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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

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  • Baltimore County police arrest second suspect in Parkville homicide

    A Baltimore County man orchestrated a drug deal to rob a 22-year-old who was found shot to death in the back seat of his Chevrolet Impala in Parkville last week, police said. DeAngelo Devonne Johnson, 24, of the first block of Delight Ave. in Nottingham,...
  • Henson requests reprieve from jail to visit dying mother

    Julius Henson, the former political consultant sentenced to 60 days in jail last month for writing a 2010 Election Day robocall that prosecutors said was designed to suppress black votes, has requested his immediate release so that he can visit his...
  • Julius Henson released from jail a month early

    Political consultant Julius Henson on Friday was released a month early from the Baltimore City Detention Center, officials said. Henson was released early because he received jail credits, which inmates can earn for good behavior and for sharing a cell,...
  • Charlotte A. Voith, railroad worker

    Charlotte A. Voith, a Chessie System employee and longtime volunteer, died Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson of complications from a broken hip. The Northwood resident was 89. Charlotte Ann Schmidt was born in Baltimore and spent her early years in...
  • Bernard R. Rynarzewski, patient advocate

    Bernard R. Rynarzewski, a retired state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene worker who was proud of his Polish heritage, died July 9 of complications from a stroke at Good Samaritan Hospital. He was 60. The son of a civil engineer and a homemaker,...
  • Mary Ann Malinowski, homemaker

    Mary Ann Malinowski, a homemaker and former longtime Southeast Baltimore resident, died Oct. 22 of complications from dementia at Keswick Multi-Care Center. She was 93. Mary Ann Essel was born and raised in a home on Elsrode Avenue. She was a graduate of...
  • Ray Lewis is eligible to return to the Ravens on Thursday

    Ray Lewis is eligible to return to the Ravens on Thursday
    Ray Lewis, the Ravens' 13-time Pro Bowl inside linebacker, could return to practice as early as this week. Coach John Harbaugh said Monday afternoon that Lewis, who has missed the last five games after tearing his right triceps in the team's 31-29 win...
  • Bernard J. Watkins, engineer

    Bernard J. Watkins, engineer
    Bernard Joseph Watkins Sr., a retired Aberdeen Proving Ground engineer, died Nov. 29 at Good Samaritan Hospital. Family members said he suffered a stroke in 2007 but no cause of death has been determined. He was 59 and lived in Northeast Baltimore. Born...
  • Woman pleads guilty in silicone buttocks injections case

    A 45-year-old Atlanta woman admitted Wednesday that she used a downtown Baltimore hotel room to inject exotic dancers with commercial-grade silicone, commonly used in furniture polish, to enlarge their buttocks, according to federal prosecutors. As...
  • Good Samaritan Hospital settles claims it defrauded health programs

    Good Samaritan Hospital agreed to pay $793,548 to settle allegations that it submitted false claims to federal health benefit programs for four years ending in December 2008, federal Department of Justice officials reported Wednesday. The hospital denied...
  • 2 admit to using medical info to take over store credit accounts

    2 admit to using medical info to take over store credit accounts
    Two women pleaded guilty Friday to using stolen medical records to open or take over credit accounts at department stores and setting up a cottage industry selling fraudulently obtained goods. Chanell Cole, 30, and Yolanda Welch, 39, are scheduled to be...