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Facts & Figures

Just how big is Johns Hopkins Medicine? Take a look at the new Facts & Figures, the annual report that updates every key aspect of the $3.3 billion enterprise that JHM was in FY 2005 (up from $2.9 billion in FY 2004) for the BIG picture.

Fact: Johns Hopkins Medicine’s components directly employ more than 26,600 individuals. Combined, that’s more than any other private employer in Maryland.

Fact: JHM unites the faculty physicians and scientists of the University’s School of Medicine (SOM) with the organizations, health professionals and facilities of the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS).

Fact: In addition to the SOM, some components of Johns Hopkins Medicine are:
• The Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH)
• Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (JHBMC)
• Howard County General Hospital (HCGH)
• Johns Hopkins Community Physicians (JHCP)
• Johns Hopkins HealthCare (JHHC)
• Johns Hopkins Home Care Group (JHHCG)

Figures: Employees (2005)
SOM......................10,920
JHH.........................8,521
JHBMC....................3,296
HCGH......................1,639
JHHSC....................... 834
JHCP..........................608
JHHC..........................465
JHHCG.......................393
Total......................26,676

Faculty
full-time....................2,371
part-time...................1,199
Total........................3,570

Students
house staff..................695
grad students...............693
med students...............468
fellows.....................1,422
Total........................3,278

Want more? The new Facts & Figures is online at www.hopkinsmedicine.org/about. F&F also lists awards, honors, milestones and research highlights of 2005 as well as information on governance, leadership and finances.

Hopkins Hospitality

The secret’s out: That picturesque conference center in Mt. Washington is not just for meetings. The center’s 48 hotel rooms and historic 1855 Octagon’s eight suites can be rented out for personal use. Last fall, COO Rich Grossi hosted out-of-town guests there for his daughter’s wedding. “I always thought Mt. Washington was beautiful for meetings, but I never knew I could entertain guests there,” he says. Guests enjoyed elaborate snacks after the wedding and reception and a Sunday brunch in the Octagon. Says Grossi: “My family can’t stop talking about it.”

Info: Janet Brugger at 410-735-7695, janet.brugger@mtwashconfctr.com

HCGH Cancer Support

The Center for Breast Care at Howard County General Hospital has launched Survivors Offering Support (SOS), a support group for women with breast cancer. Newly diagnosed women are matched with survivors who share insights throughout treatment and attend training sessions annually. Info: Tina Beerman, 410-884-8450, Denise O’Neill, 410-884-4574.

The 9th Annual Cuts Against Cancer takes place at Rafet’s Hair Masters and Natural Nails (Columbia Mall) on Aug. 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and benefits HCGH’s Claudia Mayer Cancer Resource & Image Center. Details: 410-730-5910.

 

 

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