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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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  • Joan C. Thielemann

    Joan C. Thielemann
    Joan C. Thielemann, a Patapsco Middle School English teacher who left an indelible impression on her students, died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of constrictive pericarditis. She was 82. "She was terrific teacher for me, and I enjoyed being in...
  • 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...
  • Letters: Congenital hernias; Smith's stormwater vote

    Letters: Congenital hernias; Smith's stormwater vote
    Congenital hernias Families of children with congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and adults with congenital diaphragmatic hernias joined forces to have the week starting March 31 proclaimed in all 50 states as Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Awareness...
  • Freddie Gray gives us an opportunity to correct past mistakes

    Freddie Gray gives us an opportunity to correct past mistakes
    My father, through the Enterprise Foundation, started investing in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhoods 25 years ago with the hope of proving that it was cheaper for society to fix the problems in a poor inner-city neighborhood, than it was to ignore...
  • Ben Carson: Fix economy to address poverty

    Ben Carson: Fix economy to address poverty
    Dr. Ben Carson, the retired Hopkins neurosurgeon who announced his presidential campaign this week, returned to Baltimore on Thursday to tell community leaders here that the way to relieve tensions with police and help impoverished neighborhoods is to fix...
  • Ben Carson to visit East Baltimore

    Ben Carson to visit East Baltimore
    Dr. Ben Carson, the former Hopkins neurosurgeon who announced his candidacy for president this week, will visit with Baltimore faith and community leaders on Thursday. Carson, a longtime Baltimore County resident who led the Johns Hopkins Hospital...
  • Johns Hopkins Bladder Cancer Institute holds forum

    When Richard Clendaniel, of Westminster, was first diagnosed with bladder cancer in August 2011, it came as something of a surprise: Compared with prostate cancer or skin cancer, bladder cancer wasn't something that was really on his radar. Thankfully,...
  • Morton J. 'Morty' Macks

    Morton J. 'Morty' Macks
    Morton J. "Morty" Macks, an influential and innovative developer who founded Chesapeake Realty Partners, which grew into the Baltimore metropolitan area's largest family-owned homebuilder, died April 30 at his Delray Beach, Fla., home of complications...
  • Ben Carson enters growing field for GOP nomination

    Ben Carson enters growing field for GOP nomination
    Dr. Ben Carson, the celebrated pediatric neurosurgeon who spent his career at Johns Hopkins Hospital before becoming a darling of conservative voters, said Sunday he will seek the Republican nomination for president next year. Carson, a former Baltimore...