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Johns Hopkins Medicine: An Ongoing Commitment to Community
The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been an anchor in Baltimore since 1889, working under the vision of its founder: to provide care to all, regardless of race, sex or creed.
As one of the world's premier medical institutions, Johns Hopkins Medicine has the best and the brightest employees, many of whom wake up in Baltimore City, go to work in Baltimore City and call Baltimore City home. Learn how we're working together to build a healthy community.
Summer jobs for Baltimore youth since 2014
People offered service through the Community Health Partnership
Community partners and programs captured in the Community Engagement Inventory
Johns Hopkins' Commitment to Baltimore
“Johns Hopkins’ commitment to Baltimore is not new—it was inherent in the founding of our institutions and in countless initiatives in the decades since. But over the past year, we’ve been inspired by the ways you have thought anew about our connections to Baltimore and aligned your work with the health of this city.”
Read the letter from Johns Hopkins leaders Ron Daniels, Paul Rothman and Ron Peterson to the Johns Hopkins community about the continuing efforts to make the city stronger.
View Our Commitment
Since The Johns Hopkins Hospital opened its doors in 1889, we have dedicated ourselves to helping the community. Here are just a few of the many ways Johns Hopkins and its employees are committed to the community.
Living, Working and Volunteering in Baltimore City
Experience how Johns Hopkins employees are helping their neighbors through their own volunteer efforts.
People Behind the Promise
Discover the people whose efforts are transforming the way we relate to our patients and surrounding communities.
Hear what the students of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine love about their new hometown.
Community Impact Reports
HopkinsLocal Progress Report: Year One
One year after the launch of HopkinsLocal, leaders from Johns Hopkins University and Health System provided an update on the institutions' efforts to expand economic opportunities for Baltimore businesses and residents.
Our Impact 2015
Learn how partnerships with nonprofits and local community organizations improve health, education, housing, public safety, employment, and economic development within the East Baltimore community, and play a critical role in a wide variety of community and economic development projects.
HopkinsLocal: Build. Hire. Buy.
HopkinsLocal is Johns Hopkins’ firm commitment to leverage its economic power and build on existing community partnerships, projects and programs to sustain healthier, safer and more vibrant communities in Baltimore City.
BLocal: Build. Hire. Buy.
Baltimore-area businesses have joined together to expand existing programs or launch new ones to build, hire, invest, and buy locally.
Interested in finding out what's going on in your community? Have an event you’d like your neighbors to attend? Need people to volunteer at your nonprofit?
Visit the Johns Hopkins community website to trade ideas and information about what's going on in the neighborhood.