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Highlights from the 125th Anniversary Celebration

125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Throughout our history, the faculty and staff of The Johns Hopkins Hospital have continually asked ourselves, "How can we better help the people we serve?" Driven by our founding mission of research, education and patient care, we have sought to revolutionize the way that medicine is taught and practiced. 125 years later, it remains the guidepost as we seek to deliver the promise of medicine for future generations.

Ronald R. Peterson on History

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Ronald R. Peterson, president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine, commemorates the founding of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and notes some of the more recent milestones.

Paul B. Rothman on the Promise of Medicine

Paul B. Rothman, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, provides insight into the changes in medicine over the last 25 years at a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Yariela Kerr-Donovan on Project REACH

Yariela Kerr-Donovan, director of Project REACH/community education programs, speaks about the career acceleration program she oversees at a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

George Dover on ‘Beyond Bricks and Mortar’

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, George Dover, director of the Department of Pediatrics and pediatrician-in-chief for the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, speaks about how the new clinical buildings reshaped care and redefined the patient and family experience.

William Baumgartner on Patients and Families at the Center of Care

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, William Baumgartner, vice dean for clinical affairs and senior vice president for the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians, speaks about the foundation of patient- and family-centered care at Johns Hopkins, starting with Mr. Johns Hopkins’ intense desire to take care of the sick.

Judy Reitz on Patients and Families at the Center of Care

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Judy Reitz, executive vice president and chief operating officer for The Johns Hopkins Hospital and vice president of operations integration for the Johns Hopkins Health System, reflects on the importance of a partnership between science and service and how this combination achieves remarkable patient- and family-centered care.

Rhonda Wyskiel on Patients and Families at the Center of Care

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Rhonda Wyskiel, senior innovation lead for the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality, shares what patient- and family-centered care means to her as a nurse at Johns Hopkins.


Matthew Stewart on Patients and Families at the Center of Care

Matthew Stewart, an assistant professor of otolaryngology and a member of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council, shares his firsthand account of exceptional patient- and family-centered care at a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He describes the extraordinary treatment both of his parents received when they were patients at Johns Hopkins.

Richard Dean on Patients and Families at the Center of Care

Richard Dean, a member of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Patient and Family Advisory Council, speaks from the patient’s perspective to a group of the longest-serving employees of The Johns Hopkins Hospital at a recent celebration of its 125th anniversary and reminds them of the lives they’ve touched and saved.


Karen Haller on the Evolution of Nursing at Johns Hopkins

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Karen Haller, vice president of nursing and patient care services, honors the longest-serving employees and the 3,000 nurses who work at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Germaine Williams on the Evolution of Nursing at Johns Hopkins

Germaine Williams, nurse clinician III for general and oncology services, speaks about the importance of the Magnet Designation as a continued elevation of nursing as a profession at a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.


Janice Clements on Professional Growth, Education and Community

Janice Clements, the Mary Wallace Stanton Professor for Faculty Affairs and vice dean for faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, speaks about the importance of employees at every level at a celebration to commemorate The Johns Hopkins Hospital's 125th anniversary.

Pamela Paulk on Professional Growth, Education and Community

At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Pamela Paulk, senior vice president for human resources for the Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins Medicine, reflects on Mr. Johns Hopkins' legacy to improve the health of our community through exceptional patient care, the training of our clinicians and the advancement of biomedical discovery. She addresses how the employees are the embodiment of his vision.

   

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