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The Academic Scribe Program at Johns Hopkins 

The Office of John Hopkins Physicians (OJHP) is in search of bright and motivated individuals to perform medical scribing for providers throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) starting this summer and early fall. Medical scribes are trained clerical personnel who capture accurate and detailed documentation of clinical encounters in real time. They assist clinicians in gathering data and navigating medical records, without making independent interpretations or judgments.



Apply for the OJHP Academic Scribe Program:


  • OJHP has an Academic Scribe Program where preprofessional students are hired in their gap year for 12-18 months and placed in departments needing scribes. 

    • Click here to fill out our scribe needs survey.
    • Click here here to find out more information and FAQs about our program.
  • We are looking for full-time positions, and the requested commitment is at least 12 months, though arrangements for shorter and longer service terms can be discussed. It may be necessary that you have your own vehicle, as many practice locations are outside of Baltimore City. A desire to pursue further medical professional training is preferred, and scribes will receive training in medical and clinical terminology, professionalism and communication, and in working in electronic health record systems.

    Individuals who are conducive for this scribe program include:

    • Recent and upcoming graduates looking for an exciting gap year experience prior to medical school
    • Students pursuing master’s programs seeking a career in healthcare
    • College students seeking a unique medical experience

    If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume to and fill out this applicationFor our brochure, click here.



Prevent Diabetes - DSMT and DPP Referrals

At Johns Hopkins, we are committed to support your health and wellness starting with diabetes prevention. For people with diabetes, we serve to provide an integrative and comprehensive approach to diabetes care.  Click the link below to learn more about our accredited Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) and Diabetes Self-Management Training (DSMT) clinical services.

DPEP Information Page

Available Training from the Johns Hopkins Patient Engagement Program

DSMT (Diabetes Self-Management Training and Diabetes Prevention Program)

DPP  (Diabetes Prevention Program)

  1. 35-minute interactive E-Learning Module (with FREE 0.75 CME/CE) that covers:
    • What is DPP and DSMT and what are the benefits to patients?
    • How to refer into DPP/DSMT?
    • How to communication with patients strategically and efficiently, and increase the chances they enroll in DPP/DSMT.
  2. 1-2 Hour Motivational Interviewing live Skills Workshop to learn how to motivate patients to enroll in and remain in DPP/DSMT





CPR re-certification classes are offered centrally on a monthly basis and as requested at each JHCP practice location. At this time, these classes are open to any JHCP staff member that possesses a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers card, with preference given to clinical staff.

You may self-register for scheduled CPR classes via MyLearning (JHCP | Basic Life Support - CPR). This is a recertification class for individuals who possess a current Healthcare Provider CPR card. Priority is given to clinical staff for whom CPR certification is required based on the individual’s job description.


To achieve Healthcare Provider CPR recertification and obtain a new card, you must pass both the test and the skills evaluation (classroom).

If you take a class outside of JHCP, only AHA Healthcare Provider certifications will be accepted.

Contact Tricia Taylor via email at or at 410-338-3173 with any questions.


Clinical Support Staff

JHCP Support Staff Manuals and Competencies

Clinical Support Staff Manuals
Competency Checklists


Administrative Support Staff

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Providers & Faculty Prescribers

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