Johns Hopkins Medicine Gives Back
Approximately 2,000 homeless individuals from Baltimore started their day on Oct. 2 receiving services many take for granted. What was being offered? More than 150 different services, from help obtaining birth certificates and other types of identification to assistance with housing and shelter needs to haircuts to medical and dental care. Volunteers stood eager to help. Among them were approximately 160 faculty, staff and students representing Johns Hopkins Medicine, including Patty Brown, president, Johns Hopkins HealthCare, senior counsel, The Johns Hopkins Health System and president of the United Way of Central Maryland Board of Directors; Charles Reuland, United Way campaign chair and executive vice president and chief operating officer of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center; and Justin McArthur, M.B.B.S., campaign vice chair and director of the Department of Neurology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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