There have been far fewer rubs
to the toe of the Christ statue ever since May 3 when
the main entrance to Billings from Broadway was shuttered
so that the exteriors of Marburg, Billings and Wilmer
could be restored. MORE
Blue-Eyed Cicadas Centrex operators thought
they’d heard it all—until, that is, the
weekend of May 15 when callers began inquiring about
blue-eyed cicadas. MORE
Printed Directory For the first time, you
can update your own listing by logging onto the new
Printed Directory Manager. MORE
Growing Green Spring
On its 10th birthday, Hopkins' first suburban
outpatient center plans to add more space and specialists
It looks as perfect as
a picture postcard, but JH at Green Spring Station
still has hurdles to surmount.
Ever since it opened its doors, Johns Hopkins at Green Spring
Station has been on a roll. What started as a relatively small
enterprise with several dozen physicians based in one pavilion
rapidly attracted additional practices and support services.
Today, 10 years, additional offices and an entire second pavilion
later, Green Spring has more than 235 part-time and full-time
faculty physicians who treat some 300,000 patients each year.
That translates into no less than $100 million worth of business
for Johns Hopkins Medicine.