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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • 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....
  • Head of the Class: Local students' awards, accolades and achievements

    Dulaney Miller, of Timonium; and Megan Roed, of Lutherville, were named to the spring 2012 dean's list at the University of New Hampshire, in Durham. The following students graduated from Randolph-Macon College, in Ashland, Va., on May 26. Ethan Franz,...
  • Laura Zepp, RN, is new director at Laurel's Patient First

    Laura Zepp, RN, has been appointed Director of Medical Support for Patient First's Laurel center, located at 3357 Corridor Marketplace. In her new role, she will work closely with the center's medical director and supervise Laurel operations, including...
  • Laurel Regional's 90-day checkup shows 'significant improvement'

    Laurel Regional's 90-day checkup shows 'significant improvement'
    Linda Teixeira, of Laurel, is no stranger to emergency rooms. Her daughter is on dialysis and has other related health issues that require emergency care on a regular basis. What is new for Teixeira is that on this particular evening, she's waiting for...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Alcohol abuse grant The Department of Health's alcohol and drug abuse prevention and education services have been awarded a Maryland strategic prevention framework (MSPF) community implementation grant of $31,132 to the Anne Arundel Community College...
  • Datebook

    Thursday, Nov. 1 Book sale The American Association of University Women will hold its annual book sale Nov. 1-4 at 8151-D Ritchie Highway in the festival at Pasadena Shopping Center. Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. 1; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 2; 9 a.m.-6 p.m....
  • Marie McG. Leaf, combat nurse

    Marie McG. Leaf, combat nurse
    Marie McG. Leaf, a World War II combat nurse who cared for the wounded and dying on the battlefields of Europe, died Thursday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at the Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village in Lochearn. She was 95. The daughter of...
  • The false promise of dementia drugs

    Federal officials are working to place compassion at the center of how our nation aims to treat elderly patients suffering from dementia. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that they'll coordinate an effort to dramatically...
  • Aberdeen: September events begin a new season

    September is here, and a new season of events is planned at the Aberdeen Senior Activity Center. Today (Friday Sept. 7) there is a Quilting Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon. Also, the Men's Discussion Group will meet from 10 to 11 a.m. On Monday, Sept. 10,...
  • 1,750 had possible contact with technician with hepatitis C

    1,750 had possible contact with technician with hepatitis C
    Four Maryland hospitals are offering free hepatitis C testing to at least 1,750 patients who may have been exposed to the viral disease by a traveling medical technician, as state officials launch a broad regulatory review in response to the case. The...
  • New AACC president Lindsay making rounds

    New AACC president Lindsay making rounds
    Dawn Lindsay was walking across the Anne Arundel Community College campus on the first day of classes when she approached a student who appeared lost. "Can you tell me where the Florestano Building is?" asked the student, explaining that she was en route...
  • 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...