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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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  • 17 sue Columbia firm over hepatitis C exposure

    17 sue Columbia firm over hepatitis C exposure
    A class-action lawsuit has been filed against a Columbia-based medical staffing agency claiming it acted negligently in 2008 by hiring and placing a medical technician who allegedly went on to expose the plaintiffs to hepatitis C. The lawsuit also says...
  • UMMS plans ambulatory care center at Maryland General Hospital site

    UMMS plans ambulatory care center at Maryland General Hospital site
    The University of Maryland Medical System is planning to build a $50 million ambulatory care center, for outpatient services, on the campus of Maryland General Hospital. Initial plans for the seven-story structure were revealed at the city's...
  • Dr. Theodore Kardash, obstetrician-gynecologist

    Dr. Theodore Kardash, obstetrician-gynecologist
    Dr. Theodore Kardash, an obstetrician-gynecologist who had been head of gynecologic services at Maryland General Hospital and whose accomplishments as a physician were the pride of his Russian immigrant parents, died April 9 at the Charlotte Hall Veterans...
  • 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...
  • Firemen rescue boys caught in the muck while hunting frogs in 1963

    An article in the April 4, 1963, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on actions by area firefighters in rescuing three boys from a sticky situation. While hunting for frogs along the clay banks in a swampy area in the 1600 block...
  • State report outlines Kwiatkowski's time in Maryland

    State report outlines Kwiatkowski's time in Maryland
    Supervisors at a Maryland hospital weren't surprised when drugs were missing from a treatment room where contract radiology technician David Kwiatkowski was assigned. A manager had spotted him going through needle-disposal containers and he was among...
  • Maryland confirms first hepatitis C case linked to arrested med tech

    Maryland confirms first hepatitis C case linked to arrested med tech
    Health officials in Maryland confirmed Monday the state's first hepatitis C case directly linked to traveling medical technician David Kwiatkowski, whose arrest by federal law enforcement officials in July in connection with a hepatitis C outbreak in...
  • Patient sues over hepatitis C exposure

    Patient sues over hepatitis C exposure
    A patient believed to have contracted hepatitis C from a rogue medical worker has sued Columbia-based Maxim Staffing Solutions Inc. for failing to report the traveling technician to legal authorities even though the company knew he had stolen narcotics...
  • Paul E. Smith, basketball coach

    Paul E. Smith, basketball coach
    Paul E. Smith, former head basketball coach at Dunbar High School and McDonogh School who later coached in Baltimore County public schools, died Monday of kidney failure at Maryland General Hospital. The Randallstown resident was 71. "Paul coached for...
  • Attorney: Baltimore man contracted hepatitis C from med tech in 2008

    Attorney: Baltimore man contracted hepatitis C from med tech in 2008
    A 65-year-old Baltimore man was infected with hepatitis C by a traveling medical technician at the Baltimore VA Medical Center in 2008, he and his attorney said — making him the first Marylander to come forward in a sweeping investigation into the...
  • Technician charged with infecting N.H. patients with hepatitis C worked in Md.

    Technician charged with infecting N.H. patients with hepatitis C worked in Md.
    Four Maryland hospitals will be contacting patients who might have come in contact with a health care worker infected with hepatitis C when he worked in the state between 2008 and 2010, according to the state health department. David Matthew Kwiatkowski,...