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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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  • Defendant dies after suffering medical problems in court

    Defendant dies after suffering medical problems in court
    A 29-year-old man in custody on a charge of attempted robbery died in a nearby hospital after suffering a medical problem in a Baltimore courtroom Wednesday, the state corrections department confirmed. Medics took Ronnie A. Adams Jr. to Mercy Medical...
  • Tough job market for young adults

    Tough job market for young adults
    Simone Knighten is hunting for a job. Hunting and hunting. The 20-year-old Baltimore resident thinks it's harder now than when she landed work at restaurants in the past two years. She's spending days at one of the city's Youth Opportunity centers,...
  • Officials urge consumers to cut back on sugar

    Officials urge consumers to cut back on sugar
    When Samantha Kuczynski contemplated the biggest dietary problem in her lunch recently, she didn't point to the chicken wrap sandwich or the french fries. It was the dollop of ketchup that caught the eye of the 24-year-old Center Stage props artisan,...
  • Region's (likely) first baby of 2014: It's a girl

    Region's (likely) first baby of 2014: It's a girl
    The Baltimore region's likely first baby of the year is a girl born seven minutes after midnight Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson. The hospital said Brooklyn Jane Branton, daughter of Hanover residents David and Dolly Branton,...
  • Federal government approves new Medicare waiver for Maryland

    Federal government approves new Medicare waiver for Maryland
    The federal government is expected to announce its approval Friday of a plan that would allow Maryland to continue setting hospital reimbursement rates for Medicare patients and could become a national model for reducing health care costs. The decision,...
  • Maryland health waiver could serve as national model, officials say

    Maryland health waiver could serve as national model, officials say
    A top official with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Friday that a state plan to reduce hospital visits could serve as a national model for curbing costs while improving patient outcomes. Deputy Administrator and Director Jonathan Blum...
  • New University of Maryland Shock Trauma tower opens

    New University of Maryland Shock Trauma tower opens
    When severely injured patients at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center needed rides between floors, there was only one way to fit all the life-saving staff and equipment in the cramped elevators. "I used to crawl in bed with the patient," said...
  • FDA moving to ban trans fat from processed foods

    FDA moving to ban trans fat from processed foods
    After buying Fractured Prune Doughnuts in January, Dan Brinton switched to an oil without trans fats to fry the chain's hand-dipped glazed doughnuts. "It's a little more expensive, but it's certainly worth it as far as I'm concerned," said Brinton,...
  • City holds vigil to remember infants who have died

    City holds vigil to remember infants who have died
      City officials held a candlelight vigil Monday evening to remember infants who have died. They called it an "angelversary," and its the third year they gathered for the event. Baltimore City Commissioner of Health Dr. Oxiris Barbot, Family...
  • Dr. Howard F. Raskin, gastroenterologist

    Dr. Howard F. Raskin, gastroenterologist
    Dr. Howard F. Raskin, former chief of the gastroenterology department at Maryland General Hospital, died Sept. 17 at Duke University Hospital during surgery to replace a heart valve. The longtime Owings Mills resident was 87. "Howard was one of the...
  • John H. 'Beau' Williams Jr., construction executive

    John H. 'Beau' Williams Jr., construction executive
    John H. "Beau" Williams Jr., who had headed a Baltimore contracting and building firm, died Friday of congestive heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park, John Harlan Williams Jr. was...
  • A bounty of bacalao in Baltimore

    A bounty of bacalao in Baltimore
    In a rowhouse kitchen near Patterson Park, a small pennant-shaped Cuban flag hangs from a cabinet above a pot of garlic and onions warming in wine, vinegar and water. Smudged and worn, the fringed banner used to hang from the rearview mirror in the...