Providing Aid When Disaster Strikes (Twice)

Providing Aid When Disaster Strikes (Twice)

Posted by  | Collaboration, Health System Sustainability, Patient Safety, Primary Care

Back-to-back in September 2017, two Category 5 hurricanes slammed the U.S. Virgin Islands. In the months that followed, three waves of the Johns Hopkins Go Team—a response team of the Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response—traveled to St. John to provide hands-on medical care and bring much-needed supplies and medicines. As the territory is(...)

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We’re Our Global Affiliates’ Emergency Contact

We’re Our Global Affiliates’ Emergency Contact

Posted by  | Collaboration, Latin America, Patient Care, Patient Safety

Medical emergencies can happen at any moment. Our affiliates in Panama and Brazil asked to work with us to elevate their emergency care, wanting to ensure they could offer high-quality services supported by the right infrastructure and clinical protocols. After collaborating with Johns Hopkins emergency medicine experts, in 2017 Pacífica Salud Hospital Punta Pacífica opened(...)

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One-on-One Connections and Second Opinions

One-on-One Connections and Second Opinions

Posted by  | Collaboration, Health Care Leadership Development, Latin America, Medical Education, Middle East

A surgeon encounters a tough cardiac case and needs a second opinion. Or perhaps she wants to explore minimally invasive surgery for a faster recovery. While she could consult with her Johns Hopkins colleagues remotely, nothing beats the richness of a face-to-face connection to share knowledge and find solutions. We connect Johns Hopkins clinicians with(...)

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Heard in Bermuda: ‘Johns Hopkins Saved My Father’s Life’

Heard in Bermuda: ‘Johns Hopkins Saved My Father’s Life’

Posted by  | Collaboration, Patient Care

Locals line the streets to enjoy a vibrant celebration. A colorful parade winding through Hamilton, Bermuda, is the highlight of Bermuda Day—an annual patriotic holiday featuring dance troupes, bands and decorated floats. For more than a decade, Johns Hopkins Medicine has remained committed to ensuring that Bermudians stay healthy and informed, and have access to(...)

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Going Way Back in Chinese Medical Education

Going Way Back in Chinese Medical Education

Posted by  | Asia Pacific, Collaboration, Medical Education

Johns Hopkins’ relationship with China goes back to 1915, when William Welch, the first dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, traveled there with the China Medical Board to visit hospitals and medical schools. Committed to continuing to share knowledge with the Chinese medical community, Johns Hopkins Medicine International began a relationship with(...)

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Co-authoring a New Chapter in Chinese Health Care

Co-authoring a New Chapter in Chinese Health Care

Posted by  | Asia Pacific, Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Care Leadership Development, Medical Education

Johns Hopkins Medicine International is excited to announce a new consulting agreement with China Northwest International Medical Center (CNIMC) to help it establish a new state-of-the-art care facility in Xi’an City. We’re entering the project at an early stage and will help CNIMC develop its structure, function and medical vision. Together, we will lay out(...)

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