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University of Maryland Medical Center

University of Maryland Medical Center
Located in downtown Baltimore, University of Maryland Medical Center is one of the nation's oldest teaching hospitals. It includes the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital and the University of Maryland Division of Transplantation.
Located in downtown Baltimore, University of Maryland Medical Center is one of the nation's oldest teaching hospitals. It includes the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital and the University of Maryland Division of Transplantation. « Show less

Top University of Maryland Medical Center Articles

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  • Katharine LeVeque, anti-war group member, social services worker

    Katharine LeVeque, anti-war group member, social services worker
    Katharine LeVeque, a Baltimore resident for more than 50 years and an anti-war activist, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 1. She was 82. Noted for community and outreach work, Ms. LeVeque was born Katharine Tunstall Williams on May 17, 1932, in...
  • Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics

    Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics
    Efforts to screen for possible cases of Ebola are moving from airports and hospitals to doctors' offices and urgent-care clinics. While the chance of a widespread outbreak in the United States is considered extremely unlikely, patients making...
  • Five questions with Bill Niland, Harpoon Medical CEO

    Five questions with Bill Niland, Harpoon Medical CEO
    Within a year and a half of launching as a startup, Harpoon Medical's heart surgery device could be used on humans for the first time in a matter of weeks. The Kent Island-based company expects doctors in Poland to employ it by the end of the year or...
  • Nip the flu bug in the bud by managing stress

    Nip the flu bug in the bud by managing stress
    As the days get shorter, our thoughts turn to last year's flu and bronchitis season. The 2013-14 influenza season was particularly tough on the 25-to-64 age group, and experts say we should be prepared for a repeat performance. Is there a way to not...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Flu shots, nasal spray Free seasonal flu shots and nasal spray are available by appointment at the health department's Glen Burnie Health Center, 416 A Street, S.W. Glen Burnie 410-222-6633 and Parole Health Center, 1950 Drew Street, Annapolis, 410-222-...
  • Holiday eating: Small changes equal big differences

    Holiday eating: Small changes equal big differences
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Amy Mentrikoski, pediatric cardiology dietitian with the University of Maryland Medical Center's children's heart program. Dr....
  • Md. to stop providing updates on Ebola investigations, unless cases confirmed

    Md. to stop providing updates on Ebola investigations, unless cases confirmed
    State health officials are monitoring about 100 people who have traveled from Ebola-stricken countries but won't disclose any more information about their condition unless someone tests positive for the deadly virus. Under a state health department...
  • Elderly woman pulled from burning Hanover home

    Elderly woman pulled from burning Hanover home
    Anne Arundel County firefighters pulled an elderly woman from a Hanover home that caught fire Saturday. The woman, who is in her 70s, was taken to Baltimore Washington Medical Center with life-threatening injuries after she was rescued from a home in...
  • Md. board backs continual monitoring of charges against doctors

    Md. board backs continual monitoring of charges against doctors
    Maryland doctors would be fingerprinted and continually monitored for criminal charges under draft legislation the state Board of Physicians plans to propose next year. The policy would require them to apply for a background check when first seeking a...
  • Mikulski stood up for Md. health care

    Mikulski stood up for Md. health care
    The spending bill recently approved by Congress and signed by President Barack Obama includes provisions important to Marylanders ("For better or worse, spending bill passes," Dec. 15). Thanks to the hard work of Sen. Barbara Mikulski, chair of the Senate...
  • Catina Cureton, animal care worker

    Catina Cureton, animal care worker
    Catina "Cat" Amiri Cureton, an animal enforcement officer, died of a heart attack Sunday at University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus. The Dickeyville resident was 41. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Keith Cureton, Baltimore City...