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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • 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...
  • FutureCare wants to give employees a boost up the corporate ladder

    FutureCare wants to give employees a boost up the corporate ladder
    A dozen years ago, Demetri Gambrill began working after school at FutureCare Health and Management as an activities assistant. The 28-year-old is now a geriatric nursing assistant, thanks to education that the company sponsored. "They sent me to...
  • Baltimore VA Medical Center expands inward

    Baltimore VA Medical Center expands inward
    Landlocked in downtown Baltimore and unable to bear the weight of more floors, the Baltimore VA Medical Center has expanded inward. The seven-story building, which occupies a city block on Greene Street between Baltimore and Fayette streets, has enclosed...
  • 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 —...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Details on midwife unaired in Hopkins malpractice case

    Details on midwife unaired in Hopkins malpractice case
    When a jury ordered Johns Hopkins Hospital to pay $55 million to a Baltimore family whose newborn was brain-damaged, the case hinged on what doctors and nurses did in the two hours before birth. But the jury never heard about the nurse midwife trying...
  • Four more heat-related deaths reported

    Four more heat-related deaths reported
    Four heat-related deaths were reported to state health officials on Independence Day, three of them in Baltimore, bringing the death toll from the recent stretch of heat and storms to 11. Two men over age 65 and one man between the ages of 45 and 65 died...
  • Head of the Class: Awards and achievements for Carroll County students

    State Del. Susan Krebs of District 9B recently announced the award of state scholarships to graduating high school seniors in her legislative district. The Education Subcommittee of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce evaluated the students based on...
  • Reisterstown nursing home chef wins culinary battle

    Reisterstown nursing home chef wins culinary battle
    The Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce held a chef competition last Thursday. Among the dozen or so competitors were Harryman House, Santoni's and Mr. Charles Market caterers. The winner for best dish, herb-encrusted chicken, came...
  • Virginia H. Griffin, registered nurse

    Virginia H. Griffin, a retired registered nurse and former Roland Park resident, died Sunday of a heart attack at Towsongate Condominiums. Mrs. Griffin would have celebrated her 80th birthday in two weeks, family members said. The daughter of an...
  • Mary Bell Grempler

    Mary Bell Grempler
    Mary Bell Grempler, a colorful real estate saleswoman whose pioneering firm grew to become the No. 1 independently owned real estate business in the state, died Monday of emphysema at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Stevenson resident was 81....