Court documents show that settlements in two class-action lawsuits over unnecessary artery stents at a Towson hospital are awaiting court approval.
A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of a Maryland cardiologist who implanted unnecessary heart stents in more than 100 patients.
A setback for the cardiologist accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary surgeries.
WJZ has learned the University of Maryland Medical System has entered into an exclusive agreement with St. Joseph Medical Center.
Depressed but pressing on. A Towson doctor at the center of a massive malpractice investigation says he considered taking his own life. Now former patients who accused Dr. Mark Midei of wrongdoing react.
Breaking his silence. A Towson doctor at the center of a massive malpractice investigation opens up to the Baltimore Sun.
More trouble for a world-renowned cardiologist. Nearly two dozen additional lawsuits are filed against Dr. Mark Midei for allegedly implanting stents into patients who didn’t need them.
A landmark judgement against a Maryland doctor. He is slapped with a harsh sentence for defrauding dozens of patients.
The Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury has agreed to settle allegations that it failed to take action to prevent medically unnecessary cardiac stent procedures by a physician who had privileges there.
The doctor at the center of a major medical scandal can no longer practice medicine in Maryland.
There was another critical debate in Annapolis Wednesday. This one focused on protecting hearts in Maryland after many learned they were offered a stent procedure they did not need. Lawmakers are working to better regulate the surgery.
On Thursday, 50 people treated at St. Joseph Medical Center filed new lawsuits sparked by a federal investigation that found they may have undergone unnecessary heart surgeries.