The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions have formed invaluable community partnerships to make a collaborative impact on the health status of the community, and continue to seek new and innovative strategies to improve the quality of life for our neighbors.
Today, over 20,000 people work on the property in more than 30 buildings spread across 79 acres. The institution boasts not only a world-class hospital and medical school but also schools of nursing and public health that are leaders in their fields. While it draws patients and scholars from all over the globe, Johns Hopkins remains firmly committed to serving the health needs of the region.
For more than 100 years, our students, faculty and staff volunteer in community service programs in clinics, schools, jails, community centers and neighborhoods to combat health challenges in the area. The institution also is a solid partner in the city's planned revitalization of East Baltimore, aiding local organizations' efforts to improve health and educational opportunities, lower crime and construct new businesses and residential living spaces.
In addition to providing much needed services for the community which surrounds the campus, Johns Hopkins faculty, staff and students have had the opportunity to participate in community benefits activities.
Commitment to the East Baltimore community has remained a priority of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions for more than 100 years. The five world-renowned institutions on our East Baltimore campus have formed invaluable community partnerships to make a collaborative impact on the health, economic and social well-being of the community, and continue to seek new and innovative strategies to improve the quality of life for our neighbors.
In addition to providing much needed services for the community that surrounds the campus, Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students have had the opportunity to participate in community service programs and activities. Our volunteer participation and community partnerships have continued to grow as Johns Hopkins continues its tradition of sustainable change and improvement to the community. Listed below are some of our community partners:
Community Engagement Inventory
The Community Engagement Inventory includes the efforts of the Johns Hopkins Homewood and East Baltimore campuses, JH Bayview Medical Center, the Peabody Institute, JH@Eastern, the Carey Business School, and the JH Mt. Washington campus. Although the Community Engagement Inventory attempts to be as comprehensive as possible, there may be programs or organizations that are not included due to the size and complexity of the Johns Hopkins Institutions. The CEI is compiled and produced by Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Community Affairs, part of Johns Hopkins Government and Community Affairs.