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What's News
Community Report
A new state regulation requires all nonprofit hospitals in Maryland to submit information on the programs they provide to the communities they serve. MORE

Match Making
March 18 was a day of celebration as senior med students learned which residency programs they’ll enter on July 1. MORE

So Long, Herlong
He has written some 1,800 dean's letters and represented Hopkins medical students to residency program directors all around the country, but now, Frank Herlong will step down as associate dean for student affairs, a post he has held for 15 years. MORE

Building a Better Workforce
The JH Health System receives $3 million for career development
 


U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao pays a call on pharmacy tech Elliott Ward.

Elliott Ward joined Hopkins as a protective services officer earning $10.38 an hour. Thanks to a career development program offered by Hopkins Hospital, he was able to train as a pharmacy technician even as he continued to draw a paycheck. Today he’s a certified pharmacy tech and earns $12.20. Ward’s long-term career goal? A pharmacist.

Committed to “growing its own” employees, The Johns Hopkins Hospital has created several career advancement programs to help people like Ward move up the career ladder as rapidly as possible. These innovative health care training programs have been remarkably effective, so much so that the federal government has taken note.

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NEWS REPORT
The New Face of JHH Human Resources
There's big changes underway! MORE
¿Se Habla Español?
With the explosion of Hispanic patients, isn’t it time to learn a little Spanish? MORE

Operation Ecuador
This past winter, a group of 10 men and women from The Johns Hopkins Hospital embarked on a medical mission to Ecuador. MORE


PROFILE

Greg Shaffer on Bayview's Bright Future
Schaffer expects that change will continue to come fast and furious. MORE

CENTERPIECE

A Dream of a Deal
Almost exactly 20 yars ago, Hopkins acquired Bayview. MORE


BRIEFCASE

A Tented Affair
Where will we put the victims of a disaster? MORE

 

Home Health Scores
JHHS gets ranked. MORE

More Space for Peds
A new pediatric medical office building is coming. MORE

New Faculty Center
At last: a bonafide faculty lounge on campus. MORE

FEATURES

Learning Disabilities Didn't Stop Them
Johns Hopkins is giving these workers a chance. MORE

Urban Cowboys
Dozens of medical students gear up to volunteer at a new, off-campus clinic for the uninsured
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PICTURE THIS

Matt Stover
The Children's Center raises money . MORE


LETTERS

Wenz Thanks
Reactions from the family. MORE

 

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