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February 19, 1992
A memorial service for Linda Magnusson Arenth, vice president for nursing and patient services of Johns Hopkins Hospital, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the hospital's Hurd Hall, 660 N. Wolfe St.A service was held Feb. 12 at Memorial Episcopal Church for Mrs. Arenth, 59, who died of cancer Feb. 9.
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | June 6, 2013
During her first attempt at rappelling down the 28-story face of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel last summer, Mays Chapel resident Barbara Case understandably focused on making it down safely. Now, with last year's experience as reassurance that her rappel will again end safely, Case plans to take in the scenic Inner Harbor view and enjoy the atmosphere as she descends onto the hotel pool deck this weekend. “Going down, it was a beautiful day, and the windows are reflective,” Case said about last year's rappel.
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August 1, 1993
Roth named president of patient servicesShirley Roth joins the staff of Fallston General Hospital as president for patient services.Mrs. Roth served as head nurse in Fallston General's intensive and coronary care units and dialysis from 1978 through 1987.Mrs. Roth served as director of nursing, rehabilitation, renal and medical-surgical services at Good Samaritan Hospital.She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from the Johns Hopkins University and received her master's degree in administration from Central Michigan University.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 29, 2010
Louise Pearl "Cavi" Cavagnaro, a former World War II Army nurse and longtime Johns Hopkins Hospital administrator who helped end racial segregation at the East Baltimore hospital, died Thursday from complications of dementia at Roland Park Place. She was 90. Miss Cavagnaro, the daughter of Italian immigrant parents, was born and raised in Portland, Ore., where she graduated in 1937 from Franklin High School. After earning her nursing degree from Oregon Health Services University — now part of the University of Oregon — she enlisted in the Army in 1943.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 9, 1999
The Greater Baltimore Chapter of the American Cancer Society reported that it raised more than $1 million in the past three weeks in nine "Relay for Life" events held throughout the metropolitan area.More than 10,000 people participated in the relays, in which teams of about a dozen people take turns walking around an athletic track at night. Teams solicited pledges from friends and family and held mini-fund-raisers. They set up campsites near the tracks for games and socializing when it wasn't their turn to walk.
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April 7, 1992
Laura V. Riley, former nursing supervisor in the Halstead surgical unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Thursday of congestive heart failure in the Mallard Bay Nursing Center in Cambridge. She was 88.Graveside services for Miss Riley were being held today at Loudon Park Cemetery, 3801 Frederick Ave.She retired in 1969 after 10 years as head of patient services, a hospital department that handled special needs of patients and their families from out of town, including interpreters when needed for patients from abroad.
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May 26, 1991
From: Frances R. ConawayCarroll County UnitAmerican Cancer SocietyOn behalf of the Carroll County Unit of the American Cancer Society, I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make Daffodil Days '91 a tremendous success.Through the generosity of many volunteers and the publicity of the news media, the Carroll County Unit netted over $21,460. The money from the sale of daffodils will be used for patient services, transportation for treatment, medical supplies, public education and research.
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By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | November 23, 1993
Taylor Manor Hospital has laid off 25 employees and closed its intensive care unit in an effort to streamline patient services, the medical director said."
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | June 30, 1992
The new Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, which opened in May, is looking for volunteers who are personable, friendly, capable and happy.People from all over the world will be coming to this $140 million complex for medical treatment, and one of the center's goals is to make the non-medical attention as good as the medical attention.''Our volunteer corps will supply much of the non-medical support by creating an ideal and positive patient experience . . . beginning with scheduling appointments and continuing through the entire process of a visit,'' says Mine Seniye, director of the center's Office of Patient Services.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 29, 2010
Louise Pearl "Cavi" Cavagnaro, a former World War II Army nurse and longtime Johns Hopkins Hospital administrator who helped end racial segregation at the East Baltimore hospital, died Thursday from complications of dementia at Roland Park Place. She was 90. Miss Cavagnaro, the daughter of Italian immigrant parents, was born and raised in Portland, Ore., where she graduated in 1937 from Franklin High School. After earning her nursing degree from Oregon Health Services University — now part of the University of Oregon — she enlisted in the Army in 1943.
