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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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  • Tests show Hopkins patient does not have Ebola

    Tests show Hopkins patient does not have Ebola
    The Baltimore City Health Department said Monday that a traveler who returned from West Africa recently with a fever does not have Ebola. The person was expected to be discharged Monday after briefly being admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital and...
  • Patient with fever, recently returned from W. Africa, admitted to Hopkins

    Patient with fever, recently returned from W. Africa, admitted to Hopkins
    A person who had recently returned from West Africa was admitted Sunday to Johns Hopkins Hospital, complaining of a fever, city health officials said. Officials said it did not appear the person had an Ebola infection, based on an initial evaluation....
  • New Windsor teen battling cancer soars on blimp ride over Westminster

    New Windsor teen battling cancer soars on blimp ride over Westminster
    Lauren Logue, a 13-year-old who was diagnosed with leukemia about a year ago, peered out the window with calm fascination, watching as the blimp she was seated in began to lift from the ground. As the helium-filled airship drifted further from the...
  • Baltimore corporations: Follow Hopkins' lead

    Baltimore corporations: Follow Hopkins' lead
    We, who have suffered the most from the sting of racism, cannot continue to stereotype all of Baltimore's corporate leaders. Over the past 38 years, Baltimoreans United In Leadership Development or BUILD has had numerous strong disagreements with...
  • EBDI hotel planned as Marriott Residence Inn

    EBDI hotel planned as Marriott Residence Inn
    Designers on Thursday presented new plans for a 15-story hotel near Johns Hopkins Hospital, after a nearly two-year lapse during which a new development team came on board and Marriott was selected to bear the flag. Scott Levitan, director of...
  • Youth jail protest jams Baltimore traffic, sparks debate

    Youth jail protest jams Baltimore traffic, sparks debate
    About 40 demonstrators led by the Rev. Jamal H. Bryant blocked traffic for more than an hour on Interstate 395 in Baltimore Tuesday morning — the first of what Bryant said would be "10 biblical plagues" unless state officials scrap plans for a $30...
  • The Wandering Eye: NYPD offers counseling to BPD, a map of Baltimore vacants, and the Brass Elephant prepares to return as 'The Elephant'

    The Wandering Eye: NYPD offers counseling to BPD, a map of Baltimore vacants, and the Brass Elephant prepares to return as 'The Elephant'
    There have been several reports about how the BPD could use a pick-me-up after citizens took the streets to tell them, hey, stop killing us unlawfully. Well, the world-famous NYPD lent a hand recently, the New York Post reports. Ten officers from that...
  • Today's front page & trending items

    Today's front page & trending items
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER It’s going to be hot and humid today under partially sunny skies. Temperatures will hit nearly 90, with an overnight low of 67. There is a 70 percent chance of...
  • Orioles' Reimold sues Johns Hopkins over medical care

    Orioles' Reimold sues Johns Hopkins over medical care
    Baltimore Orioles minor-league outfielder Nolan Reimold filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging negligent medical care at Johns Hopkins Hospital, claiming he was cleared to resume play too quickly after spinal surgery, causing additional damage. Reimold, 31,...
  • Dogs attack fifth-grader at Glen Burnie school

    Dogs attack fifth-grader at Glen Burnie school
    Anne Arundel County Animal Control has euthanized two dogs that attacked a 10-year-old boy Monday afternoon at a Glen Burnie elementary school. The boy was attacked in an open area near a portable classroom at Woodside Elementary School, at 160 Funke...
  • On second try, financing deal for Poppleton goes to City Council

    On second try, financing deal for Poppleton goes to City Council
    The Baltimore Board of Finance approved $58.3 million in public financing Monday for a long-stalled development in Poppleton, pushing forward a plan to use a tool associated with high-profile Inner Harbor projects to spur largely residential development...