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List and profile of top medical colleges in Maryland, including postal codes, mailing address, official website, M.D. curriculum information and teaching hospitals within the state of Maryland. Screenshot for each medical program is also included. See below for brief information of each medical school and related resources on the Internet about Maryland and medical education.
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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Teaching Hospitals Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Primary teaching hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical teaching or training is carried out.
Teaching hospitals Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins at Bayview Medical Center, Sinai Hospital.
Curriculum Address: 733 N Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21205
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school.)
Four-year M.D. program curriculum JHUSOM transitions to new curriculum in 2009: Yr1 clin skills; Yr1-2 longitudinal clerkship;emphasis on human variability/complex interaction of biology/systems in terms of disease; behavioral/social sci taught in intersession wks.Clin curriculum includes 7 core & 3 advanced clerkships, intensive care & chronic care rotations; prominent use of simulations in Y2 transitional & Yr4 capstone courses.

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine

Teaching Hospitals Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
Primary teaching hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical teaching or training is carried out.
Teaching hospitals National Naval Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center.
Curriculum Address: 4301 Jones Bridge Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school.)
Four-year M.D. program curriculum The School of Medicine's (SOM) curriculum is designed to graduate competent, compassionate, dedicated physicians to serve beneficiaries of the military and the public health service. The SOM places emphasis in areas critical to the uniformed physician: Trauma and Emergency Medicine, Infectious Disease and Parasitology, Humanities and Behavioral Sciences and Principles of Leadership and Teamwork.

University of Maryland School of Medicine

University of Maryland School of Medicine

Teaching Hospitals University of Maryland School of Medicine
Primary teaching hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical teaching or training is carried out.
Teaching hospitals Baltimore VA Medical Center, Franklin Square Hospital, Maryland General Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, Sinai Hospital, St. Agnes Hospital, Union Memorial Hospital, University of Maryland Medical Center.
Curriculum Address: 655 W Baltimore St S, Baltimore, MD 21201
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school.)
Four-year M.D. program curriculum The curriculum at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is designed to prepare individuals for academic success during medical school, and to help students develop skills and attitudes to be life-long learners throughout their careers in medicine. Laptops are required for study, lab exercises and exams. A curriculum description is available on a school-based Website.

Maryland: climate and weather

The climate in Maryland is temperate with frequent rainfall. The average maximum temperature is 31 C, the minimum temperature is -2 C. Rainfall is highest from July to September.

Attractions in Maryland

Baltimore

The city is undoubtedly a popular attraction for visitors. A special visitor magnet is the Inner Harbor. Water taxis connect the main points of the city. The Baltimore Maritime Museum or the Maryland Science Center are particularly interesting.

Annapolis

The capital is 50 kilometers from Baltimore. The historic city center is particularly worth seeing. another attraction is the U.S. Naval Academy. Naval officers are trained here and visitors can take part in tours.

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park

The canal was built to connect Washington DC to Pittsburgh. It has remained unchanged since 1828 and extends from Cumberland to Georgetown. The route is particularly interesting for mountain bikers.

Ocean City

The ten-mile beach on the Atlantic attracts many visitors every weekend.

Baltimore helicopter tour

If you are flying high, you should not miss a helicopter flight over Blatimore. From a bird's eye view, passengers have a breathtaking view of the city.

Fort McHenry

The former fort was bombed during the British-American war on the night of September 14, 1814. This battle was one of the most important in the British-American war. Today it is a memorial and the ceremonial change of flags always attracts visitors.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge

With a length of 37 kilometers, it is one of the largest bridge tunnels worldwide. The first construction phase was built between 1960 and 1964. It was completed between 1995-1999. It connects Hampton Roads, Virginia to the Delmarva Peninsula. The construction of the bridge became necessary because otherwise the route was several hundred kilometers long.

Assateague Island

This uninhabited island stretches from Maryland to Virginia. It is 60 kilometers long. There are sandy beaches, bays and marshland. What is special about the island are the still wild ponies. The island is open to tourists.

Rivers and Lakes in Maryland

Maryland is characterized by the many lakes and rivers where you can go white water rafting, boating or just relax. a special highlight is Great Falls. They are the wildest rapids in the Potomac. There is an approximately eight kilometer long hiking trail that gives a breathtaking view of the floods of the river.

There are other lakes in Garrett County. Here lies the Deep Lake, the largest lake in Maryland with many leisure facilities. Water skiing, sailing, swimming or canoeing make for an adventurous stay.

In general, this region is full of waterways just waiting to be explored by visitors. A visit to the island promises to be an eventful day, because where you can still see wild ponies roaming free. Another attraction on the island is the lighthouse from 1867.

The story of Maryland

Maryland got its name from Lord Baltimore, who named the area after Queen Henrietta Maria (wife of King Charles I of England). The first Catholic bishopric and the first Catholic cathedral in the United States were established in Maryland; religious tolerance was generally higher here than in the other colonies. On April 28, 1788, Maryland became a complete U.S. state. Politically, Maryland is more of a Blue State, that is, a supporter of the U.S. Democratic Party.

When the British tried to capture Fort McHenry near Baltimore in 1814 and the U.S. flag was still flying over the fortress the next morning, Francis Scott Key wrote the United States national anthem. Maryland abolished slavery in 1864 and sided with the northern states.

The first settlers came to Maryland in 1634. The state was the only Catholic among the Protestant colonies. It was here that the first Catholic bishopric and the first Catholic cathedral in the United States emerged.

In the 17th century there were clashes between the various faith groups of Catholics, Anglicans and Puritans. In 1649 the Maryland Tolerance Law came into being. It expressly tolerated other denominations and has since been the forerunner of the 1st Amendment.

In the 1760s, the state came back into the public eye through the construction of the Mason-Dixon line. The namesake was the geometers Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, who were supposed to draw this line to arbitrate due to territorial disagreements between the Penn and Calvert families. This border traditionally separates the southern states from the northern states. The country's capital, Washington DC, emerged a little later

The state made a name for itself during the War of Independence. The British had tried unsuccessfully to gain access. The decision was made in the Battle of Baltimore in the defeat of the British. The troops were then honored by President George Washington as the "savior of the nation".

Today Maryland is one of the richest states in the United States. The main economic factor was initially fishing. Since then, the state has continued to grow. Today Maryland is the center for technology and space.


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