• Johns Hopkins MedicineJohns Hopkins

    When you work at world-renowned Johns Hopkins Medicine, you are a member of one of the most revered and important healthcare facilities ever established. With a focus on patients, Johns Hopkins mission is to advance patient care, research and education. Johns Hopkins Medicine, founded in 1889, operates six academic and community hospitals, four suburban healthcare and surgery centers, and 39 primary and specialty care outpatient sites. In total, it has more than 2.8 million outpatient encounters per year.

    With 14 nursing specialties, including critical care, emergency medicine, neuroscience, pediatrics and surgery, Johns Hopkins offers exciting opportunities where nurses and other healthcare professionals can learn the most advanced technologies and help treat every type of patient. 

    Johns Hopkins Medicine’s numerous awards and accomplishments include:

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                  • Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission

    • Magnet designation for nursing

    • US News & World Report Ranked Johns Hopkins No. 3 in 2014 out of 5000 Hospitals

    • Ranked No. 1 hospital in the state of Maryland.

    • The only hospital in history to rank No. 1 by US News & World Report for 21 years in a row

    • One of nine US healthcare employers recognized by CareerSTAT as a 2014 Frontline Healthcare Worker Champion

    • Homecare Elite and Delmarva Foundation Excellence Awards

    Johns Hopkins Medicine operates the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, founded in 1912. It offers one of the most comprehensive pediatric medical programs in the country. The Center sees 92,000 patient visits and about 9,000 admissions each year. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks it among the top children’s hospitals in the nation. The Center is Maryland's largest children’s hospital and the only state-designated trauma service and burn unit for pediatric patients. It has recognized Centers of Excellence in dozens of pediatric subspecialties, including allergy, cardiology, cystic fibrosis, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, oncology, pulmonary, and transplant.   

                 

    • Average length of stay: 6.3 days

    • 85 percent of patients are from Maryland

    • Nearly 30,000 visits to the Pediatric Emergency Department

    • The only state-designated trauma center for children in Maryland

    • Designated Burn Center for all pediatric patients in Maryland

    • 45-bed regional neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), one of only two level-4 NICUs in Maryland

    • More than 660 babies treated in the NICU

    Johns Hopkins Medicine at a glance:

                 

    • 1,051 beds

    • 1,710 attending physicians

    • More than 42,000 combined full-time equivalent employees

    • 33 operating rooms 

    • 350,000 annual emergency department visits

    • 115,000 annual hospital admissions

    • Pediatric Emergency Department

    Destination: Baltimore

    Johns Hopkins 2The beautiful city of Baltimore, founded in 1729, is the 26th largest city in America and the second-largest seaport in the mid-Atlantic. No matter your desires – art, history, shopping, culture, sports or beaches — Baltimore has something for everyone. The city is in the midst of a renaissance that has unleashed a vibrancy and sophistication while retaining its historical relevance. In Baltimore’s Inner Harbor — an historic seaport, tourist attraction and landmark — you will find museums, delicious food, beaches and harbor cruises. You can shop at Harbor Place and The Gallery, both on the picturesque waterfront. If you enjoy baseball and football, Baltimore offers the MLB Orioles, which play at Camden Yards, one of the first retro major league ballparks constructed, and the NFL Ravens, which were Super Bowl champions in 2012 and 2000. And every year the annual Preakness horse race, the second race of horse racing’s coveted Triple Crown, is held at Pimlico, located in Baltimore.
     
    Baltimore has more than 225 neighborhoods, and has earned the nickname “a city of neighborhoods.” Whether buying or renting, Baltimore offers incredible diversity and myriad locations to call home. Whether you choose city living or the tranquil suburbs, an expansive public transportation system is available to get you to and from Johns Hopkins. Talking about neighborhoods, some of Baltimore’s more famous residents have included Edgar Allan Poe, Fredrick Douglass, Billie Holiday, John Waters and Babe Ruth. And let’s not forget that Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner while in Baltimore.
     
    Your Can’t Miss List of Things to See and Do in Baltimore:
                 
    • Inner Harbor
    • National Aquarium
    • Orioles Park at Camden Yards
    • Baltimore Museum of Art
    • Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum
    • Star Spangled Banner Flag House
    • Baltimore Maritime Museum
    • Fort McHenry
    • The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
     
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