As state lawmakers contemplate reforming how the University of Maryland Medical System handles contracts with insiders, a Baltimore Sun review of other hospitals' disclosures show the practice is not rare. Only Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation dabbled in politics.
For the second time in less than three years, Baltimore County officials say they will review the way police conduct sexual assault investigations following continued complaints about how authorities handle the cases.
We need to talk about Netflix’s new hit series, “You.” If you haven’t heard, the show centers around Penn Badgley’s character as he develops an extreme infatuation for Elizabeth Lail’s character to the point where he will stop at nothing to be with her. This isn't love, this is stalking.
Nellie M. Semans, a homemaker and former trustee of a historic Annapolis home and several medical facilities who also co-managed a family farm in Virginia, died Dec. 29 from melanoma at her Brooklandville home. She was 90.
Time is of the essence for Baltimore restaurateur Tony Foreman. It’s something that has been in the back of his mind since birth. “I spent my entire time knowing that I have a bad heart and that time is limited,” he said.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson will house a new center to look for treatments and a cure for a rare genetic disease called Alstrom Syndrome and perhaps contribute to therapies for many other diseases.
In the United States, one in 10 children will be sexually abused before the age of 18, and children with disabilities are three times more likely to suffer this kind of abuse. Confronted daily with child sexual abuse, health care workers are distinctly aware of this plight.
Frank Patrick Fischer, a teacher and counselor who prepared students for high school and later fought predatory mortgage lending, died of multiple organ failure Nov. 16 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former Mayfield resident was 92.
Dr. Michael E. Kolakolwski Jr., a longtime Glen Burnie dentist whose hobbies included reading and gardening, died Nov. 10 from heart failure at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. He was 85.
Dr. Billy D. Davis, a retired dentist who cared for hsi West Baltimore patients for more than 50 years, died Nov. 5 from a heart attack at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Bare Hills resident was 87.
The Rev. David M. Carey, former School Sisters of Notre Dame chaplain and a recovering alcoholic who also worked with the addicted, died Nov. 2 from respiratory failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 83.
Phyllis W. Rice, a World War II Navy veteran whose career as a volunteer at Greater Baltimore Medical Center spanned more than four decades, died Sunday from coronary artery disease at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. She was 93.
Dr. Alvin A. Stampler, a retired Baltimore pediatrician who cared for generations of infants, children and adolescents during a professional career that spanned 60 years, died Sept. 27 at Gilchrist Center in Towson from complications of a fall. The longtime Lutherville resident was 9
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, owner and operator of Harford County’s two hospitals and other medical facilities serving Harford and Cecil counties, announced the election of several leadership positions on its board of directors and medical team.
Callie Noble Schwarzman was arrested Tuesday night on charges that she violated probation for a 2017 drunken driving offense in Carroll County. Investigators obtained a warrant for her arrest Wednesday for charges related to the deaths of 60-year-old Deborah Limmer and 5-year-old Delaney Gaddis.
Edward F. "Ned" Gehret Jr., longtime member of the administrative computing department at the Johns Hopkins University, died Thursday from pneumonia at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Sparks resident was 88.
James W. "Bill" Middelton, former president of the old Equitable Trust Co. who later had a second carreer as an investment banker, died July 4 from complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Mount Washington resident was 87.
Dr. Darrell A. Jaques, a retired Baltimore head and neck surgeon who earlier had been a combat surgeon during the Vietnam War, died June 4 from complications of coronary artery disease at Brookdale Olney Assisted Senior Living in Olney. He was 88.
Name a high-profile civic institution, and there’s a good chance Patricia J. Mitchell, or “P.J.,” has been involved with it, from the United Way and Notre Dame of Maryland University to chairing the board of the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Dr. Bernard Michael McGibbon, a retired surgeon who practiced at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center and was known for his skill in reconstructive surgery, died of pneumonia complications April 18 at his Timonium home. He was 86.
The decision to close the pediatric emergency room at Medstar Franklin Square hospital has caused an uproar from the community and hospital staff, who say MedStar has abandoned its mission to serve the community in the pursuit of profits.
Thomas W. Burdette, who won back-to-back lacrosse championships as a goalie at Princeton and owned the country’s oldest paper tag making company for nearly three decades, died of pneumonia on March 28 at the age of 82.