The original faculty of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, including such pioneers of modern medicine as William Osler, William S. Halsted, Howard A. Kelly and William H. Welch, created a curriculum designed not just to impart knowledge, but to create it. The "Hopkins Model," as it came to be known, soon was adopted by virtually every medical school in the country. From medical and graduate students to residents to clinical and research fellows, those who train at Johns Hopkins have the opportunity to engage face-to-face and work shoulder-to-shoulder with many of the world's leading physicians, scientists, nurses, pharmacists and medical educators.
The Anesthesiology Residency at Johns Hopkins is designed to create an unparalleled educational experience. Drawing upon the vast resources of one of the world's best medical facilities and the mentorship of its brilliant faculty, our residents learn to care for an extremely diverse and medically challenging patient population. In this outstanding educational environment, we train expert consultants in anesthesiology who become leaders in academic and private practice nationally and around the world.