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Johns Hopkins Lifeline Critical Care Transport (Nelson Basement)

Johns Hopkins Lifeline is a hospital based critical care transport program within the Department of Emergency Medicine. The Lifeline team works within an interdisciplinary model to promote safe and timely transports of critically ill and injured patients across a variety of disciplines. Transport modes include: in-house, ground and air.

Patient Population

  • ICU/Critical Care

Number of Beds

  • N/A

Nurse/Patient Ratio

  • 1:01

New Grad RN Orientation Length

  • N/A - do no accept new grads

The Lifeline of Johns Hopkins

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.

 
 
Sam Cardarella

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
Emergency Department

ANCC Magnet Recognition

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