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Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore, MD
1.Maryland General Hospital
827 Linden Ave
Maryland General Hospital offers medical care services in more than 30 specialties. With a staff of over 1,500 employees, the hospital provides education, prevention, and treatment programs for various illnesses and injuries. Maryland General Hospital has expertise in the areas of immunology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, dermatology and nephrology. The hospital offers diagnostic and treatment services for conditions related to ear, nose and throat. Its behavioral health center provides inpatient and outpatient mental health care solutions for geriatric and adult patients. Maryland General Hospital also operates an obstetrical center that offers childbirth preparation and breastfeeding classes for expectant mothers. In addition, the hospital s neuroscience department specializes in neurosurgery and pain management services.
2.Howard County General Hospital
5755 Cedar Ln
HospitalsMedical CentersEmergency Care FacilitiesSurgery Centers
Do not EVER have a baby at this hospital. My nurses were rude and forgetful. I had trouble even getting food up to my room after not eating for two days. They could not find my contractions when I was ready to push so they loaded me up with pitocin until I was screaming from the pain. They were yelling at me the whole time and when I went to get a C section they flirted with the doctor over me like I wasn't even there. They sent me home with a major infection - I couldn't even walk yet. I had to go back when my C section burst open from the infection and I had to remind the nurses constantly to change my bandages. They sent me home again with another infection - this one in my arm because the needle had slipped out and shot medicine under my skin. I ended up back in the hospital. Also while I was there they accused me of being a drug addict. They found out later it was because I had taken antacids before I went into labor. Stay far away!
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