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Donate Life | Clint’s Story
Clint Burns was born with liver disease. Twenty years after his life-saving liver transplant at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Clint has a family and works as a nurse. In this video, he tells his story and expresses his gratitude toward the living relatives of his donor.
The Lifeline of Johns Hopkinss
One of the first of its kind in this region, The Johns Hopkins Lifeline Transportation program was designed to provide advanced life support and critical care services for patients referred to The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
Johns Hopkins Nursing News
- The Johns Hopkins Hospital Once Again Achieves Magnet® Designation for Nursing Excellence
- Leveling with Safety
- A Second Act of Compassion
- JHH Nurse Named to the Daily Record’s VIP List
- Six Nurses Recognized for Excellence
- 'The American Nurse' book includes profiles of 19 inspirational health-care workers in Baltimore
- Who's your CNN Hero of the Year?
- American Nurse Project
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