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Telemedicine Helps Patients Stay Healthy During COVID-19 Pandemic

Albertha and Charles Ford, both in their 80s, have heart failure and associated health issues. Thanks to newly expanded virtual care options through Johns Hopkins telemedicine, the Fords are able to stay healthy and remain connected with their clinicians.

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Pregnancy and COVID-19: Elsa’s Story

Elsa Lisseth Reyes-Amaya was pregnant when she was hospitalized for a serious case of COVID-19. Multiple departments across Johns Hopkins Medicine worked together to treat her and monitor her pregnancy. Four months later, Elsa safely delivered her daughter, Sofia.

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A New Strain of Coronavirus: What You Should Know

With a new strain of coronavirus reported, our experts answer questions about this new strain and the vaccine.

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COVID-19 Daily Report

Get updates on the number of COVID-19 patients at Johns Hopkins Medicine care facilities.

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Monoclonal Antibody Therapy COVID-19 Infusion Centers – Provider Referrals

Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical System are operating an outpatient center to provide infusion therapy for patients with COVID-19. The infusion center will administer monoclonal antibody therapies authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under an emergency use authorization (EUA). Referrals are required.

 
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Visit our staff appreciation gallery where you can see how we are caring for patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

Many of our healthcare heroes have families who want to be sure they are safe at work. This Q&A video explains the added safety all of our staff takes at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

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Research coordinator Catherine Wren explains her role in conducting coronavirus research and COVID-19 testing.
Rickey Jenkins wearing PPE.
Rickey Jenkins joined the Environmental Services team at Howard County General Hospital as a floor technician in 2015. Being on the front lines during the pandemic isn’t easy, but Jenkins knows he’s not facing the challenge alone.
Ladonna Bingham wearing PPE before entering a room
Ladonna Bingham at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida helps review procedures for patients diagnosed with COVID-19, and explains the added safety measures taken to help prevent spread of the virus.
Bethany Peters wears hazmat suit in COVID19 unit
Bethany Peters, a medical technologist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, explains how laboratory professionals are behind the scenes helping support patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shmuel Shoham holds bag of plasma
Shmuel Shoham, M.D., explains his role in forming a consortium of experts to launch clinical trials investigating COVID-19 survivor blood as a treatment.
Community 'Thank You'

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our local communities were here to support us!

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A team from Johns Hopkins Medicine helped build a field hospital created at the Baltimore Convention Center in anticipation of an overflow of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

Teira Torbit wearing a mask
Teira Torbit, a practice administrator for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in Howard County, explains the ramp up to telemedicine due to COVID-19.
Senior resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital talks about redeployment
Surgical resident James Taylor explains what it was like to be redeployed to a COVID-19 intensive care unit.
Nisar Yaseen video chats colleague
Nisar Yaseen, a family medicine specialist with Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, explains the huge impact of COVID-19 on his job.
Rob Grader holds food of tray
Physical therapist assistant Rob Grader explains how he has been redeployed to help in food services at Howard County General Hospital.

Many of our healthcare heroes have families who want to be sure they are safe at work. This Q&A video explains the added safety all of our staff takes at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

Catherine Wren wearing mask
Research coordinator Catherine Wren explains her role in conducting coronavirus research and COVID-19 testing.
Rickey Jenkins wearing PPE.
Rickey Jenkins joined the Environmental Services team at Howard County General Hospital as a floor technician in 2015. Being on the front lines during the pandemic isn’t easy, but Jenkins knows he’s not facing the challenge alone.
Ladonna Bingham wearing PPE before entering a room
Ladonna Bingham at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in Florida helps review procedures for patients diagnosed with COVID-19, and explains the added safety measures taken to help prevent spread of the virus.
Bethany Peters wears hazmat suit in COVID19 unit
Bethany Peters, a medical technologist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, explains how laboratory professionals are behind the scenes helping support patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shmuel Shoham holds bag of plasma
Shmuel Shoham, M.D., explains his role in forming a consortium of experts to launch clinical trials investigating COVID-19 survivor blood as a treatment.
Community 'Thank You'

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our local communities were here to support us!

video chat among Johns Hopkins Medicine staff

A team from Johns Hopkins Medicine helped build a field hospital created at the Baltimore Convention Center in anticipation of an overflow of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

Teira Torbit wearing a mask
Teira Torbit, a practice administrator for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in Howard County, explains the ramp up to telemedicine due to COVID-19.
Senior resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital talks about redeployment
Surgical resident James Taylor explains what it was like to be redeployed to a COVID-19 intensive care unit.
Nisar Yaseen video chats colleague
Nisar Yaseen, a family medicine specialist with Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, explains the huge impact of COVID-19 on his job.
Rob Grader holds food of tray
Physical therapist assistant Rob Grader explains how he has been redeployed to help in food services at Howard County General Hospital.
 

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