Johns Hopkins Hospital
It’s one of Baltimore’s biggest and best clothing sales of the year, and it starts Thursday night.
Johns Hopkins doctors are once again making history–this time by using a woman’s own tissue to build her a new ear.
It’s been two years since a gunman opened fire inside Johns Hopkins Hospital, shooting one of the doctors there. Now Hopkins researchers have released a new study examining shootings nationwide.
The brutal murder of a prominent researcher at the National Institutes of Health stunned his Northeast Baltimore community. Police are searching for his killer.
Johns Hopkins Hospital says it is holding a job fair for health information technology graduates.
A New Hampshire attorney says a client contracted hepatitis C from a traveling hospital worker two years earlier than has been previously alleged he began spreading the disease.
The public is invited to pay their respects to former Ravens owner and humanitarian Art Modell.
Former Ravens owner and the man who brought the NFL back to Baltimore, Art Modell, died of natural causes at age 87. Modell’s contributions to not only football here in Maryland but the league in general are extraordinary.
This spring, the University of Maryland Medical Center became the first in the state to perform a face transplant. And now, Johns Hopkins Hospital gets the green light to offer this medical breakthrough as well.
A dangerous problem is getting worse. A sinkhole is expanding in a busy section of east Baltimore. It’s causing all kinds of frustrations.
What is happening to Baltimore streets? First, a major water main break near the Inner Harbor. Now, a sinkhole near Johns Hopkins Hospital shuts down more roads.
An outbreak of hepatitis C in New Hampshire is now linked to a medical technician who once worked at several Maryland hospitals. At least 30 people in New Hampshire have contracted the virus.