Think back to your white coat ceremony or a social event thrown by the student or house staff association, and you’ll know exactly how much The Johns Hopkins Medical & Surgical Association added to your Hopkins experience.
Then keep in mind that the JHM&SA counts on members like you to fund and enhance all of our programs and initiatives. Your tax-deductible membership contribution ($60 is suggested, but other amounts are welcomed) can make all the difference in how a medical student, graduate researcher, fellow or resident remembers his or her time in East Baltimore. For example:
- Funding is provided to the Annual Johns Hopkins Young Investigators’ Day ceremony to honor a select group of bright medical researchers.
- Funding is provided to student organizations such as the Medical Student Senate and the Graduate Student Association, among others to help enhance their quality of life during their time at Johns Hopkins.
- Often the most recognized symbol of a doctor, the first-year medical students receive a stethoscope as a gift from The Association.
- The Association provides annual support to The Family Center Gift Fund, which provides tuition assistance for children of our postdoctoral fellows, house staff and students.
You may make your contribution using the box on this page, or you may mail a check or credit card information to:
The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association
750 E. Pratt Street, Suite 1700
Baltimore, MD 21202
Additional Charitable Contributions
In addition to annual membership, the Association welcomes charitable contributions from Lifetime Members and New Graduates in any amount, all of which are tax-deductible. If you have questions about how to make a contribution, please contact Cheryll Glab at 410-361-6538 or email@example.com.
"This association is the only one at Hopkins that reflects the interest of everyone who’s had a relationship with the School of Medicine. Our dues money goes toward keeping the extended Hopkins family abreast of new developments and innovations, plus connecting current students and alumni through lectures and other educational events. These are valuable contributions that extend far beyond this campus.”
-H. Franklin Herlong, M.D., associate professor of medicine and Former President of the JHM&SA