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Pain Treatment Center

Diagnosis and medical management of patients experiencing pain for more than six months.

Patient Population
  • Adolescence through geriatrics
  • Pain etiologies include accidents, congenital anomalies, work-related injuries, trauma, and failed surgeries
  • Average length of stay: 45 to 90 minutes
Number of Exam Rooms
  • 6
Nurse/Patient Ratio
  • 1:2–3, with a nurse floating between procedure area and recovery room
Rotation/Shifts
  • Stable weekday scheduling (no call, weekends or holidays)
Skill Mix
  • 1 full-time RN, two 32-hour RNs
  • 1 full-time clinical associate
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Why I Choose Outpatient Nursing

Sue Fanske

"I love the people I work with. Also, I enjoy the people I have the privilege of taking care of. Our area provides me with the ability to learn about urological conditions and treatments ranging from childhood to adult. With all this available to me, why would I want to leave?"

—Sue Fanske, RN
Urology Clinic

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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