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St. Agnes Hospital stands as a testament to history and healthcare excellence in Baltimore, Maryland.
In 1862, The Daughters of Charity began St. Agnes, carrying on their centuries-old mission of service. The first Catholic hospital in Baltimore, St. Agnes was originally created to provide nursing care for the poor. The facility moved to its present location in 1876 and was reorganized as a full-service hospital in 1906.
In addition to being a leader in the fields of technology and Community Value, Saint Agnes is also blazing paths to the future of medicine with TomoTherapy, the most advanced radiation oncology treatment available. TomoTherapy allows doctors to pinpoint cancer with unprecedented clarity and treat it more effectively, with minimal damage to healthy tissue.
Other key services at St. Agnes Hospital include: The St. Agnes Cancer Center, The Chest Pain Emergency Center, Cardiovascular Services, Women’s Health Services, The Joint Connection, The Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery and Telemedicine and the St. Agnes Emergency Department, which includes Pediatric, Adult and Urgent Care Emergency Centers. St. Agnes also supports off-site facilities such as the Seton Imaging Center .
If Baltimoreans are famous for anything, it’s their talent for enjoying life to the fullest. How else can you explain the region’s number of fabulous restaurants, with an astonishing array of cuisines from haute to howdy (plus every ethnic menu you can think of)! Topping it all off is the world-famous Chesapeake Bay cuisine — it doesn’t get any better than crabs at Obrycki’s.
After you’ve had a chance to sample the food and drink, you’ll find plenty to do and see in beautiful Baltimore. Visit the birthplace of Babe Ruth, take in an Oriole’s game at gorgeous Camden Yards, or spend time in the heart of Baltimore’s renowned Inner Harbor. Harborplace and The Gallery feature a mix of 101 unique shops, 16 sit-down restaurants and 40 diverse eateries, and live entertainment on the waterfront. Also on the waterfront is the world famous National Aquarium, an amazing aquatic environment featuring more than 14,000 animals!