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February 1, 2000
North Arundel Hospital has named Dr. Robin M. Ulanow, an assistant clinical professor of surgery at George Washington Medical Center, as chief of colon and rectal surgery. Noting that colon and rectal cancer has become the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in Maryland, the hospital said Ulanow will focus on promoting early detection. Her goals in leading an expanded Colon and Rectal Surgery Department at North Arundel also include advancing surgical techniques and increasing the use of minimally invasive and laparoscopic procedures, the hospital said.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Dr. Charles J.E. Arnold, former chief of radiology at North Arundel Hospital and the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, died suddenly Wednesday of undetermined causes at his Green Spring Valley home. He was 72. The son of Dr. Emerson Victor Arnold, an internist, and Esther Jack Arnold, a homemaker, Charles Jack Emerson Arnold was born and raised in Delaware, Ohio, where he graduated from Willis High School in 1959. Dr. Arnold, who was known as Jack, earned a bachelor's degree in 1963 from Ohio Wesleyan University and attended Ohio State University for a year before earning his medical degree in 1969 from the University of Cincinnati.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIALTO THE SUN | March 14, 2002
YOU MIGHT THINK that Betty Wilkes earns a salary and, maybe, receives a benefit or two for managing a thriving gift shop. But for all the long hours the Severna Park woman puts into traveling to meet wholesalers, training her staff and simply minding the store, she isn't paid a penny. But she doesn't mind. For six years, Wilkes has been the volunteer manager of the gift shop at North Arundel Hospital, a job that she says offers her more than a paycheck ever could. Turning on her bright smile, Wilkes said, "I don't think I'd ever do this for a living, but, at least if I'm a volunteer and I goof, I'd be forgiven."
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,Sun reporter | March 23, 2007
Anne Arundel Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Medicine announced yesterday a strategic alliance, giving the Annapolis hospital a chance to take advantage of Hopkins' cachet and programs and providing Hopkins access to more suburban patients. The affiliation will mean that Arundel Medical can offer new services and that the two institutions can share the cost of developing satellite medical centers and other initiatives. It also means AMC will send some patients to Hopkins' giant East Baltimore campus for complex treatments.
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2005
You've soared from the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. You've been stuck in traffic jams on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. You've talked about the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Now, meet Baltimore Washington, the hospital. The Glen Burnie institution known as North Arundel Hospital changed its name yesterday to Baltimore Washington Medical Center. To go along with the broader reach indicated by the name, the hospital also unveiled plans for a $112 million expansion and said that it was seeking state permission to offer obstetrics for the first time.
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By Johnathon E. Briggs and Johnathon E. Briggs,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2001
North Arundel Hospital plans to break ground today for a $15 million cancer center, billed as a comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and education facility to meet the needs of cancer patients in the county, especially those who now travel long distances for care. The 44,000-square-foot, three-story building, to be named the Comprehensive Cancer Center, will be constructed on the west side of the hospital's campus in Glen Burnie. The center will house radiation and medical treatment services, a linear accelerator that delivers radiation treatments, examination rooms and suites for patients receiving chemotherapy.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Dr. Charles J.E. Arnold, former chief of radiology at North Arundel Hospital and the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, died suddenly Wednesday of undetermined causes at his Green Spring Valley home. He was 72. The son of Dr. Emerson Victor Arnold, an internist, and Esther Jack Arnold, a homemaker, Charles Jack Emerson Arnold was born and raised in Delaware, Ohio, where he graduated from Willis High School in 1959. Dr. Arnold, who was known as Jack, earned a bachelor's degree in 1963 from Ohio Wesleyan University and attended Ohio State University for a year before earning his medical degree in 1969 from the University of Cincinnati.
