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March 31, 2013
Aileen Riley was selected as Carroll Hospital Center's Associate of the Month for March. A staff member at the hospital for six years, Riley was nominated for her high attention to detail to her work in the food services department. "Aileen is a spectacular team player and true asset to our department. " said Marcea Cotter, director of support services in a release. "She always goes above and beyond what is expected to ensure our team succeeds. " Each month, Carroll Hospital Center recognizes a member of its staff through its Associate WOW Service Awards.
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May 27, 2014
I was greatly disappointed by Baltimore City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts' response to the tragedy at Good Samaritan Hospital ( "After teen's death, police restrict response to hospital emergencies," May 21). I had hoped that we had turned a new page in the leadership of the Baltimore police, but perhaps I am mistaken. The hospital staff did not Tase the patient; a Baltimore City police officer did. If the police do not know how to assist hospitals with dangerous patients then additional training is needed.
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By kate shatzkin and kate shatzkin,kate.shatzkin@baltsun.com | December 8, 2008
Reader Kayris wrote: "I found out today that my 2-year-old will most likely need eye surgery and an MRI before that. Any suggestions for making it easier for a child so young, and any suggestions to get ME through having to see my child under general anesthesia?" I sent her question to Dr. Michael Crocetti, director of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He wrote back some thoughts: "Having surgery or a medical procedure that requires sedation can be scary and very anxiety-provoking for the child and parents," he wrote.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2014
George King seemed to always be hungry, occasionally pestering the staff at his group foster home for chicken or brownies. If someone was being picked on, he would stand up for them, his loved ones recalled. Though he had made some missteps in life, he had recently joined a church, enrolled in community college and seemed to be getting on the right path. As King was remembered at his funeral Saturday, the circumstances of his death - after being shocked with a Taser during a struggle with Baltimore police and security staff at Good Samaritan Hospital - were barely mentioned.
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By John Fairhall and John Fairhall,Evening Sun Staff | March 29, 1991
WASHINGTON -- Nancy Reagan wore a pink suit and a look of distress as she recalled the attempted assassination of her husband on March 30, 1981.With a bullet in his chest fired by John W. Hinckley Jr., Presiden Reagan was rushed to George Washington University Hospital. The critical nature of his wound initially was kept secret by the doctors and Mrs. Reagan. Both of the Reagans were present at George Washington University yesterday during an emotional ceremony commemorating the event, and the former first lady spoke of the subterfuge.
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By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1996
Local black leaders have been holding meetings with officials of Howard County General Hospital to address what they call mounting racial problems at the Columbia hospital.The meetings, which began about two months ago, have come amid claims of racial tension among hospital staff members at all levels.In more than a dozen recent interviews with The Sun, former and current doctors, nurses and administrators -- black and white -- charge that minority employees consistently are barred from positions of authority, including managerial posts and committee appointments.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2001
After several inspections, Carroll administrators have pronounced the Jones Building at Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville suitable to house an urgently needed long-term drug rehabilitation program for county youth. The five-story, all-brick Jones Building, constructed in 1948, needs new heating and air-conditioning systems, but is structurally sound, Ralph Green, county director of permits and inspections, said during a tour Friday. "It has all new windows throughout, and the exterior brick is in fairly good condition.
NEWS
March 6, 2001
Two days after she suffered cardiac arrest on U.S. 1 and was aided by a Howard County police officer, Janice Divers died at Johns Hopkins Hospital, hospital staff said yesterday. Divers, 58, of Glen Burnie was a passenger in a friend's car on the road in Jessup when she stopped breathing Thursday morning. Pfc. Scott Magee performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation and "rescue breathing," bringing Divers back from cardiac arrest once. Thursday afternoon, she was in fair condition. But Friday, she was in critical condition, and she died Saturday, hospital staff members said.
NEWS
January 13, 2003
Hospital names officers for its professional staff Dr. David Nyanjom has been named president of the professional staff at Howard County General Hospital. He is a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, has been a member of the hospital's medical staff since 1993. Dr. Tuvia Blechman is vice president, and Dr. Bernard Marquis is secretary-treasurer. Blechman, a neonatologist, joined the hospital staff in 1990 as director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Marquis, an anesthesiologist, has been a member of the medical staff since 1991.
