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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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  • Angelina Jolie's message was 'choose what's right for you,' and experts agree

    Angelina Jolie's message was 'choose what's right for you,' and experts agree
    Plaudits and praise again poured in for actress Angelina Jolie on Tuesday after she revealed for the second time in the New York Times that she had undergone elective surgery to reduce her cancer risk. Jolie wrote in an essay that she had surgery to...
  • Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied

    Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied
    Date: Dec. 13 Her story: Amanda Lane, 30, grew up in Altavista, Va. She works as an administrative coordinator for patient access at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her mother and stepfather, Judy and Mike Tolle, live in Crownsville. Her father, Fred Lane,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Hopkins builds unit designed for Ebola patients

    Hopkins builds unit designed for Ebola patients
    Amid panic last fall over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States, Johns Hopkins Hospital began work on a unit designed to safely care for patients with the disease and other dangerous infections, a hospital official said. With the facility now...
  • Mary Saunders, homemaker

    Mary Saunders, homemaker
    Mary Ann Saunders, a homemaker who lived in West Baltimore for nearly 50 years, died March 28 of kidney failure at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Family members estimated her age at between 89 and 91. Born Mary Ann Rivies in Enfield, N.C., she was the...
  • Cancer documentary featuring Hopkins takes risks, reaps rewards

    Cancer documentary featuring Hopkins takes risks, reaps rewards
    "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" is one of the biggest, boldest, bravest and, ultimately, most inspiring documentaries I have ever seen. Set in large part at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital, the PBS film from producer Ken Burns and director...
  • Ben Carson apologizes for comments about homosexuality being a choice

    Ben Carson apologizes for comments about homosexuality being a choice
    Update: Ben Carson issued an apology on Facebook on Wednesday evening for his comments on CNN about homosexuality: "In a recent interview on CNN, I realized that my choice of language does not reflect fully my heart on gay issues. I do not pretend to...
  • Hopkins Medicine will collaborate with Chinese firm to offer diagnostic lab services across China

    Hopkins Medicine will collaborate with Chinese firm to offer diagnostic lab services across China
    Johns Hopkins Medicine has agreed to collaborate with Chinese company DIAN Diagnostics to spread its pathology lab services across that country. Paul Rothman, CEO of Hopkins Medicine, and Haibin Chen, DIAN's CEO, signed a memorandum of understanding...
  • Dr. Frank T. Barranco Sr., orthopedic surgeon

    Dr. Frank T. Barranco Sr., orthopedic surgeon
    Dr. Frank T. Barranco Sr., an orthopedic surgeon who also had been active in the field of emergency medicine, died Saturday at Oak Crest Village of acute myeloid leukemia. He was 84. "Dr. B was just a great individual," said Baltimore County Fire...
  • Glen Burnie West: Family of Ferndale woman battling cancer reaches out for help

    Glen Burnie West: Family of Ferndale woman battling cancer reaches out for help
    Tanya Locklear had a really bad headache. The Ferndale resident suffered from chiari malformation for years, a rare neurological disorder of the brain that can cause sudden, severe headaches from just sneezing or coughing. So when Locklear went to the...