The Johns Hopkins Hospital

About The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Founded over 100 years ago, The Johns Hopkins Hospital is an academic medical and surgical facility with 1,192 acute care beds. Located in Baltimore, MD our reputation for excellence has earned #3 ranking among “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S. News and World Report for more than two decades. JHH was the first hospital in Maryland to receive Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and we have now earned that distinction four consecutive times. Johns Hopkins remains at the forefront of discovery, innovation and medical advances.

For over 125 years, Johns Hopkins nurses have made a commitment to set the standard in nursing excellence. Through leadership, education, research, clinical care and strong interprofessional collaboration, our nurses have made an impact not just within our community, but globally as well.

Johns Hopkins nursing offers a one-stop career destination with world-class colleagues who inspire you to be your best and unparalleled development opportunities at every stage of your professional nursing career. This is a place where anything is possible.


Pediatric Emergency Department Volunteer

March 2022 Baltimore, MD
“The environment, the learning, the on-site experience”

Undergraduate Research Assistant

May 2021 Baltimore, MD
“Great experience to learn new lab techniques and get involved in research. Enjoyed being a part of a smaller lab and getting to know the members of the lab.”
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Questions & Answers

Would greatly appreciate an insider's look into the daily life of an occupational therapist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital!

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Care to share some insight into company culture at The Johns Hopkins Hospital?

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Can anyone tell me what I'd typically be doing as a certified nurse extern at The Johns Hopkins Hospital?

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