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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • Albert Chi responded to a mother's challenge

    Albert Chi responded to a mother's challenge
       My column in today’s paper is about a fifth-grade class at Western Salisbury Elementary School that is traveling today to Johns Hopkins Hospital to meet with the doctor who granted their amazing request.    It's one of those stories that's so...
  • Salisbury students got their teacher a new hand

    This is a story about fifth-grade students who made their teachers cry. In a good way. First, the news. A group of Western Salisbury Elementary School students, teachers, administrators, chaperones and even educational documentary filmmakers will...
  • Johns Hopkins Trip

    Johns Hopkins Trip
        I wrote Thursday about a class of Western Salisbury Elementary School fifth-graders who asked a Johns Hopkins Hospital trauma surgeon and pioneer in the development of inexpensive prosthetics to build a hand for one of their teachers. Dr. Albert Chi...
  • Anthony's image rebounds with community outreach

    Carmelo Anthony comes back to Baltimore this summer with a purpose, ready and eager to put it into action. "I'm really trying to be the man in this city," he said. Anthony is much more so now, as he returns to his hometown for a major kickoff event for...
  • City tax sale list is a hall of shame

    Fur coats, trips and other treats for the mayor? At least $15,348. Political poll for City Council member? $12,500. City property taxes? Priceless. Or, rather: Unpaid. The free-spending Ronald Lipscomb, the developer whose gifts to Mayor Sheila...
  • Tracking Legionnaires' disease

    Tracking Legionnaires' disease
    The primary source of Legionnaires' disease that killed three people staying at a downtown Chicago hotel this summer is believed to have been fairly innocuous: the decorative fountain in the lobby. That fountain was permanently removed from the JW...
  • After flicker of doubt, Ravens and Baltimore shine bright as ever

    After flicker of doubt, Ravens and Baltimore shine bright as ever
    Chalk it up to the "Ray Lewis Effect" if you want. Call it destiny or some other overused term for that which defies logical explanation. The only thing that matters now is that you can call the Ravens the undisputed champions of the football world. The...
  • Exercise helps speed recovery for ICU patients

     
    The wasting away of muscle tissue can be a serious problem for people who are hospitalized and confined to bed due to a critical illness. That lack of mobility and strength can ultimately affect recovery. But by putting patients through......
  • The Emmys: Hoping for a big Baltimore night

     
    I am going to be writing a rolling post of tonight's Emmy telecast with a focus on Baltimore winners (I hope). So keep refreshing and/or checking back once the action starts at 8.I liked the Glee-like opening -- terrific energy. Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon,...
  • Baltimore a major presence at Emmy Awards

     
    As the television industry comes together Sunday night in Hollywood to honor the best work of last year, there will be few creative communities better represented than Baltimore.The nominees include two generations of Baltimore-born-and-bred directors...
  • Watch out for germs on modern faucets

     
    Well, it sure seemed like a great thing when hands free faucets were invented for public restrooms. With no surfaces for anyone to touch, the restrooms would be less messy and people would spread fewer germs. Except that doesn't seem to be the way it's...