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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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  • State, city program gives security guards police powers

    State, city program gives security guards police powers
    The two men wore body armor with "POLICE" written across the chest and spilled out of their unmarked car, weapons drawn, ordering Christopher Dukes and his passenger out of their vehicle at a South Baltimore gas station parking lot. When Dukes pulled off,...
  • State, city officials: more oversight needed of special police

    State, city officials: more oversight needed of special police
    City and state legislators say they will push for greater regulation of longstanding but little-known laws that allow security guards to be granted law enforcement powers to arrest and search citizens. "If special police make sense, if they're necessary,...
  • Wearing the badge

    To become a barber in Maryland, you need to have completed 1,200 hours of classroom instruction or 2,250 hours as an apprentice. The state requires licensed foresters to have a four-year college degree in forestry, two years of experience and five...
  • 89 MD facilities bought drugs from company involved in meningitis outbreak

    89 MD facilities bought drugs from company involved in meningitis outbreak
    The Food and Drug Administration released a new list of more than 3,000 hospitals that bought drugs from the company at the center of a nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak, including 89 facilities in Maryland. The drugs bought by Maryland facilities...
  • Getting used to cooking with them bones

    Getting used to cooking with them bones
    Halloween night, most caldrons will be filled with candy. But the ones on the stove might be filled with bones (cue creepy music). The holiday aside, in this era of nose-to-tail dining, adding "bones" to the shopping list doesn't seem unusual — nor...
  • City firefighter sustains knee injury in early morning blaze

    City firefighter sustains knee injury in early morning blaze
    A firefighter sustained a minor knee injury in a two-alarm blaze at a home in Southeast Baltimore early Thursday morning, according to the Baltimore Fire Department. Firefighters responded to the 3700 block of East Pratt Street — near the border of...
  • Suspect in fatal City Hall crash released without charges

    Suspect in fatal City Hall crash released without charges
    A car hurtled off the highway, fatally struck a pedestrian and overturned in front of City Hall and scores of downtown witnesses. A day later, police said the driver had walked free without charges. Despite anger and outrage from those who knew Matt...
  • Man charged with manslaughter in fatal City Hall crash

    Man charged with manslaughter in fatal City Hall crash
    Maryland State Police arrested Monday the Baltimore man they say struck and killed a pedestrian last week in front of City Hall and charged him with vehicular homicide, manslaughter and a slew of drug offenses. Police say Johnny Johnson, 43, had drugs in...
  • Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, family physician

    Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, family physician
    Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, a former social worker who became a physician later in life, died March 8 of multiple myeloma at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 63. The son of German immigrant parents — his father was a traveling salesman and his mother a...
  • Hospitals concerned about state rate-setting proposal

    Hospitals concerned about state rate-setting proposal
    A state plan to tie medical spending to the growth of the economy is making hospital executives uneasy. Executives support the spirit of the plan proposed by the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which seeks to reduce health spending by...
  • Sandy wreaked havoc on people's sinuses too

    Sandy wreaked havoc on people's sinuses too
    If it seemed like super storm Sandy triggered sinus problem, you're not crazy. It's likely people with sinus issues experienced worse symptoms as the storm made its way toward Baltimore, said Dr. Marc I. Leavey, an internist at Mercy Medical Center and...