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With eight inpatient units, two critical care units, two intermediate care units, an endoscopy suite and a cardiovascular lab, medical nursing possibilities are endless! We have plenty of peer support, coaching sessions and educational seminars to acclimate new grads and keep seasoned nurses up to date on the latest care advances and technologies. We are proud of our Magnet status and support nurses to achieve and retain certification.

Technology savvy nurses enjoy a journey of lifelong learning—there are always new diseases, interventions, pharmaceuticals, and research discoveries to be applied. Valued for our innovation, creativity, and dedication to all patients, nurses here participate in patient education, discharge planning, committees, and the development of unit-based and research protocols that mold future practice.

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Why I Choose Nursing in Medicine

Amanda C. Owen

"I started on Nelson 4 as a new grad, precepting new staff within my first year and running charge within my second. My nurse manager constantly challenged me to advance my career goals - which led me to earn my certificate as a wound care specialist. Now, as a unit-based expert, I enjoy a high level of autonomy and work closely with the entire interdisciplinary team. I truly believe I've had opportunities not available at other institutions."

—Amanda C. Owen, R.N.
General Acute Medical Unit (Nelson 4)

Magnet Site Visit Announced

ANCC Magnet Recognition

The Johns Hopkins Department of Nursing will host appraisers from the Magnet Recognition Program from 9/9-11/2013.
Public Notice of Site Visit

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