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2014 The Year in Pictures

Date: January 7, 2015


(TOP) EDUCATION: School of medicine graduates Paul Gilbert and Mirinda Gillespie are part of the first class of the All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine pediatric residency. (BOTTOM) BIOMEDICAL DISCOVERY: A 72-person research team led by Johns H
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(TOP) EDUCATION: School of medicine graduates Paul Gilbert and Mirinda Gillespie are part of the first class of the All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine pediatric residency. (BOTTOM) BIOMEDICAL DISCOVERY: A 72-person research team led by Johns Hopkins researcher Akhilesh Pandey completed a draft of the human proteome, a library of 30,057 proteins in the human body.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital celebrates its 125th anniversary.

The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Diversity Council is recognized as one of the nation’s top diversity councils for the fourth consecutive year.

All Children’s Hospital launches PREDICT, a study that seeks to learn why some children—healthy at birth and in early childhood—develop health problems later on.

Suburban Hospital breaks ground on the first phase of its $270 million expansion.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center celebrates the 30th anniversary of its affiliation with Johns Hopkins Medicine.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Nelson/Harvey Building is renovated, with 136 private patient rooms added.

Johns Hopkins Medicine International begins a new affiliation with HCL Avitas, a network of multispecialty clinics across India.

Howard County General Hospital welcomes new president Steven Snelgrove.

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians opens the Heart Care Chevy Chase cardiology practice and its first multispecialty suite of services in Arlington, Virginia.

Johns Hopkins Home Care Group and Potomac Home Health Care are named to the 2014 list of HomeCare Elite.

Johns Hopkins HealthCare’s National Committee for Quality Assurance 2014–1015 rankings in Maryland: Priority Partners, ##2 Medicaid Plan; US Family Health Plan, ##2 Commercial Plan; EHP, ##3 Commercial Plan.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital receives a Success Story Award from Press Ganey for its efforts on venous thromboembolism core measures required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Sibley Memorial Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Hospital are recognized by the Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care for excellence in quality improvement outcomes.