March 16, 2015 — A 24-hour channel available only on hospital televisions calms restless nerves and makes way for restful healing.
Through a bank of evergreens, broad, snowy mountains stand watch over a lake. Moments later, Pacific waters lap at a crystal-white beach. In the background, piano and guitar music provide a gentle soundtrack.
You’re not hiking in glacier National Park or along the Oregon coast; you’re actually in a patient room at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, where the television is tuned to the C.A.R.E. Channel.
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