Johns Hopkins Presents New Hiring Initiative In Baltimore’s Distressed CommunitiesThe driving objective behind HopkinsLocal is to increase hiring practices from troubled neighborhoods while also increasing company spending on construction projects to include more local minorities and women.
$15M Donation Will Fund New Center To Restore HearingA $15 million gift from a philanthropist to will be used to create a new hearing center focused on restoring functional hearing.
Johns Hopkins University Hopes To Provide More Business To CityJohns Hopkins University and Health System is stepping up its role in the economic health of the city. JHU is committing to give more business to contractors located in he city and increase hiring of Baltimore City residents.
Johns Hopkins Plans To Award Jobs, Contracts To Residents The Johns Hopkins University and its Health System says it will increase its hiring from troubled Baltimore communities and award more construction contracts to local, minority- and women-owned businesses.
Chief Medical Officer Fosters A Caring Commitment To The Pediatric Practice“I love walking around the building and seeing the children receive treatment in the therapy areas and in the patient units. Getting to walk around and talk with everyone is fun, but it is a very important part of my responsibilities," says Dr. Richard Katz.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Hosts Gynecologic Cancer ConferenceThe phrase “below the belt” is taking on new meaning in tonight’s WJZ HealthWatch.
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About BaltimoreEstablished as a catholic city in a catholic colony in 1729, Baltimore has been a city of sea-captains and ghosts, of national anthems and national sports heroes, of screen legends and legendary writers, and the list goes on. Here are a few facts you probably never knew about Baltimore, however.
Baltimore Healthcare CEO Tackles Dual Role As QA SpecialistI highly recommend a certification in molecular biology or diagnostics to increase your competitive edge and to command a higher salary," says Meredith Hurston.
Hopkins Developing New Drug To Fight Drug-Resistant TuberculosisLike a lot of dangerous bacteria, the train that causes tuberculosis has developed resistance to antibiotics. Hopkins School of Public Health is developing a new medicine to combat TB.
New Sexual Misconduct Policy Issued At Johns Hopkins Univ.Johns Hopkins University, one of more than 100 schools under federal investigation for their handling of sexual assault complaints, has unveiled a new sexual misconduct policy.
Johns Hopkins Announces New Sexual Misconduct PolicyJohns Hopkins University, one of more than 100 schools under federal investigation for their handling of sexual assault complaints, has unveiled a new sexual misconduct policy.
Pa. Woman Allegedly Faked Cancer, Scammed People Out Of Thousands Of DollarsOfficials say 23-year-old Brandi Lee Weaver-Gates scammed people out of thousands of dollars after she allegedly faked her illness.