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We are fortunate to have diverse clinical settings in which to train our residents. Our rotations are offered primarily at three institutions: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
The Johns Hopkins Hospital is the flagship hospital for Johns Hopkins Medicine and is the site of our state-of-the-art Zayed Tower (opened in 2012). The hospital houses nearly 1,000 acute care beds and over 50 operating rooms. Well over 2,000 deliveries and 2,000 gynecologic/gynecologic oncology surgeries are performed at the hospital each year. This tertiary care center is where our residents will spend approximately 54 percent of their training.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Founded in 1773, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center became part of Johns Hopkins Medicine in 1984. It is a 426-bed community teaching hospital with a robust labor and delivery and obstetrics/gynecology service. There are about 1,500 deliveries and 700 gynecologic surgeries performed each year at this hospital. Our residents dedicate approximately 26 percent of their training to this site.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Greater Baltimore Medical Center is a suburban hospital located just north of Baltimore, in Towson, Maryland. This 300-bed hospital has a very busy gynecologic service (benign gynecology, gynecologic oncology and urogynecology). Our residents rotate at the medical center to expand their gynecologic training, as there are nearly 3,500 gynecologic surgeries performed annually at this site. Our residents spend about 20 percent of their training here.