At Johns Hopkins Medicine, providing prompt communication and collaborating with our patients’ physicians is among our top priorities. To refer a patient or for assistance in navigating our health system, we have several resources available for your convenience:
- The Johns Hopkins Online Physician Directory
- The Hopkins Access Line (HAL)
- Johns Hopkins USA – For Patients Outside of Maryland
- Johns Hopkins International Patient Services
Additional Information for Referring Physicians
- Access to Your Patient's Records
- Continuing Medical Education
- Clinical Trials
- High Amenities Facilities
- Executive Health Program
Refer a Patient
- The Johns Hopkins Online Physician Directory – A comprehensive online physician directory where you can find a Johns Hopkins physician by name or specialty. You can also search by location, language and gender to find a doctor that is right for your patient. You will be able to browse physicians’ education and training background, as well as areas of expertise and certification.
- Johns Hopkins USA – A single point of contact to help you identify the appropriate specialist for patients who reside outside of Maryland. To speak with a Johns Hopkins USA representative, please call our toll-free number, 1-855-695-4872 or email JHUSA@jhmi.edu.
- Johns Hopkins International Patient Services – Our dedicated coordinators can arrange all aspects of your international patients’ medical care, paying special attention to personal, cultural and travel-related needs. For assistance, please call +1-410-502-7683, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit John Hopkins International’s website.
Additional Information for Referring Physicians:
- Access to Your Patient’s Records – Our Office of Referring Physicians ensures that all documents, including inpatient discharge summaries and outpatient clinic notes are sent to referring physicians in a timely manner. You can also have secure online access to your patients’ records one day after the patient’s visit to Johns Hopkins. For more information, please visit our web site, or call 410-502-2737 or 800-759-7734.
- Continuing Medical Education –The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education (OCME) strives to provide up-to-date clinical and research information in educational formats so that participants are able to improve their knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviors, and the clinical outcomes for their patients.
OCME sponsors conferences and workshops, including hands-on and skills-training, home study courses, visiting clinical fellowships, practicums, and preceptorships, other enduring materials including print, video, audio and Internet CME, as well as innovative and interactive formats of distance education. For information about Johns Hopkins CME programs, please visit our web site.
- Clinical Trials – At Johns Hopkins Medicine, our physicians and researchers are always enrolling patients for hundreds of ongoing clinical trials, including multi-center national studies. In addition to evaluating the efficacy and safety of new therapies, these trials evaluate better diagnostic processes, the effectiveness of disease-prevention strategies, and ways to improve the quality of life for patients. Search clinical trials to learn more about upcoming studies and how to participate.
- High Amenities Facilities – The Johns Hopkins Hospital provides deluxe accommodations for adult patients in our Marburg Pavilion, located in the historic Marburg Building. A limited number of private rooms and two-room suites are available for an additional charge. They feature fine wood furniture, private baths, entertainment centers, and an array of services, including expanded dining menus and overnight sleeping accommodations for family members. Call 410-614-4456 for more information.
- Johns Hopkins Executive Health Program – Our Executive Health Program provides corporate executives a comprehensive health assessment and preventive strategy, paying special attention the needs of busy executives and their families. Evaluations are scheduled for one day, with a possible second day if additional tests are required. Before their appointment, patients are assisted with medical appointments and travel arrangement. If needed, language interpretation and translation of medical records are provided for international patients and guests.
To make an appointment or for more information, contact:
The Johns Hopkins Executive Health Program
601 North Caroline Street, Suite 7165
Baltimore, Maryland 21287-0942 USA
Phone: 1-888-544-1340 or 410-955-9819