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St. Agnes Hospital (Baltimore)

Saint Agnes Hospital
Ascension Health
Geography
Location 900 S. Caton Avenue,, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Coordinates
Organization
Care system Public
Hospital type Community
Affiliated university The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the University of Maryland Medical Center
Services
Emergency department Yes
Helipad (ICAO: 12MD)
Beds 276
History
Founded 1823
Links
Website http://www.stagnes.org
Lists Hospitals in the United States

Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland is a full-service teaching hospital located at 900 S. Caton Avenue.

It is licensed and accredited with a Gold Seal of Approval from the

  • St. Agnes Hospital: Full-color postcard found in the DePaul University Libraries, Archives
  • St. Agnes Hospital: Postcard dated July 28, 1916 found in the DePaul University Libraries, Archives

Images of Saint Agnes Hospital

  • The Saint Agnes Hospital website

External links

  1. ^ QualityReport
  2. ^ Surgical Review Corporation
  3. ^ http://miemss.umaryland.edu/NewPdfs/PerinatalSysIIIb.jpg
  4. ^ http://www.stagnes.org/pdfs/FactSheet_Main.pdf
  5. ^ Our Mission
  6. ^ "150 Years of Saint Agnes Hospital". Saint Agnes Hospital. Retrieved 2012-12-31. 
  7. ^ Early Heart Attack Care
  8. ^ Chest Pain Centers: Past, Present, and Future ~ Society of Chest Pain Centers
  9. ^ Find a Lung Cancer Screening Site - IELCAP

Citations and footnotes

  • Seton Imaging Center
  • Seton Medical Group

Off-site Facilities

Saint Agnes Hospital publishes a free magazine called 360: Your Health From Every Angle. The magazine reviews new health services from the hospital and includes healthy living tips. PDF versions are available online. They also publish a Health e-Newsletter.

Publications

The Lung Cancer Treatment Center at Saint Agnes is a lung cancer screening site for the International Early Lung Cancer Action Program (I-ELCAP).[9]

Site for International Early Lung Cancer Action Program

Raymond D. Bahr, M.D. is credited with the Early Heart Attack Care (EHAC).[7] The first Chest Pain Emergency Center in the world began at Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Developed in response to sudden death problems from heart attacks in the community, the idea of having a Chest Pain Center as part of the Emergency Room along with an educational community awareness program quickly spread across the nation and around the world.[8]

Chest Pain Emergency Center

It was originally founded in 1823 under the name Baltimore Infirmary by the Daughters of Charity to provide nursing care for the poor. In 1876 the facility moved to its present location. In 1898 it became a sanitarium for patients suffering from mental illness and drug addiction. The hospital was reorganized as a full-service hospital in 1906 with the appointment of Dr. Joseph Colt Bloodgood as Chief of the Medical Staff.[6]

The first Catholic hospital in Baltimore, Saint Agnes hospital has a long tradition of Catholic health care ministry serving the people of their community with a special concern for those who are poor and vulnerable.[5]

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Chest Pain Emergency Center 2
  • Site for International Early Lung Cancer Action Program 3
  • Publications 4
  • Off-site Facilities 5
  • Citations and footnotes 6
  • External links 7

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