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Since 1889, Johns Hopkins Medicine works under the vision of its founder: to provide care to all, regardless of race, sex or creed.

Johns Hopkins Medicine is committed to improving the health and wellness of the residents in the neighborhoods we serve.

In Your Community

A Safe Place to Go and A Soft Place to Land

At Johns Hopkins Hospital, Project LINK, a HIV Support Group, connects patients with encouragement, resources and a soft place to land following HIV diagnosis.
In Your Community

The Magic of Volunteering

At Suburban Hospital, 300 volunteers support hospital patients and staff members and play a valuable role as part of Suburban Hospital’s health care team.
In Your Community

Treating Addiction Without Judgment in East Baltimore

The Comprehensive Care Practice at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, a primary-care clinic that places special emphasis on patients with substance use problems has been assisting Baltimoreans for 25 years, providing judgment-free support to people fighting dependence on drugs or alcohol.
In Your Community

Providing Cancer Services at the Parkside Health Center

In collaboration with Unity Health Care (Unity), Sibley Memorial Hospital has established a cancer clinic within the Parkside Health Center with specialty services to provide much-needed cancer care to underserved patients in Wards 7 and 8 and throughout the District of Columbia.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Howard County General Hospital

Health Care & Surgery Center

Johns Hopkins Green Spring Station, Lutherville

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