March 2021 marks one year into the professional and deeply personal journey with the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the toll the pandemic has taken on everyone, the Johns Hopkins Medicine team has kept on going – with strength, resilience and hope.
March 12, 2020, is the day patients were first diagnosed with COVID-19 in Johns Hopkins Medicine’s hospitals. One year later, we commemorate those we lost to the virus and those we discharged safely to their loved ones.
We honor the strength, resilience and hope of our nurses, physicians, technicians and other personnel on the front lines, as well as those who kept our operations going throughout the coronavirus pandemic. And we are thankful for the aggressive preparedness plan, expert guidance and compassionate, innovative care that continues to support our patients, community members and colleagues.