Skip Navigation
Search Menu

Print This Page
Share this page: More

Emergency Medicine

Our Department: World Class Medicine 


The Johns Hopkins Emergency Department treats the full spectrum of patients, and plays a pivotal role in the Johns Hopkins health care system, medical education programs, and research efforts. As such, the Department of Emergency Medicine is recognized nationally and internationally for excellence in patient care and innovative programs. The Department is also closely aligned with other Johns Hopkins Hospitals and their Emergency Departments, especially for the training of residents, and has a number of interesting projects and collaborations around the globe.

Our Emergency Department: Patient-Centered Care

Hopkins Emergency Entrance 1

Our Emergency Department is located at the front of The Johns Hopkins Hospital with access to nearby parking. A high degree of  patient privacy and comfort provides patients and families with a caring environment.

In addition, the department offers a world-class environment for teaching, research and the practice of medicine.

Need to call us? 

Main Emergency Department phone number: 410-955-2280

Our Residency Program: Innovative, Dynamic, Fast-Paced


Our emergency medicine residency program is one of the most dynamic in the U.S, offering residents the opportunity to work and learn in a large urban hospital setting surrounded by some of the brightest medical minds in the country. The program features a four-year track, which provides residents with the opportunity to spend their final year focusing on an area of interest, locally and potentially internationally, so they can develop expertise in a specialty. This is called the Focused Advanced Specialized Training (FAST) Program.

Our Faculty: Experienced, Engaging, Challenging


From international health to disaster response to cardiac and infectious disease our faculty are nationally and internationally-recognized leaders in Emergency Medicine. Our faculty also serve on local and national medical organizations, as editors and writers for textbooks and journals, as well as advisors to organizations such as the Institute of Medicine, Centers for Disease Control and the Department of Homeland Security.