Gov. Larry Hogan and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller say the University of Maryland Medical System needs to put an end to any conflicts of interest in business deals for members of the system’s board of directors.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has amended her financial disclosure filings amid scrutiny over the sale of copies of her children's books to the University of Maryland Medical System, where she is a long-time member of the board of directors.
General Assembly leaders are expressing outrage and calling for reforms and an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System after The Baltimore Sun reported nine members of the system’s board — including Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh — have business deals with the hospital network.
The agency that accredits the nation’s hospitals has officially requested that the University of Maryland Medical Center conduct a review of the Feb. 4 shooting of an employee in the affiliated School of Medicine just outside the hospital.
A 26-year-old Baltimore man arrested in the shooting of a University of Maryland School of Medicine employee outside a hospital ambulance bay on Monday had previously been in a relationship with the victim and quickly confessed to the shooting after being arrested, according to court records.
Paramedics, nurses and doctors from across Baltimore are partnering to bring treatment to patients in West Baltimore in a pilot program city officials hope will reduce strains on the city’s fire department and emergency rooms.
The University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus has overhauled its behavioral health unit so it can see more patients arriving in a crisis at the Baltimore hospital or the nearby downtown campus of the medical center.
Facials, acupuncture and massage may seem more suited for spa clients looking to be pampered, but studies show such treatments can relieve pain, reduce swelling and improve cancer patients’ outlook in ways traditional medicine sometimes can’t.
Over the last few weeks, the Ravens football team on the field represented Baltimore’s hopes for who we are and who we want to be as a city: gritty, perseverant, resilient, tough and never to be counted out. But players were also working off the field to improve the city's future.
Eulalia H. Barber, former director of the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Baltimore City and Eastern Shore Home Care Providers who had been an active member of Olivet Baptist Church for 75 years, died in her sleep Nov. 17 at her Brooklyn Park home. She was 85.
James N. Preston Jr., a retired postal worker who enjoyed coaching youth sports, died Nov. 23 from liver and kidney failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Pikesville resident was 65.
People visited the Bel Air Armory Saturday afternoon for the 13th annual Festival of Trees fundraiser for Cancer LifeNet, to check out holiday decorations made by members of the community and to bid on them to purchase at a silent auction.
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.
Angela G. DeCarlo, a Loyola University Maryland senior who was committed to peace and justice issues, died Nov. 4 from liposarcoma. a rare cancer of connective tissues, at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 21
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
The Baltimore Police department requested that Axon — the body camera manufacturer — attempt to recover the footage from a shootout when officers Phillip Lippe and his partner, Steven Foster, exchanged gunfire with 29-year-old Nathaniel Sassafras, who died.
The Maryland Proton Treatment Center is more financially stable and better able to focus on its core mission of treating cancer patients after raising $277.4 million in a tax-free bond sale and converting to a nonprofit, executives said Wednesday.