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General Internal Medicine

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The Internal Medicine Practice at Johns Hopkins Bayview is available when you have an illness, need a routine health test or just want to consult with someone about your health concerns.

The practice is made up of physicians and nurse practitioners who are Johns Hopkins University faculty members in the Division of General Internal Medicine. In addition to providing quality care for patients, the practice also supports the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview, teaching students, medical residents and other doctors in the community.

Patient-Centered Medical Homes at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians

What is a Patient-Centered Medical Home? What does it mean to patients? Learn how JHCP partners with their patients and a team of other health care professionals to ensure continuous and coordinated care for all your medical needs throughout your lifetime. The results are improved outcomes, as well as better patient experiences.

The goal of the practice is to provide high quality preventive care to our patients and to treat their acute and chronic illnesses. We care for patients with many common health problems, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, arthritis and heart disease. We also are experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of uncommon illnesses.

Our health care providers are committed to creating long-term patient/provider relationships. In visiting the practice, you may always see a familiar face. In fact, the practice faculty and staff have more than 70 years of combined experience, allowing us to offer continuity of care not always available at other primary care facilities.

The Internal Medicine Practice is located on the ground floor of the 301 Building (301 Mason Lord Drive).
To schedule an appointment, please call 410-550-3350.


Learn more about NCQA.

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians has been awarded Level 3 Recognition of Physician Practice Connections® - Patient Centered Medical Home™ by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Physician Practice Connections Program. NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality.

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