The American Nurse Project

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

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For more than a century, The Johns Hopkins Hospital has had a tradition and mission of striving to lead the world in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and to train tomorrow’s great physicians, nurses and scientists. Above all, we aim to provide the highest quality health care and service to all of our patients. The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center Tower and the Sheik Zayed Adult Tower opened May 1, 2012, adding approximately 1.6 million square feet of state-of the-art medical facilities. The 12-story towers mark a new era for The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Nationally and Internationally recognized Specialty Care,  The Johns Hopkins Hospital is globally acclaimed for its exceptional services and programs. For 21 consecutive years, it has topped U.S. News & World Report’s “Honor Roll” in the magazine’s annual ranking of America’s Best Hospitals.

Part of a Premier Integrated System

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, founded in 1889, and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, created in 1893, form the nucleus of Johns Hopkins Medicine. This is one of the world’s premier, integrated health systems, with six hospitals, four community-based health care and surgery centers, more than 30 primary health care sites throughout Maryland, managed care and home care services, and numerous strategic collaboration, affiliate and management agreements overseas, and multiple short-term consulting projects.