When the snow falls, roads and governments shut down. Kids get a snow day home from school. And while telecommuting has mostly brought the snow day for workers to an end, at least most of them can avoid driving in ...Read More »
Rescue helicopters land on highways. Those same birds then head, as if on a wire, to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. The revolutionary life-saving innovation came to Maryland via Dr. Cowley’s force of will. It’s been continuously perfected ...
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Three of Baltimore’s hospitals are among the 100 best in the country, according to a hospital-review newsletter. The Chicago-based Becker’s Hospital Review released its fifth annual “100 Great Hospitals in America” list Wednesday, drawing on research by its editorial team ...Read More »
A 17-year-old student shot on the first day of school in Baltimore County headed home Monday after two weeks in the hospital with firm plans to play with his dog and make tacos. Daniel Borowy, who has Down syndrome, was ...Read More »
Janice J. Eisele has been appointed senior vice president for development at the University of Maryland Medical System Foundation. In this role, Eisele will have responsibility for strategic leadership and operational oversight of the Foundation, which generates private financial contributions ...Read More »
A Caroline County man, treated at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center for a badly broken ankle, won a $1.83 million medical malpractice verdict against the hospital for failing to administer intravenous antibiotics before he was released. According to ...Read More »
Ten years after the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center partnered with the U.S. Air Force to give military medical personnel a taste of real-life trauma treatment before being deployed to a theater of combat, hospital officials say the program ...Read More »