Saint Agnes Hospital
Our 150-year history has created a strong foundation that has positioned Saint Agnes well for a brilliant future. Our commitment to healthier communities drives our medical team to continue to bring the latest in technology and medical advancements, leading to the very best that healthcare has to provide.
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Saint Agnes Hospital
1862 (by the Daughters of Charity)
900 Caton Avenue
Baltimore, Md. 21229
Saint Agnes has more than 40 physician offices across Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Howard County.
Bonnie Phipps, president and CEO of Saint Agnes Healthcare (Baltimore, Md.) is Saint Agnes Hospital’s primary spokesperson. In addition to Ms. Phipps, our medical experts are readily available for press interviews. Read more about Ms. Phipps and our experts.
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Financial Information Fiscal 2014
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Saint Agnes recently completed a $200+ million expansion that emphasizes patient safety in a high quality healthcare environment. The expansion includes a new patient tower , the new 80,000-square-foot Angelos Medical Pavilion, home to a variety of specialties, including an expanded Cancer Institute, a new parking garage, and the Hackerman-Patz House for families of patients being treated for long-term ailments.
Saint Agnes launched 360: Your Health From Every Angle in 2012. The site complements the hospitals main website and honors the successes of patients by documenting their stories in writing and through compelling videos and photographs that show the impact the hospital’s medical staff have made on the most important part of the Saint Agnes Team—our patients. Wellness Blog.
Saint Agnes Hospital is part of Saint Agnes Healthcare. Saint Agnes Healthcare includes the hospital itself, as well as the Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation, Seton Imaging, and Saint Agnes Medical Group (comprised of primary care physicians and OB/GYNs).