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The Johns Hopkins Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, ranks among the nation's premier geriatric programs and is recognized nationally for its innovation and excellence in patient care. Based on this foundation, our senior care specialists offer patients superior care and the most informed treatment recommendations.
Patients who come to the division for outpatient services are treated at the Beacham Center. Call 410-550-0925 for patient appointments. Find out more about our primary care services.
A focal point for interdisciplinary aging research and training at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, the Center on Aging and Health aims to establish a critical mass of cutting-edge, multidisciplinary science designed to optimize health in aging and to provide the necessary expertise and infrastructure for the sustainable conduct of such research and its translation into improving the health of older adults. It also serves as a training ground for the next generation of researchers on aging. For more information, call 410-955-0491 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many older adults have chronic medical conditions -- such as arthritis, heart failure, dementia, or other illnesses -- that make it difficult or impossible for them to go to their doctors’ offices. Through the Johns Hopkins Elder House Call Program (EHCP), located in Baltimore, Maryland, physicians and other health care professionals visit participants at home. For more information, please call 410-550-0931.
The Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center is a collaborative partnership between the departments of psychiatry, neurology, and geriatric medicine that offers patients comprehensive evaluation and innovative treatment to patients with a range of conditions that affect cognition and memory, including:
Call 410-550-6337 for an appointment.
The Johns Hopkins Metabolic Bone Center focuses on services designed to prevent, diagnose, and treat many kinds of bone diseases. For older adults, the clinic provides osteoporosis evaluations, which includes a bone scan, counseling, and discussion of possible treatments. Primary care providers typically refer patients. Most insurance plans are accepted.
To schedule an appointment at the Metabolic Bone Center, please call 410-550-BONE (2663) or e-mail email@example.com. Referrals are preferred and may be faxed to 410-550-3062. Medical records may be faxed to 410-550-6864.
Hopkins ElderPlus, also called PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), is a voluntary health program designed to provide and coordinate all needed preventive, primary, acute, and long-term care services so that older individuals can continue living in the community.
For more information, call 410-550-8093 or 410-550-7047.
Located in the John R. Burton Pavilion, on the campus of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, the Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center offers a range of continuing care services to the community. The facility, which is accredited by the Joint Commission and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, provides ventilator/respiratory care, inpatient rehabilitation, complex medical care, specialized wound therapy, and palliative care.
For more information, call 410-550-7642 or, for TTY, 410-550-5941.
To refer a patient for a geriatric care consultation, please contact us at 410-550-0925.
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