Staff members at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center are devoted to southeast Baltimore and continually strive to earn their place as an integral part of the community. Among our offerings are public outreach programs, health seminars and screenings, many of which are free.
Featured Community Initiatives
Food Re-Education for Elementary School Health
The Community Relations Department at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is pleased to offer Food Re-Education for Elementary School Health (FRESH), an innovative nutrition education program available to elementary schools in Southeastern Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
Called to Care®: A Program For Family Caregivers
We recognize the importance of family caregivers, as well as the physical and emotional stresses that can accompany caregiving. For this reason, we have created Called to Care, a program that prepares and supports individuals caring for loved ones.
Healthy Community Partnership
The Healthy Community Partnership grew out of relationships that Johns Hopkins Bayview established with a number of area religious congregations.
Additional Partnerships and Outreach Programs
Community Health Needs Initiatives
In continuing the Medical Center’s long tradition of community outreach and health promotion, the community health needs assessment offers further direction and focus for our continued efforts.
The Community Relations Department at Johns Hopkins Bayview works to establish and foster communication between the Medical Center and surrounding communities.