Spring Grove Hospital Center

Spring Grove Hospital Center (SGHC), owned and operated by the State of Maryland, is located on a beautiful 200-acre campus in downtown Catonsville, Maryland. The 436-bed facility is under the governance of the Mental Hygiene Administration of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Founded in 1797, Spring Grove has a long-standing reputation for providing quality psychiatric care and treatment and is recognized as the second-oldest continuously operating psychiatric hospital in the United States. It is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).

More than a psychiatric hospital, SGHC offers dental, dietary, radiological, and rehabilitation services.

Spring Grove, in association with Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, operates a Treatment Research Unit (TRU). The hospitalís Treatment Research Program is solely dedicated to the cause and cure of schizophrenia.

Spring Grove Hospital Center Alumni Museum, at the Garrett Building, showcases a collection of photographs and drawings from throughout the hospitalís history. It also includes a small library, several pieces of period furniture, and early medical equipments.

In addition, SGHC serves as a clinical training site for students, residents, and fellows. Internship, externship, and continuing education programs are offered. The core areas of specialization include Clinical Pharmacy, Psychology, Medicine, Nursing, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, and Pastoral Counseling.

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Hartford, Connecticut | Spring Grove & Old North Cemeteries
Spring Grove Cemetery was founded by Stephen Page in 1845. Situated on 35 acres of what was then prime property, many descendants of Hartford's early families are buried here. There are also over one hundred Civil War veterans interred at Spring ...
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OAK GROVE
... growing within the area. It has a number of small lakes, Lake George, near the center and being the largest. The Rum River runs through the western part of town and Cedar Creek runs through the southeastern part. The first settler was ...
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Carter's Grove
... Historic Sites & Buildings : Carter's Grove Carter's Grove Update: Carter's Grove will be closed for an assessment of the property, grounds, and programs beginning January 2, 2003. Interpretation of rural slave family life will relocate to ...
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