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Human Resources Information

STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL PROFILE
2005-2006

Students and Teachers

Faculty

Full-Time Faculty 1

2,371

Part-Time Faculty 2

1,199

Students

House Staff

695

Graduate Students 3

693

Medical Students

468

Fellows 4

1,422

1 FT Faculty: core sciences 246, clinical program 2,125
2 PT Faculty: core sciences 32, clinical program 1,167
3 Ph.D. candidates 682, M.A. candidates (Art as Applied to Medicine) 11
4 Fellows in basic science departments 248, in clinical departments 1,174



   

Human Resource Information Fiscal Year 2005 (By Entity)

SOM

JHH

JHBMC1

HCGH

JHHSC2

JHCP

JHHC

JHHCG

TOTAL

Total
Employees
3

10,920

8,521

 3,296

1,639

834

608

465

393

26,676

Total
FTEs
3

 8,909

7,797

2,713

1,187

809

582

463

340

22,800

Medical
Staff
4

 ---

3,058

982

655

 ---

102

---

 --- 

4797

Registered 
Nurses
5

418

2,544

 959

552

 ---

 54

---

86

4,613

1 Acute Care Hospital and Johns Hopkins Care Center
2 Employees who work for JHHSC provide shared service (human resources, finance, planning, etc) to Health System  affiliates.
3 For hospitals, excludes medical staff and house staff; includes RNs. For SOM, includes FT faculty and house staff listed above.
4 Active, courtesy, associate staff at hospitals. For JHH and JHBMC also includes house staff (interns/residents) and clinical fellows. Includes some shared appointments.
5 Includes RNs and Nurse Practitioners

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