Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger To Propose 'Hero Pay' For Healthcare Workers Amid COVID-19 PandemicA Maryland congressman wants to award "hero pay" -- or bonuses -- to hospital workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mercy Medical Center To Name ICU After Joseph Costa, Doctor Who Died Due To COVID-19Mercy Medical Center announced it will name its Intensive Care Unit in honor of Doctor Joseph Costa, who died Saturday due to COVID-19.
Dr. Joseph Costa, Chief Of Critical Care At Mercy Medical Center, Dies Due To COVID-19Dr. Joseph Costa, the chief of Mercy Medical Center's Critical Care Division, died due to COVID-19 on Saturday morning. Costa was 56 years old.
'A Light At The End Of The Tunnel': Foundation Donates Thousands Of N95 Masks To Mercy Medical CenterThe Daofeng and Angela Foundation unloaded a van filled with more than 8,000 masks at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore on Friday.
Coronavirus Latest: Catholic High School Donates Medical Supplies To Mercy Medical CenterCatholic High School in Baltimore is joining a growing list of organizations donating medical supplies to hospitals in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mercy Medical Center Receives Emergency Approval To Construct New Hospital Floor Amid Coronavirus PandemicMercy Medical Center in Baltimore announced Wednesday that it has received emergency approval to construct a new hospital floor in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Vaping-Related Illnesses Triple In Maryland In Recent WeeksThe Maryland Health Department now says cases of vaping related illnesses have tripled in recent weeks.
Baltimore School Transforms, Empowers With Unique Community Co-op ProgramPrivate school in Baltimore offers unique 4 years of internships with local businesses.
Baltimore Dermatologist Helps Bring Relief Through Personal Experience“My favorite part is interacting with my patients!... It really makes my day when my patients come in feeling and looking better," says Dr. Janet Lin.
R.N. Seeks Fast Track Master's To Meet Demands Of Changing FieldAs far back as 2008, the Institute of Medicine, along with a major public health nonprofit, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, recognized that nursing, as a profession, would need to evolve as the our society changed and as healthcare became more about chronic illnesses than acute care.
On Time: July 6, 2014On this edition of "On Time," Gigi Barnett talks about Chautauqua, BRAnanza and "Spencer's First Bank Account."
Police Seek Public's Help IDing Man Wanted For Rape In FerndalePolice are searching for man accused of raping a woman who hitched a ride with him in Anne Arundel County.
More Women Expected To Be Proactive Following Angelina Jolie Double MastectomyWith Angelina Jolie's very personal decision to undergo a double mastectomy, cancer centers across the U.S. and in Baltimore are expecting to hear from more women who are ready to take their health into their own hands.
2 Employees Robbed Inside Mercy Medical CenterA brazen crime inside a Baltimore hospital. Two Mercy Medical Center employees were robbed at gunpoint in the middle of the day. Now the hunt is on for the man who did it.
Dr. Rebecca CerratoDr. Rebecca Cerrato, foot and ankle surgeon at Mercy Medical Center, joined The Vinny and Kenny Show to give more insight into the biggest injury story of Super Bowl week; the high ankle sprain of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.