LifeBridge Health will begin unveiling this week upgrades and other improvements it pledged just over a year ago when it bought the former Bon Secours Hospital, long a linchpin in the health of West Baltimore.
"This collaboration is just an example of Baltimore City at its best," Ctiy Schools CEO Sonja Santelises said. "This critical partnership builds upon City Schools' comprehensive plan to safely host additional in-person learning opportunities while combating the spread of COVID-19 in Baltimore City."
As Marylanders get ready to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, state health leaders want to use the day to spark a statewide conversation on COVID-19 vaccine concerns. Interim Chief Medical Officer for the University of Maryland Medical System, Dr. Michelle Gourdine, joined Fox 45 Morning News.
Jan 8, 2021
- Baltimore Business Journal by Morgan Eichensehr
More than 250 organizations including the Maryland Hospital Association, major local insurers Kaiser Permanente and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, and Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine are throwing their support behind a new bill that aims to increase health equity in some Maryland communities.
Dr. Norvell Coots, the president and CEO of Holy Cross Health, called the general’s visit an honor. “The Holy Cross team has been working tirelessly throughout this pandemic to care for our community and one-another. Knowing that our feedback is important and will be used to support the national fight against COVID-19 is really a boost for our colleagues and our community,” Coots said.
Dec 31, 2020
- Carroll County Times by Bob Blubaugh
“I’m very optimistic about the future, but I don’t want the community to have a false sense of security, either,” Carroll Hospital President Garrett Hoover said. “Masks, social gatherings in small groups, all of those public health announcements you’ve heard time and time again — please don’t let your guard down. Now is not the time.”