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Nurse Practitioner Students, Faculty and Alumni Volunteerism in Haiti

Read about Johns Hopkins volunteers in Haiti.

Guest Speaker Highlights from 2015 Primary Care Consortium Retreat

Modena Wilson, Vice President of the American Medical Association presents:

Juliana Macri, student at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine presents:

Committed to the Enhancement and Integration of Primary Care Work at Johns Hopkins

Our mission is to provide a broadly collaborative and multidisciplinary academic home for research, education, quality improvement, and innovation designed to improve primary care and health outcomes for the benefit of patients and society. Read more about our mission, vision and aims.

Johns Hopkins Primary Care Consortium Retreat


The Primary Care Consortium (PCC) is pleased to announce its small grant program for 2015. We will likely be able to fund 3-5 grants in the $5,000 to $20,000 range.

Learn more about the 2015 Small Grant Program

retreat poster

We are happy to announce the Primary Care Consortium 2nd Biennial Retreat Retreat to Advance Primary Care - Inspiring Excellence, Innovation, and Joy.

The retreat brings together primary care practitioners and supporters from across the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health to share ideas, celebrate primary care, and create a primary care network across campuses.

We look forward to a great event and invite you to submit an abstract of your primary care related work.

Hopkins Primary Care Progress Chapter

Hopkins Primary Care Progress Homepage

A hub for learners at Hopkins interested in primary care delivery, teaching, research, and advocacy with the hope of improving primary care education within the institution and building a robust and durable Hopkins primary care community.

Interested in learning more? Email Ryan Graddy Ryan Graddy or Orion Courtin for more information.

Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Opening

The Johns Hopkins University seeks a dynamic leader in the field of Primary Care to serve as a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor. This position is one of 50 new University-wide faculty whose mission will be to reinvent the American research university. Read more about the position, candidate characteristics and experience, and submission information.

Primary Care Grounds Rounds

We are committed to the enhancement and integration of Primary Care Work at Johns Hopkins. Read more on how to join our new Primary Care Grand Rounds series.




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