Maryland Lawsuits AgainstFrederick Memorial Hospital Inc

Baltimore, MD 21201

Frederick Memorial Hospital Inc.

According the Maryland Judiciary Case Search, Frederick Memorial, entered with that exact spelling, has been sued as the defendant in civil cases in the Maryland circuit court systems 116 times since September 2012.

  • 31 Medical Malpractice and “Other Torts”
  • 18 APA
  • 2 Civil
  • 2 Workers’ Comp

There are other search variations for Frederick Memorial such as Frederick Memorial Healthcare System, Frederick Memorial Hospital Inc., and Frederick Memorial Hospital. The majority of cases filed in the Maryland circuit court system against Frederick Memorial were in the Frederick County Circuit Court, however 2 cases were filed in the Washington County Circuit Court, 2 cases in Baltimore County, 1 case in Allegany County, 1 in Carroll County, 2 in Montgomery County, and 1 additional case was filed in the Prince George’s County Circuit Court.

Out of the 116 cases filed in the Maryland circuit court system Frederick Memorial since September 2012, 61 are closed and inactive. Additionally, 28 are closed, 12 are closed and active, and 11 are open

Some of the law firms that most frequently represent Genesis Healthcare include: Kaslick & Prete, LLC, Kramon & Graham, P.A., and Anderson, Coe & King, LLP.


About Frederick Memorial

Frederick Memorial Hospital has 233 licensed beds, and is the only hospital located in Frederick County, Maryland. With over 2,700 employees, Frederick Memorial is one of the largest employers in Frederick County. The Frederick Memorial facility is the hub of a much larger Frederick Regional Health System (FRHS).



Frederick Memorial Hospital in the news

In 2003, a family was awarded nearly $1 million in an award for wrongful death of a 79-year-old father who died of sepsis and organ failure due to worsening conditions after removal of the gallbladder. The family sued Frederick Memorial Hospital for failure of the nurse to update the doctor of the father’s worsening condition which led to his death. The key issues that led to this medical malpractice case, where stated to be: the patient was complaining of severe pain and was not fixed, a tube that was needed was not inserted in a timely manner, and the patient had vomited. These are the issues that were reported to be ignored and led the father to worsening condition.

Last updated November 15, 2019

All data below is as according to the MD Judiciary, As of: 9/26/2012. Data Policy

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