When Renee Hammock has a question about her health, she doesn’t have to leave a message for her doctor or browse online forums. She can just head downstairs to the lobby of her office building.Read More »
WASHINGTON — Staffing agencies that find jobs for health care professionals should be required to obtain a license and hospitals must do more to prevent drug abuse and theft by workers, the Maryland state health department said Wednesday. The recommendations ...Read More »
HAGERSTOWN — The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene says it has revoked the license of a Boonsboro assisted-living center where an 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient was badly hurt in a fall through an unfinished floor. The agency announced the ...Read More »
Maryland health officials say the second person to die in the state from an outbreak of fungal meningitis was a person who was known to be infected and was receiving treatment. Lucy Wilson, a spokeswoman for the state Department of ...Read More »
A state work group on private laboratories that handle dangerous pathogens is holding its first meeting at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore. Tuesday’s meeting could eventually lead to greater oversight of private labs with so-called bio-containment ...Read More »
Report: Raze Mechanic because of subway jolts A private engineering study has found widespread corrosion in the parking garage beneath the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre due in part to stray electrical currents from subway trains, according to an Owings Mills ...
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A group of East Baltimore elected officials vowed Wednesday to shut down construction, public funding and permits at the $1.8 billion East Baltimore Development Inc. project, saying that the massive development effort has failed to hire local workers and companies, ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A bill creating rules for public-private partnerships would allow the state to change judiciary rules in the middle of a pending court case in which it is involved. But it wouldn’t be the first time the state has ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Proponents of a bill to require hospitals and abortion providers to report the number of pregnancies they terminate argue the measure would improve women’s health care. The bill, which the state Senate Finance Committee considered Wednesday, would require ...Read More »
Nearly 100 people seeking employment at the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East marched on the 88-acre site Thursday — the second protest there for jobs in two months. Chanting “If we don’t work, nobody works!” and “What do we ...Read More »