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Howard County Public Schools Consultation 

Students visiting the nurse’s office in Howard County, Maryland are being connected with doctors at Howard County General Hospital. The school nurse will take the student’s vitals, then connect with the doctor, where the nurse can then employ one of several Bluetooth exam tools.

Parents are invited to attend the appointments through a call and hear about their child’s diagnosis or prescription, or ask questions. Learn more about the Howard County Public Schools collaboration

Fetal Echocardiogram Program

For expectant mothers whose sonogram might indicate a possible cardiac problem, awaiting the results of a fetal echocardiogram can be stressful. The Fetal Echocardiogram program connects specialists at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C. to experts at The Johns Hopkins Children's Center to share information in real time to get insight and answers quickly and efficiently.  

Outpatient Pharmacy Specialty Pharmacy Program

Patients receiving medication from specialty pharmacies with care concerns are able to consult digitally with a clinical care pharmacist in outpatient locations on Holabird Avenue, or at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and the Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Arcade locations. 

The Access Partnership 

By utilizing telemedicine technology, The Access Partnership is connecting uninsured and underinsured residents of the East Baltimore community to primary and speciality care experts.