Welcome to the Division of Hospital Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Our clinical mission is to provide state-of-the-art, comprehensive, evidence-based clinical care to hospitalized patients from East Baltimore, the metropolitan area, and around the world.
Our academic hospitalists care for a wide range of medical patients in several distinct settings at the Johns Hopkins Hospital:
- Closed-bed Hospitalist Unit with medical student and resident rotators and night-time coverage by nocturnists and moonlighters
- Teaching services staffed by residents of the Osler Residency Program
- Internal Medicine Consult Service
- Orthopedics Co-Management Service
- Oncology Co-Management Service
The Division of Hospital Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital is now hiring: - Academic Hospitalists - Flex Hospitalists - Advanced Practice ProvidersExplore career opportunities
FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTSJohnson Conway Named 40 Under 40 honoree by Baltimore Business Journal
Johnson Conway highlighted as “Rising Star” by Becker’s Hospital Review, “40 Under 40” by Baltimore Business Journal and Carol Emmett Fellow
Dr. Johnson Conway has been recently recognized for her efforts to lead the transition of one of Hopkins’ largest primary care sites in East Baltimore to a federally qualified health center. She serves as the Chief Medical Officer for Johns Hopkins Clinical Alliance and Senior Medical Director for Physician Alignment and Integration. Becker’s Hospital named her one of its “healthcare leaders to know” and Baltimore Business Journal highlighted her as “40 Under 40 in Healthcare” - a rising star in the field of value-based care. The awarded her the Cost of Care Affordability Award for her abstract entitled “Academic Medical Center and Federally Qualified Health Centers: Collaboration to Enhance Care of Underserved Communities" which she presented at the 2022 national conference.
After graduating cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics, Dr. Johnson Conway worked as an investment banking analyst before completing a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Pennsylvania followed by M.D. from Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and residency in Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Following residency, she served as the inaugural Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Systems Management Fellow and now the Program Director for this fellowship.
A Thank You to Our Hospitalitsts
Former director Dr. Mark Anderson thanks our Hospitalist team for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.