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Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson includes Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Greater Baltimore Medical Associates, Gilchrist Hospice Care and the GBMC Foundation.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson includes Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Greater Baltimore Medical Associates, Gilchrist Hospice Care and the GBMC Foundation. « Show less

Top Greater Baltimore Medical Center Articles

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  • Police identify man struck, killed along Charles Street in Towson

    Police identify man struck, killed along Charles Street in Towson
    Baltimore County Police have identified the 39-year-old man killed Tuesday while performing lawn maintenance at North Charles Street and Old Willow Way in Towson. The victim was identified as Noe Rodriguez Alverto, of Middle River. At 10:53 a.m....
  • Lutherville doctor known for running habits critically injured in Towson accident

    Lutherville doctor known for running habits critically injured in Towson accident
    Shirtless, hair flowing, legs pumping, Dr. Theodore Houk is a familiar sight running along North Charles Street on his twice-daily, 5.5-mile trek between his Lutherville home and his job at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. "You always see him out...
  • Best wishes to one of our most dedicated letter writers, Ted Houk

    Best wishes to one of our most dedicated letter writers, Ted Houk
    Loyal readers of The Sun's opinion section may have felt a twinge of name recognition at the news of a 50-year-old Lutherville physician accidentally struck and seriously injured by an SUV on northbound North Charles Street Thursday morning. That might be...
  • Condition improves for Lutherville doctor struck by car

    Condition improves for Lutherville doctor struck by car
    Dr. Theodore Houk's condition after being struck by a car on North Charles Street on Thursday was upgraded from critical to serious over the weekend, according to a Maryland Shock Trauma Center spokeswoman. Houk, 50, is well-known for jogging 5.5...
  • William B. 'Buck' Frisch, McCormick executive

    William B. 'Buck' Frisch, McCormick executive
    William B. "Buck" Frisch, a retired McCormick & Co. executive who played a pivotal role in bringing the tall ships to Baltimore during the nation's bicentennial in 1976, died March 30 of multiple melanoma at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 79....
  • Safety tips for running outside

    Safety tips for running outside
    As a Greater Baltimore Medical Center doctor recovers from injuries suffered after being hit by a car while out for a run, it is a good time to remind all runners about safety precautions they should take. Police said Dr. Theodore Houk of Lutherville was...
  • Hospitals concerned about state rate-setting proposal

    Hospitals concerned about state rate-setting proposal
    A state plan to tie medical spending to the growth of the economy is making hospital executives uneasy. Executives support the spirit of the plan proposed by the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which seeks to reduce health spending by...
  • Paul W. Wirtz, APG deputy director of facilities engineering

    Paul W. Wirtz, APG deputy director of facilities engineering
    Paul W. Wirtz, former deputy director of facilities engineering at Aberdeen Proving Ground and longtime comptroller and trustee of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, died Nov. 4 from multiple organ failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former...
  • 89 Md. facilities bought drugs from firm linked to meningitis outbreak

    89 Md. facilities bought drugs from firm linked to meningitis outbreak
    The federal Food and Drug Administration identified 89 medical facilities in Maryland that bought drugs from the Massachusetts manufacturer being investigated for a national fungal meningitis outbreak. The facilities are among more than 3,000 in numerous...
  • Medicine that kills

    Medicine that kills
    That a batch of tainted vials from a single company could put thousands of people across the country at risk for a deadly form of meningitis is a sign the system for regulating pharmacies that mix drug compounds and ship them nationwide needs to be...
  • Despite Hurricane Sandy, care goes on at area hospitals

    Despite Hurricane Sandy, care goes on at area hospitals
    Update: Hopkins said outpatient services at Johns Hopkins Hospital, including those at satellite offices, wiill be closed Tuesday.  Area hopsitals continued to care for the sick Monday, despite a storm roaring outside. Doctors were performing...