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Maryland General Hospital

Maryland General Hospital
Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore is part of the University of Maryland Medical System.
Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore is part of the University of Maryland Medical System. « Show less

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  • City to pay $55K to man who suffered broken jaw during arrest

    City to pay $55K to man who suffered broken jaw during arrest
    Baltimore's spending panel is set to approve Wednesday a $55,000 settlement with a 25-year-old man who suffered a broken jaw during an altercation with police in 2013. The payment would settle Jon Black-Thaxton's lawsuit filed in March that alleged...
  • John G. Schisler, longtime C&P spokesman

    John G. Schisler, longtime C&P spokesman
    John G. Schisler, the longtime spokesman and director of public relations for the old Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., died Sept. 12 at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. He was 85. "Through and...
  • Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, surgeon

    Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, surgeon
    Dr. Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, a retired surgeon who worked with the elderly residents of Baltimore's public high-rise apartments, died of complications of Alzheimer's disease May 6 at Quail Run Assisted Living in Perry Hall. He was 75 and had lived in...
  • Dr. Mark E. Bohlman, radiologist

    Dr. Mark E. Bohlman, radiologist
    Dr. Mark E. Bohlman, chairman of the department of radiology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, died July 11 of cancer at the Mandrin Inpatient Care Center in Harwood in Anne Arundel County. He was 64. The son of Earl Bohlman, who was supervisor of...
  • Accreditation can't replace inspections [Letter]

    In response to The Baltimore Sun's front page article regarding state inspections of health care facilities ("Watch dog cutting back," July 20), I agree with Nancy Pineles from the Maryland Disability Law Center that accreditation should not replace...
  • Dr. Charles E. Shaw Jr. 94, operated private practice for more than 40 years

    Dr. Charles E. Shaw Jr. 94, operated private practice for more than 40 years
    Dr. Charles E. Shaw Jr. was an internal medicine doctor when doctor rating websites seemed unnecessary and bedside manner was a prerequisite. He was there for the early years of the use of penicillin and held affiliations with several Baltimore-area...
  • Baltimore detectives investigating fatal shooting in Oliver

    Baltimore detectives investigating fatal shooting in Oliver
    City detectives are investigating two overnight shootings that left one man dead in Oliver and another man wounded in Upton, the Baltimore Police Department said. About 11:46 p.m. Thursday, officers were dispatched to the intersection of Pennsylvania...
  • University of Maryland Medical Center to begin layoffs this month

    University of Maryland Medical Center to begin layoffs this month
    The University of Maryland Medical Center will send layoff notices to employees at the end of the month as it looks to cut costs in the wake of federal budget cuts and what it and other state hospitals have called inadequate rate increases. Jeffrey...
  • Maryland General settles with U.S. for $750,000

    Maryland General settles with U.S. for $750,000
    Maryland General Hospital has entered into a $750,000 agreement with the federal government to settle claims that it overbilled Medicare and Medicaid for cardiac scans that measure the amount of blood in the heart. The Baltimore hospital, which is part...
  • Hospital worker pleads guilty in hepatitis case

    Hospital worker pleads guilty in hepatitis case
    A former hospital technician in Maryland, New Hampshire and other states who caused patients as old as 80 to become infected with hepatitis pleaded guilty to leaving dirty syringes for hospitals to use after injecting himself with stolen painkillers. The...
  • 60 people lose jobs at Hopkins Bayview

    60 people lose jobs at Hopkins Bayview
    Sixty workers at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center lost their jobs last week after the hospital closed its skilled nursing facility division where patients go for rehabilitation after a hospital stay. The hospital said its skilled nursing unit has...