Administration

Department of Medicine Top Fundraiser at 2015 American Diabetes Association Step Out:  Walk To Stop Diabetes

Department of Medicine Top Fundraiser at 2015 American Diabetes Association Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes

Posted by  | Administration

The totals are in and the Department of Medicine was the top Johns Hopkins Medicine fundraiser at this year’s Baltimore American Diabetes Step Out Walk—raising $23,408! We nearly met out $25,000 goal thanks to the efforts of our outstanding team captains.  We had 6 teams raise over $1,000: Diabetes Center and Division of Endocrinology ($5,786)(...)

Read More

The United Way Campaign in Underway!

The United Way Campaign in Underway!

Posted by  | Administration

Greetings! We invite you to consider participating with the United Way! Whether you simply donate $1 or any other amount of your choice, you help make a difference in our community. When you donate to United Way of Central Maryland, your gift goes directly to many of the most needed programs in our community that(...)

Read More

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America Hosts 7th Annual Spotlight Gala and Chef’s Tasting

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America Hosts 7th Annual Spotlight Gala and Chef’s Tasting

Posted by  | Administration, Congratulations

The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), Maryland/Southern DelawareChapter, will host their Annual Spotlight Gala and Chef’s Tasting at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel on Friday, November 6. The gala will honor Dr. Theodore Bayless, for his work in the field of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) with the Honored Hero of Distinction & Lifetime(...)

Read More

GBR in Maryland – A new payment methodology for Maryland hospitals

GBR in Maryland – A new payment methodology for Maryland hospitals

Posted by  | Administration, Patient Care

Recently, you may have heard the acronym “GBR” being tossed around in meetings and hallways of the hospital. “GBR” has been called a tectonic shift in the decades-old Maryland all-payer model. So what is GBR, and why is it so important? GBR (Global Budget Revenue) is a payment method recently implemented by Maryland’s all-payer system(...)

Read More

Sesame Street visits the Bloomberg Children’s Center

Sesame Street visits the Bloomberg Children’s Center

Posted by  | Administration, Patient Care

Big Bird, also known as Darren Brownlee, assistant administrator for ambulatory and access operations, and the Count, Gian Bonetti, project administrator in the outpatient center, paid a visit to the Bloomberg Children's Center on Friday, October 30 to help the center's patients celebrate Halloween. The Division of Endocrinology and several other groups set up tables(...)

Read More

A Day in the Life of a Central Scheduler

A Day in the Life of a Central Scheduler

Posted by  | Administration, Patient Care

With such a large institution, it is almost impossible to understand the inner-workings of every area within our department. The below video is the first in our "Day in the Life" series where we will explore a typical day in different roles within the Department of Medicine with interviews with staff members. A huge thank(...)

Read More

OneStart Bio-Entrepreneurship Program for Students and Postdocs

OneStart Bio-Entrepreneurship Program for Students and Postdocs

Posted by  | Administration

Win $150k to realize your healthcare business idea! Applications are open NOW Do you have an innovative idea that could tackle humanity's most pressing healthcare needs? OneStart 2016 is the world's largest life sciences and healthcare accelerator program. Offering young entrepreneurs the chance to win $150k, free lab space and on-going advice from its extensive mentor network drawn from(...)

Read More

Host a Baltimore City Public High School Student this Summer

Posted by  | Administration

The Diversity and Academic Advancement Summer Institute (DAASI) invites you to host a Baltimore City high school student during the summer of 2016 at no financial cost. DAASI is a partnership between the Office for Student Diversity at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Thread, a non-profit organization, with student stipends being provided in(...)

Read More