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Improving Health and Health Care Globally

For more than 20 years, Johns Hopkins Medicine International has developed collaborative platforms for improving global health care delivery. Read about how we help leading hospitals, health care providers, governments and educational institutions increase and enhance services locally so patients can receive high quality care as close to home as possible. For complex instances when patients are unable to obtain the care they need at home, Johns Hopkins Medicine International has one of the most experienced programs in the United States for delivering high quality care for traveling patients. We are with our patients and families through every step of their visit, so they can focus on their health.

Our Global Collaborations




Charles M. Wiener, M.D., President

Dr. Wiener oversees Johns Hopkins Medicine’s international enterprises, developing sustainable, innovative collaborations that raise the standard of health care around the world and providing personalized care for diverse populations.
Read more about Charles M. Wiener, M.D.

Jill Kearney, M.B.A., M.A., Chief Operating Officer

Ms. Kearney drives Johns Hopkins Medicine International’s growth, collaborating with its leadership team and with Johns Hopkins Medicine leaders to develop financial and operational goals and direct the plans and policies that enable the organization to reach those goals.
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Laurent Moreau, M.D., M.B.A., Vice President for Global Initiatives

Dr. Moreau collaborates with leaders across the Johns Hopkins enterprise to establish international strategies that advance Johns Hopkins Medicine’s mission to set the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care.
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