Location Profile

Baltimore, Maryland

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Baltimore, Maryland and offers specialized care. State-of-the-art technology and innovative care set it apart from other providers in the area and make it one of the premier centers in the area. With a dedicated history that spans over 50 years, the provider is a care leader. Services include rehabilitation, acute care, nursing, behavioral health, and other needs.

Community Overview

Baltimore is also known as Charm City, and it definitely lives up to that nickname. With an abundance of great activities, beautiful parks, a rich cultural scene, and fantastic food to enjoy, it’s a city that never lets you down. Baltimore has been named one of the top places to visit, a hot foodie town, and is consistently named listed as a top city by various publications. Nicknamed Charm City, Baltimore is a city that appeals to everyone. You’ll quickly discover its charm after just a few days in this vibrant and diverse city. Thriving music city, inspiring literary hub, and award-winning food destination -- Baltimore is all of these things and more. The city is dotted with intriguing and delightful neighborhoods. From Federal Hill with its flourishing shopping and dining to Mount Vernon’s many cultural spots, the character of Baltimore is rich and prime for exploring in all of its nooks and crannies. Baltimore offers a variety of ways to explore it, with transportation options including bus, light rail, a short subway line, and city shuttle. A water taxi is at the Inner Harbor to take passengers to major tourist destinations in the area.

Learn more about Baltimore and what it offers at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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The public school district is the Baltimore City Public School System, one of the largest school districts in the state. There are 48 elementary schools, 73 elementary/middle schools, 6 middle schools, 11 middle/high schools, and 25 high schools in the district. The district also includes 1 K-12 school and 1 Pre-K to K school. All district students receive free breakfast and lunch at no cost, plus students participating in supervised after school activities at a school receive free supper and snacks. A range of technology including collaborative learning spaces, media centers, interactive smartboards, and other innovative developments makes the schools engaging and fun for students. All school curriculums are well-rounded and emphasize not only the basics of language, math, and science, but also art, technology, world languages, and other topics. More than 50 extracurriculars in athletics and the arts are available within the district. In the classroom, students enjoy a low student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. The district has 34 of its high schools listed by U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools. A total of 3 these high schools are also ranked by U.S. News and World Report as some of the top 1,500 schools in the country. Baltimore also has 47 private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Baltimore’s shopping scene is diverse, vibrant, and expanding all the time. The city has a delightful mix of renowned national brands, charming local boutiques, and one-a-kind stores bursting with merchandise. Many items that are here can’t be found anywhere else and that’s part of the fun of shopping in Baltimore throughout its various districts. Down on the Inner Harbor area is Harborplace and the Gallery, a place for well-known brand names and local favorites. Upscale shopping awaits at Harbor East and all kinds of artisan pieces can be found at the Highland A & E District. Continue your shopping trip through Baltimore by traveling to Federal Hill, Hampden, and Cross Keys for boutiques galore, and stop by the Antique Row area to find a wonderful selection of antique shops. Whether you’re shopping for an exquisite new piece of home decor or just browsing for some new clothes, the array of shopping options won’t fail to impress. When it's time to browse for groceries you have a ton of choices for fresh local food thanks to the abundance of farmer’s markets that dot the city selling produce, cheese, and deli meats. Stores like Safeway, Streets Market & Cafe, Harris Teeter, and Whole Foods will let you browse for all of the pantry staples you need.

Known for its world-class arts scene, Baltimore is a city for those who love to be entertained. Theaters such as the Hippodrome, Everyman Theater, Center Stage, and the Chesapeake Theater Company offers theatrical productions throughout the year. Baltimore features more than 10 touring Broadway shows plus includes an assortment of children’s shows of beloved characters. Baltimore even has 3 designated arts districts. Numerous several galleries, music venues, and independent theaters call it home. The city also has the highly-regarded Baltimore Symphony and Baltimore Ballet Company.

More than 20 museums that cover a variety of topics from art to industry are in Baltimore. Baltimore Museum of Art holds nearly 100,000 works of art including modern and contemporary pieces. The Walters Museum of Art is also a premier art lover’s destination and boasts art from around the world that spans 55 centuries. Both art museums are free. Port Discovery Children’s Museum is a fun interactive learning center for families and offers 3 floors of exhibits. Even more discovery can occur at the Maryland Science Center where you can do science experiments, watch the stars at the planetarium, and see larger-than-life films at the IMAX. When it comes to history, Baltimore has plenty of sites that chronicle its storied past. The Baltimore Museum of Industry is a thorough and entertaining collection of exhibits related to the industries and the companies that put Baltimore on the map. Permanent exhibits cover Baltimore’s canning, garment, and steel industries plus temporary exhibits are rotated each year.  Also recommended is the B&O Railroad Museum, a great look at the history of railroads with exhibits, train rides, and kid’s activities. Literature lovers can’t miss their chance to visit the Edgar Allan Poe House, the former house of the beloved horror writer, and the breathtaking George Peabody Library. African-American culture is wonderfully showcased at The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum -- both will give you an appreciation for the history, heritage, and cultural contributions of African-Americans in Baltimore and the US. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Hampton National Historic Site is a perfect visit for history lovers. The site of the Battle of Baltimore in 1814, its gallant flag inspired Francis Scott Key to write the beloved Star-Spangled Banner, the U.S.’s official anthem.

As this is a city that loves its teams, sports lovers will have plenty to cheer about in Baltimore. Home of the 3-time World Series champion Baltimore Orioles and 2-time Super Bowl Baltimore Ravens, the city becomes electric during game days. People are friendly and clad in their favorite team’s colors and various game day events pop up throughout Baltimore. Other teams in the city include the Major Arena Soccer League Baltimore Blast and the Baltimore Brigade, an American Football League franchise. College sports include the Blue Jays at John Hopkins University.

Baltimore will satisfy both the adventurous spirit and nature lover with its wonderful amenities. The Maryland Zoo has more than 1,500 animals and if you want to get a look at life under the sea, visit the National Aquarium. Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore has plants from tropical, desert, and Mediterranean regions, plus a number of lovely outdoor gardens. Also full of lush green grounds and plants is the Cylburn Arboretum, a 200-acre garden teeming with hundreds of trees, multiple gardens, assorted trails, and an educational learning center. Druid Hill Park is just a small part of the more than 4,000 acres that make up Baltimore’s parks. As one of the largest parks in America, it’s popular with families and offers many ways to have a great day. Playgrounds, sports fields, tennis courts, and several trails are here to enjoy. Roosevelt Park is the home of an 11,000-square-foot skate park, several swimming facilities, and other kid-friendly offerings.

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Crime Rate

You’ll be safe in Baltimore as the city has a dedicated police department that works hard to protect the city. There are more than 3,200 sworn officers on the police force and each patrol officer works 4 10-hour patrol shifts a week. The city engages in a community-oriented policing approach and has a variety of crime prevention programs including Crimestoppers, Neighborhood Watch and partnerships with local business and community leaders.

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