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Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
Johns Hopkins Medical System
University of Maryland Medical System
Geography
Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Organisation
Care system Private, non-profit
Services
Emergency department No
Beds 70
History
Founded 1922
Links
Website home page
Lists

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is a 70-bed non-profit children's hospital in Baltimore providing long-term care for children with complex health problems, such as obesity, asthma, or skin problems[1].

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History

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital was founded in 1922 to take care of children with complex health problems[2].

In 2002, the hospital became part of the North Arundel Health Care System in Glen Burnie. That year, they promoted Sheldon Stein to be the hospital's CEO[3].

In 2006, the Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland Medical System jointly took cooperative control of the hospital[4].

Programs operated

The hospital has been recognized for it success in operating a program that helps overweight children keep off their weight[5].

Major contributors

The hospital has recognized Oriole third baseman Melvin Mora and his wife Gisel as major contributors to the organization[6].

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