From left to right: Greg Rex, Mary Hayes, Janet Harding,
Dr. Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, Beverly White-Seals and
Every employee at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System (JHH/JHHS) brings distinct insights based on his or her combination of gender, age, culture, ethnicity, religion, abilities, sexual orientation, education, personality, world experience and upbringing.
At the JHH/JHHS, those differences are a powerful asset, because they reflect the diverse nature of our global staff and patients.
Maintaining a diverse workforce ensures that our employees are able to communicate effectively with each other and with visitors, patients and family members.
We firmly believe that patient and family center care and operational excellence is enhanced by our diverse workforce where everyone is empowered to make a difference.
Should you have any questions about diversity and inclusion initiatives, please contact the Office of Workforce Diversity.