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In Your Community
Johns Hopkins Oncology Survivorship Program Helps Patients Form a Community
More than 4,000 people have participated in Sibley Memorial Hospital’s integrative health programs.
Johns Hopkins Employee Named Foster Parent of the Year
The Hauses go above and beyond to include birth families in everything they do.
School of Medicine Group Brightens Pediatric Patients Spirits with Science Experiments
TEACH is part of a national movement to bring educational programming to children in hospitals, including at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Student Provides Support to Baltimore Youth
Working with Thread, Erin Chen has learned more about her city and has formed a Baltimore family.
HIV Testing Program Provides Valuable Support to Community Clinics
The Johns Hopkins SOURCE, a community engagement and service-learning center, established an HIV Counseling and Testing Program that partners with community clinics and trains Johns Hopkins students to conduct testing and counseling.
Johns Hopkins Home-based Medicine Helps Fill Community’s Primary Care Gaps
JHOME provides long-term primary care for patients who cannot get into a clinic because of their chronic conditions. Through JHOME, physicians and other health care professionals treat patients where they live, so that restricted mobility does not disrupt access to medical care.
Johns Hopkins Home Care Group Works Together to Create Bunches of Lunches
Five events and 1,201 lunches later, the Bunches of Lunches project is still going strong. The shelters greatly appreciated our efforts, and everyone involved had a great time supporting a good cause.