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Five Tips to Protect Yourself and Seek Medical Care During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Learn five tips to protect yourself and seek medical care during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Keeping Our Patients Safe and Healthy at Johns Hopkins

As Johns Hopkins Medicine expands its access to in-person primary and specialty care and surgical care, we want to share with the comprehensive measures being taken to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of our patients and staff members.

A Message to Our Patients, Visitors and Care Partners

Johns Hopkins Medicine prides itself on being a leader in patient- and family-centered care. In the time of COVID-19, we’ve had to make some difficult decisions, such as limiting the number of individuals who can enter our hospitals and care facilities. Our hope is that this will help protect you, your loved ones, and those caring for you and all our patients. We are committed to returning to our normal 24/7 visitation policies as soon as we feel it is safe to do so.

 

Safety Measures at Our Hospitals

 

Safely Returning to Sibley Memorial Hospital

Find out about the added safety measures we have in place to protect our patients and staff.

Ready to Safely Care for You at Suburban Hospital

Suburban Hospital leadership shares ways we keep you safe during your visit to the hospital.

Returning for Surgery at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Renee Blanding, M.D., Vice President for Medical Affairs at Johns Hopkins Bayview, describes the safety efforts at the Medical Center for patients who are scheduled for surgery.

Safely Returning to Howard County General Hospital for Surgery

Learn how Howard County General Hospital has created a safe environment for our patients to return and receive the care they need.

 

 

Safety During Surgeries/Procedures

 

Don't Delay Cardiovascular Care

Johns Hopkins Director of Cardiology Charles Lowenstein discusses the importance of getting care for cardiovascular symptoms and outlines ways Johns Hopkins is keeping patients safe when visiting our hospitals and clinics.

Johns Hopkins Fertility Center Safety Protocols

At the Johns Hopkins Fertility Center, your health and safety remain our absolute top priority. We are making changes to our clinic and the way we provide treatment to ensure your experience is as safe as possible. Learn more about Fertility Center safety protocols.

Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging COVID-19 Prevention and Safety Precautions

At Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging, your health and safety are our top priority. We have taken multiple steps to ensure that your imaging appointment takes place in a safe, clean and secure environment.

A Message to our GYN Oncology Patients

At the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service, we have worked tirelessly to sustain safe and timely gynecologic oncology cancer care for all of our patients amidst COVID-19.

Don't Delay Women's Care — Schedule your Annual Wellness Screenings

If it’s time to schedule your annual wellness screenings, like a mammogram, gynecologic exam, or cholesterol and blood pressure checks – and especially if you have any concerning symptoms – don’t delay getting the care you need. Our doctor’s offices, imaging centers and outpatient centers are open and safe for you to receive care.

Healing Through COVID-19 | A Fetal Therapy Physician's Perspective

Dr. Mara Rosner of the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy team treats each patient as she would a close family member. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Rosner made drastic changes to keep both her family and her patients safe.

 
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