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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • The hidden health risks of fracking

    The hidden health risks of fracking
    Imagine you are a nurse working in an emergency room, and a worker on a gas fracking well comes in covered in chemicals used in the drilling process. You call the gas company to find out what chemicals are being used to help in your assessment of possible...
  • Adam Thompson Run/Walk raises nearly $17,000

     Adam Thompson Run/Walk raises nearly $17,000
    The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation, in conjunction with Harford Community College, hosted the inaugural Adam Thompson Memorial 5K Run/Walk Sunday, April 22. Despite the cold and rainy day, more than 200 runners and walkers participated in the event...
  • Anne B. Leavitt, nurse

    Anne B. Leavitt, nurse
    Anne B. Leavitt, a retired registered nurse and an alto singer who was a longtime member of the Emmanuel Episcopal Church Choir and Baltimore Choral Arts Society, died June 21 of a stroke at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 79. The daughter...
  • Helping the spouses of those who serve

    Helping the spouses of those who serve
    Shelly Snell is a registered nurse. She's been married to Navy Commander Ben Snell for 16 years. They have two boys. And as a Navy family, the Snells have moved nine times, including a stint in Maryland. It's a fact of life for military spouses —...
  • Sarah Littleton, nurse and business owner

    Sarah Littleton, nurse and business owner
    Sarah "Virginia" Littleton, a retired nurse and part owner of a Baltimore County pharmacy and nursing home, died Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of renal failure complicated by a stroke. She was 83. Mrs. Littleton, born Sarah Meyer in...
  • Johns Hopkins patients move into new $1.1 billion facility

    Johns Hopkins patients move into new $1.1 billion facility
    At the ding of a cowbell Sunday, staffers in a command center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital began clapping and yelling out victory cheers. Another department had begun to transfer patients as part of a massive move from Hopkins' aging hospital building...
  • Harford Community College awarded major nursing grant

    Harford Community College was recently awarded a three-year, $434,432 Nursing Support Program Grant by the Maryland Higher Education Commission. Maryland's Nursing Support Program seeks to rapidly increase the number of highly-qualified registered...
  • Harborside Nursing parent files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

    The parent company of Harborside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Baltimore, which faced state sanctions for air-conditioning failures more than two years ago, has filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to court documents....
  • Engaged: Cori Seedenburg and Chris Gschwendtner

    Engaged: Cori Seedenburg and Chris Gschwendtner
    Her story: Cori Seedenburg, 25, grew up in Altoona, Penn., and now lives in Annapolis. She is a radiation therapist at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Her mother, Kim Shirley, is a salesperson at Ford Courtesy in Altoona and her stepfather, Peter Shirley, is...
  • Engagement: Cortney Jayne Carnaggio to wed Robert Andrew Flock

    James and Denise Carnaggio, of Bel Air, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cortney Jayne, to Robert Andrew Flock, son of John and Debra Flock of Fallston. The bride to be graduated in 2006 from the John Carroll School and Salisbury University...
  • Frances D. Tompkins, hospital official

    Frances D. Tompkins, hospital official
    Frances D. Tompkins, a registered nurse who had been vice president and director of nursing at Union Memorial Hospital, died Tuesday of complications from pneumonia at the Oak Crest Village retirement community. The longtime Stoneleigh resident was 92....
  • More storms could slow pace of power restoration

    More storms could slow pace of power restoration
    Lights flipped on and air conditioners started humming across the Baltimore region amid a storm cleanup of hurricane proportions Tuesday, but the rate of power restoration slowed as workers focused on isolated outages and faced the potential for more...