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Johns Hopkins Medicine is one of the top health care systems in the world for both adult and pediatric care. We are home to dozens of world-renowned centers of excellence in precision medicine, immunotherapy, cancer, neurosurgery and more. Each year, Johns Hopkins Medicine International welcomes thousands of patients and families from around the globe. Across all our services, we are committed to delivering the promise of medicine.


Johns Hopkins Medicine International’s collaborative work is taking the Johns Hopkins Medicine mission beyond our borders to help raise the standard of health care around the world. Explore how we are developing collaborative platforms for improving health care delivery so more people can receive high-quality care close to home.



  • Delivering on the Promise of Medicine in Brazil

    Enhancements in clinical care and patient safety, medical research and nursing initiatives are at the core of a new affiliation agreement between Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Hospital Moinhos de Vento, one of Brazil’s leaders in health care delivery and innovation.

  • Elevating Health Care in China

    Johns Hopkins Medicine International signed a consulting agreement with China Northwest International Medical Center to help develop their hospital policy, procedure and management structure to serve the people of China and beyond.

  • Joint Research and Nursing Efforts in Colombia

    An expansion of collaborative projects involving Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, one of Colombia’s premier health care institutions, and Johns Hopkins Medicine International will continue for another 10 years under a new agreement.


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Johns Hopkins is the nation’s top-ranked hospital combined for both adult and pediatric care.
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Nationally Ranked in All 10 Specialties

According to U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-21 Best Children’s Hospitals Rankings.
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