Baltimore man suing doctor, hospital after penile implant procedure

    Baltimore man suing doctor, hospital after penile implant procedure
    A Baltimore man is suing a urologist and Good Samaritan Hospital, claiming an penile implant procedure caused him pain and left him unable to have sex, according to a lawsuit filed this month. Willie Price and his wife claim Price continues to suffer...
  • Northeastern Baltimore experiencing homicide increase

    Northeastern Baltimore experiencing homicide increase
    More homicides have occurred in Northeast Baltimore than any other part of the city so far this year, a trend that has prompted police to step up patrols and community leaders to press for more resources to address the increase in violence. A shooting...
  • Baltimore police want to pair officers with mental health professionals

    Baltimore police want to pair officers with mental health professionals
    Baltimore's police commissioner wants to team mental health professionals with police officers and deploy them on emergency calls involving disturbed individuals to calm tense situations and decrease the need to use force. "Having an officer and a...
  • Measles outbreak exposes holes in vaccine coverage

    Measles outbreak exposes holes in vaccine coverage
    Measles was nearly eliminated across the country nearly 15 years ago, an immunization victory over a highly contagious respiratory virus that once injured thousands and killed hundreds every year. Most measles cases since then have been traced to people...
  • Catherine B. Doehler

    Catherine B. Doehler
    Catherine Byrne Doehler, who went from a mortgage firm's switchboard operator to become the first woman director and chair of the Baltimore branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, died of heart failure Jan. 12 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium....
  • Possible measles case being investigated in Baltimore

    Possible measles case being investigated in Baltimore
    The Baltimore Health Department is investigating a possible measles case in a 12-month-old child — which could be the first documented case in the city in the last decade. Health officials said they were acting "out of an abundance of caution,"...
  • Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders

    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders
    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders, a computer engineer and member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church where he performed with the Woodbrook Players, died Nov. 21 at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. The longtime Govans...