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Community Issue 2017

Plenty of Heart

Faith-based CPR classes are lifesavers.

Community Issue 2017

Training Bystanders to Save Lives

Stop the Bleed classes empower community members to assist during a trauma.

Community Issue 2017

Johns Hopkins Bayview Initiative Builds Bonds in the Islamic Community

Lay Health Educator Program helps community leaders become health advocates.

Community Issue 2017

In Brief: October 2017

Employees participate in the May 24 celebration of Bermuda Day. The annual Johns Hopkins Medicine United Way campaign begins Oct. 26.

Community Issue 2017

Keeping Kids Healthy and Ready to Learn

A Johns Hopkins pediatrics clinic fights asthma and other conditions at a Baltimore charter school.

Community Issue 2017

Combating Toxic Stress in St. Petersburg

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital leads effort to raise awareness about adverse childhood experiences and their damaging impact.

Community Issue 2017

With Songs and Games, Sibley Memorial Hospital Eases the Burdens of Memory Loss

Club Memory expands throughout Washington, D.C.

Community Issue 2017

Facing High Drug Prices, Many Patients Turn to Medication Access Team

Johns Hopkins pharmacy team works to help patients afford prescriptions.

Community Issue 2017

Turning a Safe House into a Home

Howard County General Hospital volunteers fix up properties for people fleeing dangerous pasts.

Community Issue 2017

Video Series Spotlights Employee Volunteers

Watch #TimeForBaltimore videos.

Community Issue 2017

After-School Specials

Hopkins HealthCare volunteers mentor students at a South Baltimore Boys and Girls Club.

Chief Perspectives

Community Issue 2017

A Commitment to our Communities

Our community initiatives have been reinvigorated throughout all of our neighborhoods, from Baltimore to St. Petersburg, Florida.

Picture This

Community Issue 2017

Picture This: Moment of Outreach

Paul B. Rothman, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, greets Naomi Bennett, a member of the St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, to discuss East Baltimore’s struggles and how Johns Hopkins can help.

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