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Getting Closure
There have been far fewer rubs to the toe of the Christ statue ever since May 3 when the main entrance to Billings from Broadway was shuttered so that the exteriors of Marburg, Billings and Wilmer could be restored. MORE

Blue-Eyed Cicadas
Centrex operators thought they’d heard it all—until, that is, the weekend of May 15 when callers began inquiring about blue-eyed cicadas. MORE

Printed Directory
For the first time, you can update your own listing by logging onto the new Printed Directory Manager. MORE

Growing Green Spring
On its 10th birthday, Hopkins' first suburban outpatient center plans to add more space and specialists

It looks as perfect as a picture postcard, but JH at Green Spring Station still has hurdles to surmount.

Ever since it opened its doors, Johns Hopkins at Green Spring Station has been on a roll. What started as a relatively small enterprise with several dozen physicians based in one pavilion rapidly attracted additional practices and support services. Today, 10 years, additional offices and an entire second pavilion later, Green Spring has more than 235 part-time and full-time faculty physicians who treat some 300,000 patients each year. That translates into no less than $100 million worth of business for Johns Hopkins Medicine.


Patient Safety Net: Faster, Better, Safer
A new online system improves safety. MORE

Blood, Sweat and (At Last) Degrees
Graduation time! MORE

Nobel Inspiration
Since winning the Nobel Prize, Peter Agre has been keen on communicating the joy of discovery to Baltimore's students and teachers. MORE

Cool Science
Students learn Hopkins is more than the hospital you visit when someone's ill. MORE


Spring Showers
Captured in the rain. MORE


Most Published
Johns Hopkins ranks among the world's most cited institutions. MORE

Author, Author
Hopkins employees publish three new books. MORE

Food 24/7
The Espress Oasis Cafe experiments with expanded service hours. MORE


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