The Johns Hopkins Pain Treatment Program Virtual Tour

The Pain Treatment Program provides a continuum of care for patients suffering from chronic, disabling pain that requires intensive rehabilitation. We present here a glimpse of our specialty Inpatient Unit.

Located on the 6th floor of the Meyer Building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, our specialty inpatient unit cares for patients from all over the country.

Our interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, nurse practitioners, physical and occupational therapists develop an individual treatment plan for each patient.

Daily communal meals are served from a buffet in the unit kitchen.

Most patient rooms are double rooms and can accommodate medical support, if needed.

Among the amenities, there is a laundry on the Unit for patients’ use.

The Day Area serves as a place for meals, unit activities, and socialization.

Physical therapy group happens five days a week for many patients, with the goal of improving functional ability.

Guided by specialty physical therapists, patients learn exercises to carry them through their hospital stay and beyond in order to improve their physical ability for the long-term.

Daily psychotherapy and education group sessions in our group rooms, offer a space to learn effective coping skills to improve functional ability and quality of life.

The Nurses’ Station is the hub of the Inpatient Unit and the central point of communication for staff and patients.

Located on the 6th floor of the Meyer Building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, our specialty inpatient unit cares for patients from all over the country.
Our interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, nurse practitioners, physical and occupational therapists develop an individual treatment plan for each patient.
Daily communal meals are served from a buffet in the unit kitchen.
Most patient rooms are double rooms and can accommodate medical support, if needed.
Among the amenities, there is a laundry on the Unit for patients’ use.
The Day Area serves as a place for meals, unit activities, and socialization.
Physical therapy group happens five days a week for many patients, with the goal of improving functional ability.
Guided by specialty physical therapists, patients learn exercises to carry them through their hospital stay and beyond in order to improve their physical ability for the long-term.
Daily psychotherapy and education group sessions in our group rooms, offer a space to learn effective coping skills to improve functional ability and quality of life.
The Nurses’ Station is the hub of the Inpatient Unit and the central point of communication for staff and patients.
 

To learn more about our treatment principles, methods and approach as well as our admissions process, please visit our website.