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Upper Chesapeake Medical Center

Jan 27, 2016

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health plans $180M expansion

The University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Wednesday announced an $180 million expansion that would include a new campus in Havre de Grace, an expansion of the medical center in Bel Air and a partnership with Union Hospital in Elkton. “We’re looking at working to realign some services in the region,” said Dean Kaster, senior […]

Sep 2, 2015

Man shoots self at Bel Air hospital

A 69-year-old man shot and killed himself at the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air early Tuesday morning, officials said. No one witnessed the shooting and no other patients, physicians or hospital employees were involved, said Martha Mallonee, a spokeswoman for the hospital. Hospital workers contacted police after the shooting, she […]

Sep 26, 2013

Added cancer centers mean patient options, provider challenges

Cancer: The word itself generates anxiety. A diagnosis can be devastating and treatment even scarier. And for many patients, the ordeal gets worse.

Sep 17, 2013

Take a tour of the Kaufman Cancer Center

Upper Chesapeake Health System's new Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Center is the first multidisciplinary, comprehensive care center in Harford County. The $60 million building has two outdoor gardens and artwork emphasizing nature, which officials say encourages healing and relaxation. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Aug 14, 2012

Suit blames deputy for reverend’s death

A sheriff deputy’s decision to stop a Good Samaritan from performing CPR on a man suffering from a heart attack ultimately caused his death, according to a $4 million wrongful death lawsuit filed Tuesday in Harford County Circuit Court.

Jun 20, 2012

Jury awards $1.5M for devastating injury from missed bacteria

A U.S. District Court jury in Baltimore has awarded $1.5 million to a 38-year-old man whose genitals were mutilated by a flesh-eating bacteria that went untreated for 58.5 hours due to a misdiagnosis in a Harford County hospital. Wednesday’s award to Glenn Marc Garczynski will be reduced to about $780,000 due to Maryland’s statutory cap […]

Oct 10, 2011

Maryland track hosts ventilator race for charity

Respiratory specialists from across Maryland are coming to Baltimore to pit their ventilator racing skills against each other — for charity. Six teams of specialists plan to push ventilators around an indoor track Friday afternoon. The race at the Baltimore campus of the University of Maryland will raise money for the American Respiratory Care Foundation. […]

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