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By Andy Bridges and Andy Bridges,SUN STAFF | September 4, 2003
The Muscular Dystrophy Association has named Laurie Russell of Glyndon this year's winner of the Maryland Personal Achievement Award for her continuous efforts to raise awareness of Lou Gehrig's disease. Russell, 57, has lived with the disease - amyotrophic lateral sclerosis - for three years. She has been active in the fight to find a cure since being diagnosed, participating in fund raising and "friend-raising," which involves informing people about the disease, and serving on the board at the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | May 24, 2002
As it has done for several decades, Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville will hold a memorial service today for nearly 1,000 patients lying in unmarked graves at a cemetery known as Sunny Side. In addition to those patients, the service at 1:30 p.m. also will pay homage to 14 men, women and children whose remains were found five years ago during construction of the state's driver training course for law enforcement officers. The course is part of a $45 million police-training center, which should be completed next year on former hospital property.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 9, 1999
The Greater Baltimore Chapter of the American Cancer Society reported that it raised more than $1 million in the past three weeks in nine "Relay for Life" events held throughout the metropolitan area.More than 10,000 people participated in the relays, in which teams of about a dozen people take turns walking around an athletic track at night. Teams solicited pledges from friends and family and held mini-fund-raisers. They set up campsites near the tracks for games and socializing when it wasn't their turn to walk.
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By JONI GUHNE | February 17, 1994
Tickets are now on sale for the fifth annual Severna Park High School Rock 'N Roll Revival at 8 p.m. March 11, 12, 18 and 19. There's also a 3 p.m. Sunday matinee on March 13.Sam Scalzi, a guidance counselor, says that the cast of about 120 plus faculty, parent helpers, and set and lighting people makes this one of the year's best high school productions.Scalzi co-directs with producer (and drama and English teacher) Tom McKown. Musical director is Steve Gilmar from Anne Arundel Community College.
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By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | November 23, 1993
Taylor Manor Hospital has laid off 25 employees and closed its intensive care unit in an effort to streamline patient services, the medical director said."
NEWS
August 1, 1993
Roth named president of patient servicesShirley Roth joins the staff of Fallston General Hospital as president for patient services.Mrs. Roth served as head nurse in Fallston General's intensive and coronary care units and dialysis from 1978 through 1987.Mrs. Roth served as director of nursing, rehabilitation, renal and medical-surgical services at Good Samaritan Hospital.She has a bachelor's degree in nursing from the Johns Hopkins University and received her master's degree in administration from Central Michigan University.
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April 7, 1992
Laura V. RileyHeaded patient servicesGraveside services for Laura V. Riley, former nursing supervisor in the Halstead surgical unit at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, will be held at 2.30 p.m. today at Loudon Park Cemetery, 3801 Frederick Ave.Miss Riley, who was 88, died Thursday of congestive heart failure in the Mallard Bay Nursing Center in Cambridge.She retired in 1969 after 10 years as head of patient services, a hospital department that handled special needs of patients and their families from out of town, including interpreters when needed for patients from abroad.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | August 23, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- More than a year's work to get Medicare certification for Carroll Hospice hinges on the results of a three-day survey that will start Sept. 1.On that date, a state inspector will begin to audit all the hospice records, including patient charts, financial reports and volunteer programs."The surveyor will be looking to see if we are providing the community with optimum services to the terminally ill," said Julie Flaherty, executive director of the hospice at 30 Carroll St. in Westminster.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | August 23, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- More than a year's work to get Medicare certification for Carroll Hospice hinges on the results of a three-day survey that will start Sept. 1.On that date, a state inspector will begin to audit all the hospice records, including patient charts, financial reports and volunteer programs."The surveyor will be looking to see if we are providing the community with optimum services to the terminally ill," said Julie Flaherty, executive director of the hospice at 30 Carroll St. in Westminster.
FEATURES
By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | June 30, 1992
The new Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, which opened in May, is looking for volunteers who are personable, friendly, capable and happy.People from all over the world will be coming to this $140 million complex for medical treatment, and one of the center's goals is to make the non-medical attention as good as the medical attention.''Our volunteer corps will supply much of the non-medical support by creating an ideal and positive patient experience . . . beginning with scheduling appointments and continuing through the entire process of a visit,'' says Mine Seniye, director of the center's Office of Patient Services.
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