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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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  • Howard County Briefs

    Classical music The Columbia Orchestra's 36th season kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, with the Gallery Winds performing "Autumn Breezes" at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center, 7246 Cradlerock Way in Columbia. Tickets are $10, free for children...
  • Howard County datebook Datebook

    Monday, Oct. 14 'Fine Arts College Night' Howard County Public Schools' Fine Arts Advisory Council sponsors this event for parents and students, especially those in eighth to 12th grade, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Howard High School, 8700 Old...
  • Lyndon A. Wilkinson, warehouse worker

    Lyndon A. Wilkinson, warehouse worker
    Lyndon Anthony Wilkinson, a warehouse worker and avid football fan, died of complications from sarcoidosis Oct. 17 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Joppatowne resident was 30. Born in Wichita, Kan., he was the son of Ezra Wilkinson, an...
  • Two injured in rowhouse fire in Pigtown

    Two injured in rowhouse fire in Pigtown
    Two people suffered minor burns in a rowhouse fire in Pigtown early Thursday morning, according to the Baltimore Fire Department. Firefighters were dispatched to the 1300 block of W. Cross Street, in the city's Washington Village-Pigtown neighborhood,...
  • Hospitals prepped for mass casualties after train blast

    Hospitals prepped for mass casualties after train blast
    Bob Marshall was on the phone in his office at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in East Baltimore when he heard the boom, felt the building shake and saw the plume of smoke on the horizon. "This is what we've trained for," he thought. As news poured...
  • Edgewood man, 28, shot several times; police seek shooter

    A 28-year-old Edgewood man was shot several times Wednesday night, but police said his injuries were not life-threatening. Around 11 p.m., Harford County sheriff's deputies received several calls about shots being fired in the 1800 block of Grempler...
  • Harford sheriff's deputy injured in Aberdeen crash Monday

    A Harford County sheriff's deputy was injured when his patrol car crashed into a tractor trailer in Aberdeen on Monday morning, the Sheriff's Office said. At approximately 5:15 a.m., Deputy First Class Chris Allen, a 13-year member of the Sheriff's...
  • Nine injured in three-car crash in Darlington Tuesday morning

    Nine people were sent to area hospitals, one in serious condition, Tuesday morning following a three-car crash on Route 161 south of Darlington, Maryland State Police said. The accident was reported at 9:18 a.m. on Darlington Road (Route 161) north of...
  • Man injured in Seagram's plant fire identified

    Man injured in Seagram's plant fire identified
    A man left critically injured in a fire at the former Seagram's plant in Dundalk was identified Wednesday by Baltimore County officials. Sebastian M. Morawski, 40, of an unknown address, jumped three stories Saturday to escape the blaze and suffered...
  • Proposed screening guidelines could prevent lung cancer deaths, doctors say

    Proposed screening guidelines could prevent lung cancer deaths, doctors say
    An influential U.S. health care panel's recommendation for lung cancer screening of high-risk patients could fortify Baltimore-area hospitals' efforts to prevent deaths from the disease, which kills more each year than the next four deadliest cancers...
  • Hospitals agree to state's breast-feeding standards

    Hospitals agree to state's breast-feeding standards
    Maryland's 32 birthing hospitals have all agreed to adopt new state breast-feeding policies and become certified as "baby-friendly." The state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene embarked on a campaign nine months ago to get hospitals more...