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Infectious Disease Services to Co-Locate in Park Building

The John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice to be dedicated on May 1

Date: 04/27/2017

The John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice, a new clinic at The Johns Hopkins Hospital with more than two dozen exam rooms, will co-locate services for patients with an array of infectious diseases, including infections obtained after transplantation or on medical devices, HIV and viral hepatitis. In addition to housing various multidisciplinary subspecialists, the facility will feature a nutritionist, an on-site pharmacy, phlebotomy services and a full complement of social work and case managers.

Kate Walls, administrator for the Division of Infectious Diseases, says, “The Johns Hopkins Hospital is continuously looking for innovative ways to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care to our expanding patient population. Our latest effort to fulfill this commitment is the new John G. Bartlett Specialty Practice.”

The clinic honors Bartlett, the former Johns Hopkins infectious disease division director, who spent more than 25 years leading efforts to improve and develop treatments for patients with infectious diseases, including HIV/AIDS. The clinic will open to patients on May 8, after being dedicated May 1. The entrance to the Bartlett Specialty Practice will be at 1717 E. Monument St.