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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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  • Worker injured after chemicals get in eye

    Worker injured after chemicals get in eye
    A worker at Wm. T. Burnett & Co. in Jessup was transported to a Baltimore eye center Tuesday with serious but non-life threatening injuries after chemicals from a broken pipe got in his eye, according to fire officials. Firefighters and a hazardous...
  • Wedded: Allison Kapner and Ryan Weir

    Wedded: Allison Kapner and Ryan Weir
    Date: Dec. 31 Her story: Allison Kapner, 32, was born and raised in New Fairfield, Conn. She works at Northrop Grumman as an organization effectiveness manager. Allison earned a bachelor's degree from Ithaca College and an MBA from the Johns Hopkins...
  • Hospitals are doing C-sections that allow families to bond immediately

    Hospitals are doing C-sections that allow families to bond immediately
    Minutes after taking her first breath outside the womb, Kathryn "Katie" Marie Wilusz cuddled on her mom's bare chest, gazing in the direction of her voice. Dad sat close by, dressed in scrubs, as she wrapped a tiny hand around his index finger. The...
  • Group offers support for children of parents with MS

    Group offers support for children of parents with MS
    The children slipped on gloves before attempting to awkwardly button up oversized shirts with long sleeves — an exercise designed to simulate what it's like to get dressed when you have multiple sclerosis, a disease that attacks and disables the...
  • Funding apprenticeship programs is good for the state

    Funding apprenticeship programs is good for the state
    Many of our communities in Baltimore City and the state of Maryland were established because of good old fashioned blue collar jobs — solid, well-paying jobs in manufacturing, construction and the trades. But by the 21st Century, high school...
  • Baltimore extends Charm City Circulator contract for $12.4M

    Baltimore extends Charm City Circulator contract for $12.4M
    City officials on Wednesday extended the contract of Veolia Transportation to operate the popular Charm City Circulator for 18 more months. The $12.4 million deal keeps Veolia as the bus service's contractor until July 2016. The new deal includes a 1....
  • Passport guides visitors through city's African-American history

    Passport guides visitors through city's African-American history
    A free publication arrived this week to help people interested in Baltimore's African-American history understand their city and its neighborhoods. "A Lasting Legacy: Baltimore's African-American History Passport" is a handy resource. These cold days...
  • 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 helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care

    Hopkins helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care
    A patient makes her way into a hospital emergency department looking feverish and says she feels sick. Asked whether she has traveled overseas in the past few weeks, she says she went to a funeral in Sierra Leone, a country hard hit by the Ebola...
  • Police say no force used during in-custody death

    Police say no force used during in-custody death
    Baltimore police said Monday that they did not use any force when they detained an attempted murder suspect who died in their custody over the weekend. The man died more than an hour after a Saturday foot chase, and police say all signs point to a pre-...
  • 'Vaccines are safe, effective and life-saving'

    'Vaccines are safe, effective and life-saving'
    In the 1930s, outbreaks swept through every corner of Baltimore. Tens of thousands of children grew sick with fever and a tale-tell rash. Many recovered without incident, but hundreds were killed, and many more were permanently injured with brain damage...