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Adult Cystic Fibrosis Service

About Our Practice

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The Johns Hopkins Adult Cystic Fibrosis program was started in 1999 and has grown from 75 patients to approximately 350 patients, making it one of the largest adult cystic fibrosis (CF) programs in the country. Our program is the only CF Foundation-accredited adult care center in Maryland and has repeatedly been recognized by the CF Foundation for our excellent care.

The mission of the Johns Hopkins Cystic Fibrosis Center is to optimize the quality of life of individuals with CF by providing exemplary patient and family-centered care, performing research to develop new therapies and training the next generation of caregivers.

We have a multidisciplinary clinic staffed by pulmonologists, nurses, dieticians, physical therapists, social workers and pharmacists. Additionally, we work closely with endocrinologists, otolaryngologists and gastroenterologists with CF expertise. We provide comprehensive outpatient and inpatient care for all aspects of cystic fibrosis.

 
 

Request an Appointment

New Patients

Patients are seen at our clinic locations from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: 410-502-7044
Fax: 410-502-7048
 

Returning Patients

Request your next appointment through MyChart or call 410-550-5864.

Location

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
601 N. Caroline St., 7th floor
Baltimore, MD 21205
 

Our Physicians and Experts

 

Multidisciplinary Team Members

Nursing

  • Arnita Grant, RN, Nurse Coordinator
  • Aricka Smith, RN
  • Laura Daly, RN, BSN

Nutrition

  • Marsha Davis, RD, LDN, CDE
  • Brianna Williams

Physical Therapy

  • Karen von Berg, PT, DPT
  • Lauren Mitchell, PT
  • Christina Sperle
  • Amy Albano

Social Work

  • Megan Lagergren, LCSW
  • Lauren Barris, LCSW

Pharmacist

  • Jonathan Grant, PharmD

Administrative Staff

  • Kathleen Deinlein, Coordinator
  • Angelina Muse
 
 

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Research

Our faculty are engaged in a variety of studies on the diagnosis, treatment, and symptom management of cystic fibrosis.

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