Founded: Established 1898; incorporated 1901
Location: Northwest corner Calhoun and Fayette Streets, Baltimore, MD
- Dates: 1901
Notes: (Incor. 1901), outgrowth of former National Temperance Hospital of Baltimore (Incor. 1898), northwest cor. Calhoun and Fayette Sts. A general hospital for both private and free patients. There are 16 beds; board, $5 to $20 a week. Free patients must be approved by hospital committee. Dispensary attached. Treatment given to sick and injured of Maryland; free treatment, on condition that classes of Maryland Medical College may attend. The name means that cases are treated with as little use of alcoholic stimulants as possible. Management.–Under the faculty of the Maryland Medical College. Receives State appropriation (1901) $1000. Capacity, 75 beds.
Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 51-52
- Dates: 1920
Notes: Amounts appropriated for state-aided institutions, from the Maryland Manual, 1921-1922.
- Dates: 1957
Notes: The Franklin Square Hospital has purchased a 41 1/2-acre site in Baltimore county for a proposed modern general hospital of approximately 300 beds….
See: “Franklin Square Hospital Buys Site in County” Evening Sun (Baltimore) Dec. 12, 1957
- Dates: 1964
Notes: Franklin Square Hospital will move to eastern Baltimore County soon to serve 165,000 people in Dundalk, Essex and Middle River area….
See: “Hospital Will Relocated in E. County Area” News American Apr. 19, 1964
See also: “Hospital Begins Fresh Life” News American Mar. 13, 1966
- Dates: 1987
Notes: In a move designed to preserve their strength in the competitive Baltimore hospital market, Franklin Square Hospital Center and Union Memorial Hospital announced yesterday they are merging to form a new company called the Heliz Health System….See: “2 hospitals join forces in merger” Sun (Baltimore) Sep. 16, 1987