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Read this year's Message from the Division Director.
Welcome to the Division of General Internal Medicine (GIM) at Johns Hopkins. Our mission is international leadership in patient care, education, and patient-oriented research. We pride ourselves on teamwork, diversity, mentorship, transparency, creativity, and commitment. This video, featuring current GIM fellow Dr. Paul O'Rourke, gives a little insight into why we do what we do.
Hopkins GIM is home to a large, diverse group of individuals dedicated to our mission and includes more than 80 full-time faculty, 180 part-time and 30 joint faculty, 14 federally-funded post-doctoral fellows, and 200+ research staff.
Services and Expertise
We have broad clinical expertise in internal medicine. Our faculty and staff provide outpatient primary care and preventive care at 2 locations: Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center and Green Spring Station. We also provide services through our Executive and Preventive Health Program, and University Health Services, as well as subspecialty services for patients with hypertension in our Hypertension Center, and with HIV in the Moore Clinic. We also have clinical expertise in Hospital Medicine providing care for patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital on the Hospitalist Unit, Palliative Care Unit, and all over the hospital through our Comprehensive Consultation Service.
Hopkins GIM faculty and staff are awarded over $30 million in grants each year to conduct innovative research in a wide variety of areas using different methods all aimed at improving health and health care. Our faculty direct or co-direct 12 centers.
Training and Education
Hopkins GIM faculty are leaders in the training and education of learners at many different levels including:
- Medical students
- Post-doctoral fellows
- Masters and PhD students
- Post-doctoral students in the School of Public Health
Thank you for visiting our website. We invite you to take a look at what we are doing and contact us if you want to learn more. If you already know what we do and are looking for a way to help, we are always grateful for gifts or pledges to help the Division achieve our mission.