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A Time for Remembrance and Hope
A Time for Remembrance and Hope
A Time for Remembrance and Hope
 

In March 2020, the first patients were first diagnosed with COVID-19 in Johns Hopkins Medicine’s hospitals. Two years later, we commemorate those we lost to the virus and those we discharged safely to their loved ones. The challenges continue, but we are optimistic about what’s ahead. Together, we are moving forward with hope.

 
 
 

 

Enduring Legacy of Our Pandemic Experience

Watch a video message from Redonda Miller, president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital. See how hospital staff have developed new ways of working and caring that were so brilliant, so forward-thinking and so impactful that they are now part of who we are and what we do on behalf of our patients, families and colleagues.

  

Additional Commemoration Events (Slideshow)

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Howard County General Hospital president Shafeeq Ahmed and Csaba Szilagyi, director of spiritual care, lead a moment of silence on March 11, 2022.

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Colleagues across Johns Hopkins Medicine participated in the Moment of Silence for Inspiration and Hope as part of the commemoration program recognizing the organization’s two-year response to the pandemic.

staff with head bowed during moment of silence

Staff gather in front of Howard County General Hospital to reflect.

dr bennett speaking at podium outside

Richard Bennett, president of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, welcomes employees and guests to the hospital’s two-year commemoration of the COVID-19 pandemic on March 16, 2022. The theme was Celebrating Our Strength.

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Violinist Claire Hebeisen, a graduate student at the Peabody Institute, Johns Hopkins University, performs a Bach selection.   

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Staff and members of the Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Department reflect on what gives them strength, value and truth at the hospital’s labyrinth.

Additional Commemoration Events (Slideshow)

President and chaplain of howard county speaking

Howard County General Hospital president Shafeeq Ahmed and Csaba Szilagyi, director of spiritual care, lead a moment of silence on March 11, 2022.

staff with head bowed during moment of silence

Colleagues across Johns Hopkins Medicine participated in the Moment of Silence for Inspiration and Hope as part of the commemoration program recognizing the organization’s two-year response to the pandemic.

staff with head bowed during moment of silence

Staff gather in front of Howard County General Hospital to reflect.

dr bennett speaking at podium outside

Richard Bennett, president of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, welcomes employees and guests to the hospital’s two-year commemoration of the COVID-19 pandemic on March 16, 2022. The theme was Celebrating Our Strength.

violist playing outside

Violinist Claire Hebeisen, a graduate student at the Peabody Institute, Johns Hopkins University, performs a Bach selection.   

candles surrponding flowers

Staff and members of the Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Department reflect on what gives them strength, value and truth at the hospital’s labyrinth.

     

Innovations and Research Gained During the Pandemic

      

Looking Back: 2020-2021 (Slideshow)

     

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