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Check out the stories below to learn more about the latest happenings involving the people and programs at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.


Nine-Year-Old Fights Diabetes

November 3, 2011

One mom talks to WBAL-AM about how she spotted the warning signs for Diabetes in her 9-year-old daughter, who also tells us what it's like to live with Diabetes Type 1.

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Receives Grant from Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

August 25, 2011

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is proud to announce that it received a $12,500 "Quality of Life" grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The money will help Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital purchase Bioness® equipment for its Adaptive Equipment Rehabilitation Clinic (the clinic). The clinic works with patients with neuro-motor disorders to maximize their movement as much as possible given their physical limitations.

CEO Sheldon Stein, BD Chair Lawrence C. Pakula, Sen. Lisa Gladden, and Dr. Richard Katz

Maryland Lawmakers Recognize 90th Year for Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital

March 31, 2011

Members of the Maryland General Assembly recognized Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital recently, for embarking on its 90th year of treating the children of the Baltimore region. HR27 was introduced by District 11 Democrat Dan K. Morhaim in order to celebrate Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital’s decades...

Few Schools Embracing Concussion Test

Few Schools Embracing Concussion Test

March 2, 2011

A family from our Concussion Clinic wants to get the word out about the need for more concussion testing for athletes. Watch this story from WBAL-TV.

Race to Nowhere

'Race to Nowhere'

February 2, 2011

In this article from Maryland Family Magazine, Dr. Gelfand, an expert in child psychology, talks about kids and stress -- also the topic of a recently released documentary called "Race to Nowhere."

NP Barbara Moore examining Katie

Flushing Out Lead, Metals With Chelation Therapy

January 3, 2011

Sherri Oliver takes a two-hour bus ride from the Eastern Shore of Maryland to Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore to have her 6-year old daughter Katie Dail seen at the hospital's lead treatment program. Katie has dangerously high levels of lead in her blood. Katie has bright brown eyes but has trouble making eye contact. She also has autism.