The Division of General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins University is home to over 280 full and part-time faculty members with expertise in patient care, teaching, and research.
Hopkins GIM has over 70 full-time faculty members who fall into 3 broad groups: over 25 Clinician-Educators; over 20 Academic Hospitalists; and over 40 Patient-Oriented Researchers. All three groups are engaged in scholarship and teaching.
As a historic crossroads between the Schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, the Division of General Internal Medicine has attracted a large and growing number of research faculty with active joint appointments. These faculty members play major roles on multidisciplinary research projects, serve as core faculty on federal training grants, and provide mentorship and guidance to trainees and junior faculty members.
About 180 outstanding general internists hold part-time appointments in Hopkins GIM. Many are top-notch clinicians on the active staff of Johns Hopkins Hospital who are invited to teach Hopkins medical students and residents in office and hospital settings. Others are researchers, policy makers, and administrators who formerly studied or taught at Hopkins and now offer their real-world expertise to colleagues and trainees.