Throughout The Johns Hopkins Hospital, units are scripting scenes on how they’ll deliver care in the new clinical buildings.
PACU nurse leader Lisa Shoemaker plays an anesthesiologist who is reassuring an uneasy mother (performed by nurse Marla Dubyak) prior to her baby’s hernia surgery.
Articles in this Issue
Throughout The Johns Hopkins Hospital, clinical units are scripting scenes of how they’ll deliver care in the new clinical buildings.
Edward D. Miller talks about his surprising interest—and quick grasp—in raising funds to support the institution’s most pressing needs.
T he National Committee for Quality Assurance recognizes five JHCP sites for successfully coordinating and managing patient care through an approach known as the “patient-centered medical home.”
Howard County General Hospital embarks on a new way to target treatment for elderly patients.
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians expands its delivery of award-winning care in the suburbs of Washington D.C.
Speaking to underrepresented faculty and residents, a visiting diversity professor urges them to take lessons from the community about medical care.
March marks the two-year anniversary of a student-run health resource center that’s helping inner-city residents.
Hopkins takes a new approach to working with overseas hospitals for improving the standard of medical treatment.
Suburban Hospital nurses take the lead in protecting patients from an avoidable injury.