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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is part of the Johns Hopkins Health System. It is one of the oldest, continuous health care institutions on the East Coast and houses Maryland's only regional burn center, among other specialties.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is part of the Johns Hopkins Health System. It is one of the oldest, continuous health care institutions on the East Coast and houses Maryland's only regional burn center, among other specialties. « Show less

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  • Essex man found suffering from gunshot wound in street

    Essex man found suffering from gunshot wound in street
    An Essex man, who faces criminal charges relating to a May homicide where the body was left inside a burning truck, was shot in the back of the head early Friday morning, according to Baltimore County police. Joseph Thorpe, 27, was found shortly after...
  • Hopkins to address premature births with grant money

    Johns Hopkins will use a $2 million federal grant to look for new ways to prevent premature births. The Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins University School was among 27 hospitals nationwide awarded a grant by the U.S....
  • Woman injured in Middle River fire

    Woman injured in Middle River fire
    A woman was found injured in a Middle River home that caught fire on Sunday shortly after noon, Baltimore County fire officials said. Firefighters who arrived at the home, in the 600 block of Kingston Road, found fire showing on the second floor and...
  • The gas tax compromise

    The gas tax compromise
    The gas tax plan unveiled this week by Gov. Martin O'Malley and the General Assembly's top leaders is a complicated proposal that wouldn't represent our first choice in how best to pay for Maryland's transportation needs. But, on balance, it's a better-...
  • Red Line's environmental plan gains federal approval

    Red Line's environmental plan gains federal approval
    The Federal Transit Administration has given its blessing to the environmental impact assessment for Baltimore's proposed Red Line, clearing the way for final design but adding new urgency to finding the means to pay for the $2.5 billion light rail...
  • Three firefighters injured in West Baltimore fire

    Three firefighters injured in West Baltimore fire
    Three firefighters were injured in a fire at a row house in West Baltimore on Wednesday morning, according to the Baltimore Fire Department. The firefighters were each burned in the one-alarm blaze in the 2100 block of W. North Avenue, said Chief Kevin...
  • Harford County firefighter suffers burns in Edgewood blaze

    Harford County firefighter suffers burns in Edgewood blaze
    One Harford County firefighter suffered burns and another became ill while combating a house fire Saturday night in the 1700 block of Harbinger Trail, Edgewood. The incident was reported at about 8 p.m. at a two-story, single family home, according to...
  • New University of Maryland Shock Trauma tower opens

    New University of Maryland Shock Trauma tower opens
    When severely injured patients at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center needed rides between floors, there was only one way to fit all the life-saving staff and equipment in the cramped elevators. "I used to crawl in bed with the patient," said...
  • Pedestrian fatally struck by car in Dundalk

    Pedestrian fatally struck by car in Dundalk
    A woman badly injured after being struck by a car in Dundalk on Monday night has died from her injuries, Baltimore County police said on Tuesday. Police said that Shattina Santos, 31, of Reisterstown was crossing Eastern Avenue against a red signal...
  • Proposed screening guidelines could prevent deaths, doctors say

    Proposed screening guidelines could prevent deaths, doctors say
    An influential U.S. health care panel's recommendation for lung cancer screening of high-risk patients could fortify some hospitals' efforts to prevent deaths from the disease, which kills more each year than the next four deadliest cancers combined....
  • Bringing addicts in from the streets

    Bringing addicts in from the streets
    It is mid-morning on a recent Friday in West Baltimore, and there is a long line snaking down the street and around the corner. Why? Vendors are dispensing free heroin samples. In other areas of the city, buyers are risking arrest and drug contamination...