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Sarcoidosis Clinic

About Our Practice

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The Sarcoidosis Clinic at Johns Hopkins was established by Dr. Carol J. Johns and is one of the longest-tenured clinics devoted to the evaluation and management of patients with known or suspected sarcoidosis in the United States.  The Sarcoidosis Clinic welcomes patients with sarcoidosis in all its forms, including:

  • Common manifestations of sarcoidosis, such as in the lung, eye and skin
  • Less common manifestations, including the brain, heart, liver, bone and kidney

The Johns Hopkins Sarcoidosis Clinic has established connections with experts in who evaluate and treat sarcoidosis affecting other major organs in the body including the heart, brain and eyes.  Additional information regarding resources at Johns Hopkins for patients with sarcoidosis involving the heart (cardiac sarcoidosis) can be found on the Johns Hopkins Cardiology website.

 

Johns Hopkins Sarcoidosis Patient Support Group

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Meetings occur first Monday of the month via zoom from 5:30-7:00 pm.  The upcoming scheduled meetings in 2022:

  • January 3rd – Dr. Robin Avery – COVID update
  • February 7th – Dr. Ofure Akhiwu – Nutrition
  • March 7th – Dr. Emily Brigham – Nutrition in Inflammatory Disease
  • April 4th – Dr. Michelle Sharp – Sarcoidosis Education Series
  • May 2nd – Dr. Paula Barreras - Fatigue in Sarcoidosis

Please reach out to the clinic at sarcoidosis@jhmi.edu if you would like more information about these services.

 

Scheduling an Appointment

Patients are seen at our clinic from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Phone: 410-550-5864
Fax: 410-367-2711

When visiting the clinic for the first time, here are a list of items we would appreciate that you bring to help us understand your case.

Directions to the Bayview Campus

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Asthma and Allergy Building
Second Floor
5501 Hopkins Bayview Circle
Baltimore, MD 21224
 

Our Sarcoidosis Specialists

Research

Johns Hopkins is at the forefront of sarcoidosis research, including efforts to improve treatments and better understand immune responses in sarcoidosis. Learn more about our areas of research.

 
 

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