The hospital system hopes to lower the risk of surgical complications by applying new standards to surgeons
The American health care worker admitted to NIH with Ebola has been successfully treated.
A Howard County caregiver is charged with abusing a 93-year-old Alzheimer’s patient.
A patient is dead after a fire ignites inside a hospital room. The circumstances are under investigation.
The University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center opens a new, $160 million tower.
A Maryland man celebrates the 30th anniversary of his heart transplant. This week’s milestone makes him one of the nation’s longest surviving heart transplant patients.
The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene says it has revoked the license of a Boonsboro assisted-living center where an 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient was badly hurt in a fall through an unfinished floor.
When you think of firefighters being injured, the dangers of smoke and flames may come to mind. Friday, a paramedic found out that hazards can be found in many places in old Baltimore homes.
A man who was treated for Legionnaires’ disease after an outbreak at an Ocean City hotel last year is suing the innkeeper for $6 million.
There are new drugs in the battle against cancer, if you can afford them. Some people who can’t are dying.
Johns Hopkins says its new $1.1 billion patient care building is one of the nation’s largest hospital construction projects.
A former staff member at the state’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital has been acquitted of charges she assaulted a patient.