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November 1, 1994
PEOPLECurland is appointed director of divisionHarry A. Curland, a resident of Annapolis and formerly deputy director of the county's Division of Maternal and Child Health, has been appointed director of the division.Dr. Curland has been with the Department of Health since 1971.He received his doctor of dental science degree at the University of Maryland Dental School in 1969 and his bachelor of science in biochemistry at the University of Maryland in 1965. The Maternal and Child Health Division has a staff of more than 250 which oversee maternity and family planning, cancer screenings, school and community health nursing, the Women, Infants and Children federal nutrition program and other responsibilities.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Fire investigators found cigarettes and a lighter in the hospital bed of a man who died in a fire at University of Maryland Medical Center, but the cause of the fire has not been conclusively determined, a report of the incident shows. The report provides the first information released in the Nov. 8 death of William Turner, 53, at the downtown Baltimore hospital. An autopsy earlier determined that Turner died of smoke inhalation and burns that caused complications to his underlying hypertensive cardiovascular disease.
NEWS
July 10, 2013
Howard County General Hospital began as a vision 40 years ago. As we celebrate the hospital's 40th anniversary year and its official "birthday" of July 9, I reflect on how HCGH has been caring for generations of families in our community for four decades and I'm proud to have been a part of the HCGH team through times of significant change and growth. HCGH has grown up with this community and the people who call Howard County home. We've been right by the sides of so many people - through emergency department visits, the births of children and grandchildren, through health crises and amazing recoveries.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | May 29, 2013
 MedStar Harbor Hospital is the new home to a family of Mallards. Ten baby mallards hatched from eggs today in the courtyard of the South Baltimore hospital where their mom sought refuge a couple of weeks ago. The mother had been very protective of her babies and hospital staff couldn't even get close enough to see how many eggs were in her nest until they hatched, said hospital spokeswoman Debra Schindler. The daddy mallard could be seen today bringing the babies food, Schindler said.
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March 31, 2013
Aileen Riley was selected as Carroll Hospital Center's Associate of the Month for March. A staff member at the hospital for six years, Riley was nominated for her high attention to detail to her work in the food services department. "Aileen is a spectacular team player and true asset to our department. " said Marcea Cotter, director of support services in a release. "She always goes above and beyond what is expected to ensure our team succeeds. " Each month, Carroll Hospital Center recognizes a member of its staff through its Associate WOW Service Awards.
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March 5, 2013
Liberty Tax is offering free tax preparation services for first-time customers only who serve and assist local communities in the Laurel area. The following Appreciation Weeks are scheduled at the two Liberty Tax Service offices in Laurel. March 11 to 17: Hospital Appreciation Week, for nurses, doctors, therapists and all hospital staff. March 18 to 24: Healthy Living Appreciation Week, for all gym staff members, personal trainers, dietitians and recreational centers staff.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2013
In-patient units at Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville have become troubled environments where serious assaults on hospital staff are common, according to a scathing new report from a consultant for the Maryland health department. The chaos at the state's largest psychiatric hospital, the consultant found, is fueled by a few patients who "prey upon patients and staff with relative impunity" after being ordered by courts to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation — sometimes with dubious symptoms.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2000
A Reisterstown woman whose mother died at St. Joseph Medical Center in 1996 sued the hospital yesterday, alleging that the treatment she received there caused her death. Debra Ann McCann alleges that her mother, Freda Mae Bradshaw, died the day after she was admitted to St. Joseph because hospital staff failed to follow treatment prescribed by her physician Dr. Robert Baxt. The suit was filed in Baltimore County Circuit Court. Bradshaw, 77, of Reisterstown was suffering from a bowel obstruction, was vomiting and had abdominal pains and nausea when she was admitted at 2 p.m. July 12, 1996, according to Jay Miller, McCann's lawyer.
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