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Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership

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For many people, the road to better health is not as simple as one visit to the doctor. The Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership (J-CHiP) is committed to helping patients in East Baltimore to get and stay healthy through comprehensive care that is easy to access.

Whether it’s a visit from a home care nurse or community health worker, help with getting medications and keeping them straight, counseling or a neighborhood fitness program, the program is designed to provide it through a team of health care workers who coordinate care as needed. The program not only enables residents to work toward good health, it can also help prevent unnecessary hospital stays and keep costs down.

As seen in the 2016 Biennial Report. Learn more.

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For Patients
Find out how to get the care you need with the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership. 

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For Providers
Learn how you can support the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership. 
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Where to Receive Care
Patients can receive care at convenient neighborhood sites.

Leading the Change in a New Era of Healthcare

Seeking to improve the health of East Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership provides a new model for transforming health care delivery in an urban environment.

Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership 101

J-CHiP is redefining Johns Hopkins’ role in keeping the community well through novel partnerships between caregivers, neighborhood associations and patients.