The Epic Community Division initiative will include modules related to the ambulatory electronic medical record, registration and scheduling, patient portal, inpatient clinical, emergency services, ancillary systems and revenue cycle applications. Epic Community Division will be implemented at Howard County General Hospital (HCGH) and Sibley Memorial Hospital (Sibley), members of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s community hospitals.
Epic Community Division team members will be an essential part of ensuring the success of HCGH and Sibley’s transition into the Epic system. In preparation, team members will undergo Epic Certification, a rigorous and professionally rewarding achievement that will help advance careers and gain valuable leadership experiences. Those who complete the training and become certified will be required to provide two years of service payback that will begin upon their receipt of certification.
The current staff managing existing systems will be highly involved in the Epic implementation at HCGH and Sibley, and 85 additional staff members are needed for this initiative. Current Johns Hopkins Medicine employees, as well as external candidates, are strongly encouraged to apply for these Epic positions.
Available Epic Positions
If you applied previously for Epic Ambulatory First and are still interested in joining the Epic Community Division initiative, please note that you must reapply for these position(s).
- Epic Community Division Positions for Current Employees (employed by any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organization)
- Epic Community Division Positions for External Candidates (not employed by any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organization)
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- Can't find what you are looking for? Submit your question to: Epicjobs@jhmi.edu.
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