Maryland’s hospitals are nonprofit organizations committed to delivering health, hope and healing. The 108,000 people they employ are Caring For Maryland around the clock every day. Thanks to these employees in 60 hospitals and health systems, Marylanders have access to leading-edge, high-quality medical service across the state.

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  • EPISODE 119: Lawrence and Stallings Explain Importance of Luring Best Young Doctors to Maryland
    Feb 13, 2020
    Our second of a trio of chats from the historic Maryland Inn in Annapolis combined University of Maryland Senior Government Affairs Specialist Susan Lawrence along with Senior VP of Government Affairs Nicole Stallings of the MHA to talk about the role of hospitals locally to serve the needs of the citizens and how the legislature can assist during this General Assembly.
  • GBMC to Open New Space for Victims of Sexual Violence
    Feb 11, 2020
    Greater Baltimore Medical Center Thursday will open a new space in its hospital to treat victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking. The new space, designed to make patients feel comfortable, will open at a time when the hospital is seeing more patients.
  • Health Care Workforce Critical to Delivering Quality Care
    Feb 9, 2020
    We asked President of Johns Hopkins Hospital Redonda Miller and St. Agnes Healthcare's Care Manager of Community Outreach Javan Mangum to explain how critical a robust workforce is to delivering quality care to Maryland patients. #Caring4Md