Malpractice, CME, vacation and health benefits are provided. Shifts include overlap with advanced practitioners and fulltime neonatologists who provide back up for emergencies. Call is in house. This is an ideal role for a physician who desires time off to participate in hobbies, spend time with family and/or prefers to travel. GBMC is located in Baltimore County with ideal proximity to the beauty of western MD and the MD & DE beaches, the City of Baltimore (Camden Yards, Inner Harbor, M & T Bank Stadium, Aquarium and wide variety of restaurants), The Chesapeake Bay, and Washington, DC metro area.For more information please contact Maria A. Pane, MD, Interim Head, Division of Neonatology at (443) 849-2792.
July 18, 2013 was the scariest day of our lives. Our daughter, Journey, was born at 23 weeks and 1-day gestation. She only weighed 1.3 lbs., just a little more than a can of beans.
Our fraternal twins, Dylan and Reagan, were born at 33 weeks and 2 days on October 14, 2018, and their Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) journey started the same day. My husband Chris and I felt helpless and it seemed as if nothing could’ve consoled our heartache and worry.
If there's a "red flag" of concern that my son Preston can raise, he will wave that flag with gusto. It was that way during pregnancy and he absolutely continued the trend with his birth.
She may be relatively new to GBMC, but Mary Ford, CRNP, a nurse practitioner in Labor and Delivery, has been a nurse for more than 40 years and a nurse practitioner for 16 years. "If I didn't care about people, I wouldn't be in it for a lifetime career."