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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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  • Medical, public safety officials ready for Baltimore Grand Prix

    Medical, public safety officials ready for Baltimore Grand Prix
    For Baltimore's emergency workers, the Baltimore Grand Prix Festival of Speed is more than a three-day party surrounded by shrieking Indy cars. It's 40,000 to 80,000 people a day — many with medical issues, bad judgment or evil intent —...
  • Catonsville man to descend from hotel to raise money for National Kidney Foundation of Maryland

    Catonsville man to descend from hotel to raise money for National Kidney Foundation of Maryland
    A fear of heights usually keeps Billy Stapleton grounded. Only once in the past dozen years has the Catonsville resident ever flown on an airplane and that caused the same reaction he usually has when he confronts his fear: his body temperature rose...
  • Maryland's hospital rating system in danger of failing

    Maryland's hospital rating system in danger of failing
    For 35 years, Maryland has enjoyed a unique exemption from the federal government that allowed it to regulate hospital rates so that patients are charged the same no matter where they seek care. But the system that state health officials say has...
  • A summer survival guide for health emergencies

    A summer survival guide for health emergencies
    Ah, summer. A time for all sorts of fun activities — hikes, cookouts, pool days, bike rides and more. And ow, summer. A time for all kinds of seasonal injuries and health emergencies. such as burns from the grill, tick bites, heat stroke and...
  • Doctors, hospitals concerned about hefty malpractice awards

    Maryland's medical community is concerned about the potential fallout from two multimillion-dollar malpractice judgments awarded by Baltimore juries to families who blamed local hospitals where their babies were delivered for their children's...
  • Joseph B. Kelly, UM medical researcher, dies

    Joseph B. Kelly, UM medical researcher, dies
    Joseph B. Kelly, a retired University of Maryland School of Medicine researcher who enjoyed fine dining and listening to vintage jazz, died June 5 of renal failure at Northwest Hospital. He was 81. The son of a chauffeur and a homemaker, Mr. Kelly was...
  • Education part of mother's plan to cope with daughter's rare childhood disorder

    Education part of mother's plan to cope with daughter's rare childhood disorder
    When Emma-Leigh Savage was born four years ago next month, she weighed two pounds and seven ounces. She wasn't breathing when she was born at the University of Maryland Medical Center and needed to be resuscitated. No one expected her to live more...
  • From submarines to sculptures, turning real life digital

    From submarines to sculptures, turning real life digital
    Bit by bit, Michael Raphael's company is digitizing the real world. Direct Dimensions, the Owings Mills firm he founded, scans items, buildings and even people and turns the results into 3-D computerized models. It has trained its equipment on everything...
  • Irvin Bradley, city detective, dies

    Irvin Bradley, city detective, dies
    Irvin Bradley, a decorated retired Baltimore City homicide detective who had worked on some of the city's most publicized cases, died of heart disease Wednesday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The West Baltimore resident was 55. A native of...
  • Triple kidney swap: 'We think it is the future'

    Triple kidney swap: 'We think it is the future'
    Joy Hindle cried when she found out she couldn't give one of her kidneys to her twin brother. Then doctors gave the Bel Air woman another option: a kidney exchange, in which she would donate her kidney to a patient who needed one, and her diabetic...
  • Glen Burnie man charged in stabbing

    A 25-year-old Glen Burnie man was charged with stabbing another man during a fight Saturday, Anne Arundel County police said. Ravon Tyrone Anderson was charged with attempted murder, assault and reckless endangerment. Responding to a call just after...
  • Auto salesman 'Bob' Bell, known for TV commercials, dies at 78

    Robert L. "Bob" Bell, who began his career in auto sales in the 1950s which later grew into the Bob Bell Automotive Group, died Sunday of leukemia at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 78. Mr. Bell was best known for his appearances in TV...