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Respiratory Care Services at Johns Hopkins

Respiratory Care Team at Johns Hopkins

Respiratory Care Services Mission

The mission of Respiratory Care Services at The Johns Hopkins Hospital is to provide highest level of patient/family centered care, support, and customer service to the patients of The Johns Hopkins Hospital. In this environment, we utilize collaborative and inclusive approaches to develop and encourage a stimulating environment that promotes interdisciplinary professional relationships to provide patient care and transform the health care environment.

Respiratory Care Services Vision

To cultivate an innovative environment that provides high-value patient and family centered care using open communication with respect, collaboration, and integrity with all members of the healthcare team.

About Respiratory Care Services

Respiratory Care Services (RCS) at The Johns Hopkins Hospital is a division of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. The RCS division is separated into three specialized areas: Adult critical care, pediatric critical care, and neonatal critical care. The division consists of approximately 120 RCPs that are supported by a technical director, 2 managers, 7 clinical coordinators, an ECMO coordinator and specialist, a quality and safety coordinator, and an equipment specialist that oversees 4 equipment technicians. RCPs provide services to 8 intensive care units, 2 emergency departments, several intermediate care areas, and a pediatric ECMO program. RCPs are also members of cardiopulmonary arrest teams, rapid response teams, trauma teams, and transport teams.

We invite you to browse our webpage and learn more about Respiratory Care Services at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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