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Mercy Medical Center (Baltimore, Maryland)

Mercy Medical Center (Baltimore, Maryland)
Mercy Medical Center is a university affiliated Roman Catholic hospital, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. It is located in downtown Baltimore. In 2010 it opened the 20-story Mary Catherine Bunting Center. The second phase of its $41.5 million expansion project was completed in 2012 with the opening of the Family Childbirth and Children's Center.
Mercy Medical Center is a university affiliated Roman Catholic hospital, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. It is located in downtown Baltimore. In 2010 it opened the 20-story Mary Catherine Bunting Center. The second phase of its $41.5 million expansion project was completed in 2012 with the opening of the Family Childbirth and Children's Center. « Show less

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  • DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions

    DNA ruling jeopardizes Maryland rape convictions
    When she came home from working a shift at Subway and found Detective Caprice Smith's business card stuck in the front door with the words "Please call" scribbled on the back, the 10 life-changing minutes she had spent in the back seat of a Cherry Hill...
  • The Rev. Gerald V. Lardner, Sulpician priest

    The Rev. Gerald V. Lardner, Sulpician priest
    The Rev. Gerald "Gerry" Vincent Lardner, a Sulpician priest who taught preaching and later served as a missionary in Africa, died of cancer June 18 at Mercy Medical Center. He was 70 and lived in North Baltimore. Born in Baltimore and raised on...
  • Man who shot city police officer sentenced to 30 years

    Man who shot city police officer sentenced to 30 years
    A 31-year-old man with a violent criminal past has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for shooting a city police officer in Baltimore’s downtown, which sparked a running gun battle with tactical officers who pursued the gunman up North Calvert...
  • Summer jobs program encourages businesses to Hire One Youth

    Summer jobs program encourages businesses to Hire One Youth
    Amber Barner has had a summer job through the city's YouthWorks program seven times, every year since she was 14. But this time is different. This time her job will outlast the summer. That twist comes courtesy of Baltimore's fledgling effort to...
  • MD hospitals shopping locally for food

    MD hospitals shopping locally for food
    Maryland hospitals are buying more food locally, according to a new analysis. Forty hospitals in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia are now purchasing locally grown fruits and vegetables regularly during the growing season and nine...
  • St. Agnes Hospital recognized for work with EMT students

    St. Agnes Hospital was one of 11 medical institutions recognized by the Emergency Medical Technology program in the School of Health Professions at the Community College of Baltimore County. In addition to the Baltimore hospital at Wilkens and Caton...
  • Triple-digit temperatures nothing new for these professionals

    Triple-digit temperatures nothing new for these professionals
    Tim McFadden stepped outside his glass-blowing studio to cool off. At 3 p.m., the temperature along that particular stretch of Eastern Avenue was only 96 degrees. "It feels like it's about 70 out here," he says. And no, McFadden wasn't joking. Inside...
  • Dr. Edward Barczak, obstetrician-gynecologist, dies

    Dr. Edward Barczak, obstetrician-gynecologist, dies
    Dr. Edward Michael Barczak, a retired Baltimore obstetrician-gynecologist who delivered thousands of babies during his 40-year career, died Tuesday of cancer at his Timonium home. He was 85. The son of a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. worker and a...
  • Flu vaccinations pushed for Maryland hospitals

    Flu vaccinations pushed for Maryland hospitals
    Maryland hospitals have become more aggressive in recent years about vaccinating workers for the flu, but public health officials are pushing for even stricter programs to halt the spread of a virus that kills thousands each year. As manufacturers have...
  • Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies

    Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies
    Dorothy E. Brunson, who became the first African-American woman in the nation to own a radio station when she bought WEBB-AM in Baltimore, died Sunday of complications from ovarian cancer at Mercy Medical Center. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 72....
  • Video shows city police officer striking man during arrest

    Video shows city police officer striking man during arrest
    No one was going to believe his account, he thought. Ricky Thomas — who'd done prison time for dealing drugs and resisting arrest — said he was sucker-punched in the face by a Baltimore police officer and stomped. Now he was locked up and...