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Johns Hopkins has built a reputation for excellence unsurpassed by any health care institution in the world. Pioneers in their fields, Hopkins clinicians and scientists have been responsible for many of the last century's major discoveries and innovations in patient care. Hopkins is equally committed to its communities, providing primary care to children and families, chronic care to seniors, and a range of rehabilitation services, occupational and environmental health programs, as well as health promotion, disease prevention and home care services.
Our locations offer a variety of excellent patient services. Please select the location you wish to learn more about from the list on the left to be taken to the patient information specific to that location.
Our Partnership Pledge
At The Johns Hopkins Hospital, we take a team approach to your safety. We invite you and your family to join us as active members of your care team.
Johns Hopkins is committed to excellence. A very important part of that excellence is our commitment to your safety. Patients who are more involved with their care in the hospital tend to do better and stay safer. By working together with physicians, nurses and other hospital staff, you can lower your risk of injury and make your hospital stay as safe as possible.
If you have patient care or safety concerns at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, please contact the Patient Relations Department at 410-955-2273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Johns Hopkins is committed to resolving care and safety issues in a timely manner. However, if your concerns are not resolved through the Patient Relations Department, you are invited to contact the Joint Commission Office of Quality Monitoring at 1-800-994-6610 or email email@example.com.
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Your privacy is equally important. Johns Hopkins' institutions follow the privacy requirements set forth by the federal government under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as well as state law. For more detailed information about our privacy practices and compliance efforts,