In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we are not accepting students in our clinical education programs for the 2020-21 academic year.
Our clinical education team is proud to offer innovative programming that goes beyond basic fieldwork offerings. Our programs are multidisciplinary, and we work closely with our university partners to bring exciting and multifaceted clinical education opportunities. Our philosophy emphasizes active participation with our academic counterparts, including capitalizing upon opportunities to conduct related research, produce clinical scholarly projects and share new collaboration. Students can expect to be both challenged and supported, and gain valuable experience for future career advancement.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Rehabilitation Department has several locations throughout the hospitals. Patient treatment occurs seven days a week on most units; therefore, weekend work often is required. Since the staff has a wide variety of schedules, it's best to check with your clinical supervisor for your specific work hours.
During the fall and winter, Johns Hopkins Medicine offers free influenza vaccination to all employees (including students and interns). Flu shots are required for employees, interns and students who work within six feet of patients.
For Level 1 students, a receipt indicating that the student has received a flu shot is the only documentation needed prior to the internship.
Appearance and Dress Code
Professional, casual attire is the normal attire for therapists. Scrubs are acceptable in certain areas. Lab coats are optional. Jeans, tank tops, sandals, open-toed shoes, tight fitting or low-cut blouses revealing cleavage are not permitted.
Hospital ID badges will be provided on the first day. They must be worn within the hospital at all times.
Makeup and Hairstyles
Students must present a neat appearance. It is important that hairstyles, including facial hair, not interfere with efficiency. Makeup must be conservative and suitable for work. Hair color should be of a natural shade.
Use of jewelry should be kept to a minimum and appropriate to the type of setting in which you work. Small earrings, a watch and minimal rings are the standard. Necklaces and bracelets are permitted, but should be kept to a minimum.
Fingernails should be natural and no longer than 1/4" beyond the fingertips. Artificial nails are prohibited. Nails should be trimmed and filed so that they are not sharp. Nail polish is acceptable in light, traditional colors.
Parking at Johns Hopkins Bayview
On your first day at the Medical Center, after getting your ID badge, you should sign up for parking. This can be done at the parking office (located in the Mason F. Lord Center Tower, suite 133).
Monthly parking rates are charged by the day, can vary and are subject to change. For further parking information, please call 410-550-0168.
Parking at The Johns Hopkins Hospital
The Johns Hopkins Hospital is located at 1800 Orleans Street, Baltimore, Maryland. The main entrance to the hospital is on the Orleans Street. On your first day, park in the Orleans Street Garage.
Until your Johns Hopkins ID badge is issued, please wear a name tag from your school if one was provided and stop at the security/information desk to receive a visitor band. Security/information desk can also direct you to the rehabilitation department.
Student housing is not provided. A list of housing opportunities is available here; however, none are endorsed by Johns Hopkins or the Rehabilitation Department. The School of Medicine has partnered with Off Campus Partners, whose listings can be seen here.
Please contact the Housing Office if you are a first-time renter, would like advice, or would like additional off-campus housing information and resources. Please contact 410-955-3805 or firstname.lastname@example.org.