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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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  • Hungry BWI travelers can sample these plates at the gate

    Hungry BWI travelers can sample these plates at the gate
    If you want to try the Triple Delight roll at Gachi House of Sushi, the crab frittata at Obrycki's or the Latin specialties at Zona Cocina, you'll have to buy a plane ticket. These eateries, which only exist at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, are in post-...
  • In retirement, Ben Carson moving closer to 2016

    In retirement, Ben Carson moving closer to 2016
    Ben Carson had a modest plan in mind last year when he retired from Johns Hopkins Hospital after a celebrated, decades-long career in neurosurgery: He wanted to improve his golf game and learn to play the organ. But the 63-year-old has been too busy...
  • For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill

    For many area fencers, Richard F. Oles Charm City Classic offers chance to combine skill, thrill
    Dressed in all-white protective gear and wearing a mask, Chris Hoffmann lunged forward. When his blade made contact with his partner, a green light flashed and a shrill bell sounded inside Catonsville's Academies of Fencing in Baltimore practice gym....
  • Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, registered nurse

    Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, registered nurse
    Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, a retired registered nurse who had worked for three decades as a head nurse in methadone maintenance programs, died Nov. 21 at Stella Maris Hospice of kidney failure. She was 92. The daughter of Charles Thomas Frock, a...
  • Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese

    Richard J. Roszel III, a leader in Episcopal Diocese
    Richard J. Roszel III, a real estate broker and a leader in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, died of cancer Dec. 2 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 75. Born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill, he was the son of...
  • Beverly Mason, volunteer

    Beverly Mason, volunteer
    Beverly Mason, a founder of Greater Baltimore Medical Center and a longtime volunteer with Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, died Nov. 14 of respiratory failure at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. She was 93. The daughter of Benson...
  • Food trucks rally for Hopkins' United Way campaign

    Food trucks rally for Hopkins' United Way campaign
    For the third year, Baltimore's food trucks are rallying at Johns Hopkins sites for the weeklong kick-off of the university's United Way campaigns. It's the Food Truck Frenzy. On Tuesday, Kooper's Chowhound, GrrChe, The Jolly Pig, Kommie Pig and Darua...
  • We can beat Ebola

    We can beat Ebola
    Ebola will come to Baltimore, if it isn't here already ("Potential Ebola patient transferred to Baltimore hospital tests negative for virus," Oct. 28). Why? Because we're a center of trade and a world leader in health care. Of these things we should...
  • City expands surveillance system to include private cameras of residents, businesses

    City expands surveillance system to include private cameras of residents, businesses
    Baltimore is expanding its public surveillance network to include private security cameras that city officials hope will quadruple the number of digital eyes on neighborhoods and make residents and business owners feel more secure. City officials on...
  • Roderick M. Hills dies at 83; head of the SEC under President Ford

    Roderick M. Hills, who led the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission under President Ford and concluded that investment companies needed more freedom from regulation, has died. He was 83. He died Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore,...
  • Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics

    Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics
    Efforts to screen for possible cases of Ebola are moving from airports and hospitals to doctors' offices and urgent-care clinics. While the chance of a widespread outbreak in the United States is considered extremely unlikely, patients making...