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Carina García gave birth at Bayview, where Hispanic patients have surged.

¡Hola Hopkins!
Baltimore’s burgeoning Latino community arrives on the scene

Shortly after Carina Garcia, a native of Mexico, arrived in Baltimore, she became pregnant with her second child. Uncertain of where to turn, she asked acquaintances for advice. They all suggested Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Carina had spotted the hospital’s free mobile clinic, Care-A-Van, at Centro de la Comunidad, the Hispanic community center on Eastern Avenue, so she had a good feeling about Bayview. Before long, she was receiving prenatal care there.


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Michael Armstrong funds a new education building; House keys 4 U; Flu flash.
Hospitalists aplenty; Prized ties; School of Medicine is número dos; Bayview launches a palliative care program; parking solutions.
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Celebrating 25 Years of Neuroscience Research
The department celebrates its silver anniversary with a star-studded symposium.
AWJ, Plus Extra Credit
Catherine DeAngelis, editor of JAMA, is the featured speaker at A Woman’s Journey.
More Saints to the Rescue
Yet another Hopkins team is dispatched, this time to help earthquake victims in Pakistan.
Teach for the Health of It
Bayview offers nurses an opportunity to get the education needed to be college teachers.
Help Wanted!
Lab scientists needed for bench work in Singapore’s Biopolis.
Rx for Patient Safety
A new plan may be the elixir that will sort out all those pills and potions.

Doing Our Part
As the global war on terror wears on, the Health System is taking care of military families.
Geriatrics Ventures North
A geriatric niche is growing at Keswick.
The GED: Just the Beginning
Earning a high school diploma is hard work.
On the Job with: Phyllis Cheatom
This veteran hostess takes pride in getting conference catering just right.
Time Off with: Peter Attia
Meet the 115th person to swim California’s Catalina Channel.
Seeing Is Believing
Ten-year-old Sarah Hill hasn’t let a rare eye disease slow her down.

Our Very Own
Talmesha Richards blends breast cancer research with cheerleading for the Ravens.

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