Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is a 70-bed non-profit children's hospital in Baltimore providing long-term care for children with complex health problems, such as obesity, asthma, or skin problems.
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital was founded in 1922 to take care of children with complex health problems.
In 2002, the hospital became part of the North Arundel Health Care System in Glen Burnie. That year, they promoted Sheldon Stein to be the hospital's CEO.
In 2006, the Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland Medical System jointly took cooperative control of the hospital.
The hospital has been recognized for it success in operating a program that helps overweight children keep off their weight.
The hospital has recognized Oriole third baseman Melvin Mora and his wife Gisel as major contributors to the organization.