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The Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine is an international leader committed to the progress of biomedical discovery, teaching the next generation of doctors and scientists, and the improvement of health in our neighborhood and around the world. With over 550 full-time faculty members and nearly 3,000 staff members, the Department of Medicine is the largest department in the university.
We are proud to consistently be ranked as a top department for National Institutes of Health research funding and for our internal medicine residency program. Additionally, we are named to many specialty rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
The overarching mission of the Department of Medicine is to lead the world of medicine in discovery, healing, education, service delivery and in shaping public policy.
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Meet the Department of Medicine leadership and administration.
Explore our medical student, residency and fellowship opportunities.
|Allergy and Clinical Immunology||Hematology|
|Cardiology||Hospitalists (at Bayview)|
|Cardiology (at Bayview)||Immunogenetics|
|Chemical Dependence||Infectious Diseases|
|Clinical Pharmacology||Infectious Diseases (at Bayview)|
|Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism||Molecular Medicine|
|Endocrinology (at Bayview)||Nephrology|
|Gastroenterology and Hepatology||Occupational and Environmental Medicine|
|General Internal Medicine||Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine|
|General Internal Medicine (at Bayview)||Rheumatology|