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As a designated Level 1 Trauma Center and a regional Pediatric Trauma and Eye Trauma Center for the state of Maryland, the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine treats more than 60,000 patients each year. The Johns Hopkins Hospital is also a designated Stroke Center and Primary PCI center for patients experiencing Acute Myocardial Infarction. This fast-paced and highly varied practice setting gives our nurses an immediate sense of accomplishment and exposure to every medical specialty—all while they hone skills in critical thinking, public health and patient teaching.
Emergency nurses can work in a variety of practice areas within the department —from Triage to Trauma, and from the Rapid Assessment area to the Emergency Acute Care Area— all with support from clinical leaders, nurse educators and a phenomenal interdisciplinary team of staff.
Opportunities for intellectual and professional growth include ongoing education, specialty certification and participation in the department's dynamic activities, including:
- Participation and leadership opportunities in a wide variety of committees – all within a department which fully embraces the Magnet philosophy of shared governance and staff input into decision-making
- Independent or collaborative research
- Precepting/teaching—we’re an academic clinical site for several undergraduate/graduate nursing programs
- Medical support for local and national events
- Critical event management through the Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response (CEPAR)
- Felloships in trauma, disaster management, research, transportation medicine and international health.
Why I Choose Emergency Medicine Nursing
"The best thing about emergency nursing is the ability to make an immediate difference in the community. We serve a population that needs us to be there. And they respect us for it."
—Sam Cardarella, RN
Magnet Site Visit Announced
The Johns Hopkins Department of Nursing will host appraisers from the Magnet Recognition Program from 9/9-11/2013.
Public Notice of Site Visit