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By Molly Knight and Molly Knight,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2005
The way Arnold residents Joseph and Doris Aiello put it, the decision to part with $1 million came easily. What's more, the couple said that donating the large sum - which they recently pledged to North Arundel Hospital's new breast center - felt great. "You wouldn't think we would feel so wonderful about giving away this kind of money," said Joseph Aiello, who owns three JBA car dealerships in Glen Burnie and Ellicott City. "But we do." In pledging $1 million to the center, which is scheduled to open this summer, the Aiellos became one of North Arundel Hospital's largest private donors.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | May 8, 2005
In an attempt to stave off competition from higher-profile competitors, North Arundel Hospital is opening a full-service center for breast cancer patients that will allow women to move from preventative care to surgery to recovery without visiting another building. The Aiello Breast Center has begun seeing patients in the past week and will move to its own building, near the hospital's main facility in Glen Burnie, in October. Hospital administrators say the center is an unusual blend of community medicine with the more-specialized and experimental services generally offered in university hospitals.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | May 16, 2004
The demand for medical care in Anne Arundel County is growing so quickly that Anne Arundel Medical Center is looking to expand again, only two years after moving from its longtime home in downtown Annapolis to a new, 103-acre campus in Parole. Hospital officials announced in February that they were beginning a nine-month planning process for possible expansion. The same rise in demand that prompted the move to Parole is causing hospital leaders to look for new ways to grow, said Martin L. Doordan, president of the Anne Arundel Health System.
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By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | December 28, 2005
In an effort to keep pace with Anne Arundel County's growing population, the area's two hospitals are planning multimillion-dollar expansions that will take several years and add services and space. Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie will begin construction on its $112 million project early next year behind the medical center's main parking garage. The expansion will include a six-story patient tower, a women's health center with obstetrics services and an expanded emergency room.
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2005
You've soared from the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. You've been stuck in traffic jams on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. You've talked about the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Now, meet Baltimore Washington, the hospital. The Glen Burnie institution known as North Arundel Hospital changed its name yesterday to Baltimore Washington Medical Center. To go along with the broader reach indicated by the name, the hospital also unveiled plans for a $112 million expansion and said that it was seeking state permission to offer obstetrics for the first time.
NEWS
July 6, 2005
Irvin A. Senkel, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. employee and outdoorsman, died of renal failure Friday at North Arundel Hospital. The longtime Woodlawn resident was 82. Born and raised in West Baltimore, Mr. Senkel was a 1940 graduate of Polytechnic Institute. He served in the Coast Guard from 1942 to 1945 aboard a troop landing ship and participated in landings including North Africa, Sicily, Salerno and D-Day. He worked for BGE for 42 years and was a senior test man when he retired in 1984.
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July 5, 2005
On July 3, 2005 BRANTLEY SCOTT GENT, SR., of Millersville; beloved husband of Deborah Ann Gent (nee Martin); loving father of Brantley Scott Gent, Jr. and Melissa Lynn Gent; dear brother of Kenneth Gregory Gent. Friends may call at the family owned Kirkley-Ruddick Funeral Home, P.A., 421 Crain Hwy. S.E., Glen Burnie, on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M., where funeral services will be held on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment private. If desired contributions may be made to North Arundel Hospital.
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July 3, 2005
Water quality readings available online, by phone Water-sampling results from 101 county beaches are available online and by phone through Labor Day. See www.aahealth.org or call 410-222-7999. The Web site and phone line also announce emergency closings of beaches and waterways. During such times, the areas are closed to recreational uses such as swimming and other water sports. Free health screenings, panels at Arundel Mills North Arundel Hospital is offering free screenings and discussions at its Arundel Mills storefront: Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., diabetes discussion.
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June 2, 2005
GLEN BURNIE Man, 28, dies from burns, smoke inhalation after fire A 28-year-old man died yesterday after suffering smoke inhalation and burns caused by a fire in his Glen Burnie apartment. The cause of the fire appears to be accidental but is under investigation, according to a spokesman for the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. County firefighters learned of the fire at 3:40 a.m. yesterday. When firefighters arrived at the scene, they saw smoke coming from an apartment at 206 Water Fountain Court in Cromwell Fountain.
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October 5, 1999
Robert Bright, M.D., a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, has joined the staff of North Arundel Hospital.
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April 9, 2002
People Staff appointed: Five specialists have joined the staff at North Arundel Hospital. They are: internist Dr. Julius Boateng, gastroenterologist Dr. Christine Lewis, general dentist Dr. Jeffrey Molloy, and anesthesiologists Dr. Dmitry Orlov and Dr. Vilas R. Sarpatwari.
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