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Saint Agnes Hospital

Saint Agnes Hospital
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health.
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health. « Show less

Top Saint Agnes Hospital Articles

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  • Slow and painful recovery for little girl badly burned near railroad tracks in 1913

    An article in the June 7, 1913, edition of The Argus reported on the slow recovery of a little girl severely burned several weeks earlier. After lying in St. Agnes Hospital for three weeks, slowly recovering from burns which she sustained near her home,...
  • Baltimore man charged with trying to drown 3-month-old son

    Baltimore man charged with trying to drown 3-month-old son
    A 47-year-old Baltimore man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder in the near drowning of his 3-month-old son in a bathtub at the family's Mondawmin Avenue home last week, according to Baltimore Police. Augustus Parker, who has previously...
  • Howard Hospital longtimers have seen it all

    Howard Hospital longtimers have seen it all
    When Howard County General Hospital opened 40 years ago, even the emergency room workers had time on their hands. "Some older Howard County residents didn't want to come there," said Bob Simonsen, a physician assistant who has worked in the hospital...
  • Straw and hay fuel fire that destroyed farm building in 1913

    An article in the May 24, 1913, edition of The Argus reported the damage to an area farm due to an early morning fire. A large barrack on the Wilton Farm, Wilkens avenue and Maiden Choice road, George J. Zaiser, owner, was destroyed by fire early...
  • Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, cardiologist

    Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, cardiologist
    Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, a retired cardiologist who played an instrumental role in the establishment of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at St. Agnes Hospital, died Saturday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime...
  • Community Fair features informative fun

    Community Fair features informative fun
    Animals, food and crafts are just a few of the components of the Southwest Leadership Team's 10th annual Community Fair. The fair, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 18 at Hillcrest Park on 3rd Avenue, will also provide adults with easy access to valuable...
  • St. Joseph now a part of UMMS

    St. Joseph now a part of UMMS
    When the owners of troubled St. Joseph Medical Center put the Towson hospital up for sale a year ago, the University of Maryland Medical System didn't hesitate to put in a bid. Medical violations by its star cardiologist had left St. Joseph in...
  • Jarnetta Kroh, philanthropist

    Jarnetta Kroh, philanthropist
    Jarnetta Kroh, a Greater Baltimore Medical Center philanthropist who assisted her husband in his import car servicing business, died Nov. 25 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder at her home in Laguna Hills, Calif. She was 81 and had lived in the...
  • Pages from the Past: Displays of outdoor decorations start new Catonsville tradition in 1937

    An article in the Dec. 17, 1937, edition of The Catonsville Herald and Baltimore Countian heralded the new tradition of outdoor lighting for the holidays. Following an editorial in The Herald two weeks ago suggesting more extensive outdoor lighting of...
  • A car chase turned deadly in Baltimore

    A car chase turned deadly in Baltimore
    "Drive," he pleaded, sweating and panting. "Just drive." Munpreet Chona had just crashed his car after fleeing Baltimore County police at speeds topping 100 miles per hour, then stolen a police cruiser after a fight with an officer that sent both...
  • Pages of the Past: Scam artist left an impression by taking household valuables in 1912

    An article in the Nov. 30, 1912, edition of The Argus reported an impersonator was a thief in disguise. Baltimore detectives and the police of Catonsville are searching for a man who has been misrepresenting himself to the residents of Catonsville as an...
  • St. Agnes Hospital offers help for sleep-related problems

    While health professionals encourage people to get from seven to eight hours of sleep nightly, millions of Americans are falling well short of that mark. Many are getting just five to six hours and recent studies have shown that more than 20 percent of...