A diverse workforce contributing fresh ideas and offering unique perspectives is vital to the success of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System.
Diversity is not limited to race, gender or ethnicity – a diverse group includes people of different religions, sexual orientations, ages, work experiences, cultures, physical abilities, military experiences and educational backgrounds.
Maintaining a balance of diverse employees is so important to our success that diversity and inclusion are part of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Mission Statement.
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Health Equity is committed to creating an inclusive workplace environment where each employee’s individuality contributes to the creation of high-performing teams that rely on individual strengths, and where departments work together to achieve common institutional objectives.
This is why we are committed to diversity in our workforce. It is more than the right thing to do, it is critical to our success as a world class healthcare institution.