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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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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Cockeysville author tackles astrophysics for kids with Neil deGrasse Tyson
    When he was 12 years old, Neil deGrasse Tyson got his first telescope. Tyson was already fascinated with the universe, exploring the night sky with binoculars from the roof of his apartment building. His love for the stars and planets grew as he studied...
  • Letters: Partners in Care; Schuh grants; Johns Hopkins Hospital

    Partners in Care It was a sad day for older adults throughout the county when we learned county grant funding will be decreased by 50 percent despite stellar outcomes Partners In Care has reported every year. Last year PIC received $44,000. Now the...
  • Letters: Maryland Hall funding; Global warming; Heart surgery

    Letters: Maryland Hall funding; Global warming; Heart surgery
    Global warming A letter was published stating that global warming was a hoax (The Capital, April 26). This just isn't true and here are facts that anyone can check for himself. Data collected by scientists around the world, including those at the...
  • After stroke treatment advances, hospitals changing approach

     After stroke treatment advances, hospitals changing approach
    Hospitals in Illinois and across the country are changing the way they treat strokes after a battery of recent clinical trials found that swift surgical intervention improves the odds that patients will function normally again. Instead of trying to...
  • Officials break ground on new office, lab space in east Baltimore

    Officials break ground on new office, lab space in east Baltimore
    The foundation for a new office and laboratory complex is taking shape in East Baltimore near Johns Hopkins Hospital — a project expected to bring jobs and create needed space for fledgling biotech companies. Although crews have already begun...
  • Mosby: New program gives nonviolent offenders a second chance

    Mosby: New program gives nonviolent offenders a second chance
    A group of first-time felony drug offenders will get the chance for a clean slate and job training under a new program that Baltimore's top prosecutor said will ease a cycle of incarceration and unemployment. The Aim to B'More program for people...
  • Former Maryland Lottery director Buddy Roogow dies

    Former Maryland Lottery director Buddy Roogow dies
    Buddy Roogow, the longtime Maryland Lottery director who left to run the D.C. Lottery in 2009, was pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Hospital on Saturday after suffering an aneurysm, the Washington agency announced. He was 65. Mr. Roogow's sudden illness...