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Union Memorial Hospital

Union Memorial Hospital
Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore is a MedStar Health facility that specializes in cardiac care, orthopedics and sports medicine.
Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore is a MedStar Health facility that specializes in cardiac care, orthopedics and sports medicine. « Show less

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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters hires new CEO

    Big Brothers Big Sisters hires new CEO
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake Inc. announced Friday that Terry F. Hickey, the founder of a nonprofit group that runs law-related programs at local high schools, will become the youth mentoring organization's president and CEO.
  • Shoes collected for homeless patients

    Shoes collected for homeless patients
    Holley Cox isn't a shoe enthusiast but during her last semester at Stevenson University's School of Nursing this spring, she collected more than 10 dozen pairs of shoes to donate to homeless patients served in the emergency department at Johns Hopkins...

    Old stone cottage in Towson to become health clinic

    In a historic stone cottage in Towson, Dr. Alberto Yataco is taking an innovative approach to affordable health care. Yataco on July 1 will open Get Well Immediate Care, a walk-in health clinic, in the 1920s structure at York and Hillside roads,...

    Baltimore fighting against beetle that targets its ash trees

    With the arrival of an invasive green Asian beetle in Baltimore, local governments and property owners are confronting tough — and potentially costly — choices about whether to try to save ash trees at risk of infestation or cut them down....

    Common kidney tests found useful in predicting future heart disease

    Common kidney tests found useful in predicting future heart disease
    Simple tests used regularly to assess kidney function and damage also could help doctors predict who will suffer heart disease, the nation's leading cause of death, researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have found. The...