Celebrating Johns Hopkins Medicine Hospitals

In celebration of National Hospital Week from May 10 – 16, here is some trivia about the success of dedicated teams throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Johns Hopkins Medicine International offers hospital management, health care consulting and clinical education services through strategic alliances and affiliations in six regions around the world.

The Johns Hopkins Children's Center is the largest children's hospital in Maryland.

Howard County General Hospital is recognized by HealthGrades as the top hospital in Maryland for overall critical care.

The Sullivan Center for Breast Health at Sibley Memorial Hospital diagnoses and treats more breast cancer than any other medical facility in the Washington, D.C., and Maryland area.

All Children’s Hospital became the first U.S. hospital outside the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. region to achieve membership in Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Johns Hopkins Home Care Group treats more than 130,000 adults and children in Central Maryland annually.

The John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center is one of only 41 cancer centers nationwide designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been ranked No. 1 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 22 out of 25 years.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center performs more than 2,200 annual bariatric procedures, with one of the lowest complication rates nationwide.

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians handles more than 820,000 annual patient visits.

Suburban Hospital is the only designated trauma center in Montgomery County and one of only four Maryland hospitals verified as Level II Trauma Centers.

All Children’s Hospital has the largest pediatric bone marrow transplant program in Florida as well as one of the largest pediatric cancer centers in the southeastern United States.

Patient Testimonial, Johns Hopkins HealthCare: “I cannot describe what I would say (to my providers) other than I’m so thankful they were there and saved my life,” said patient Doris Orem. “No words can explain.” It took a cardiologist to revive her heart. It took surgeons to insert the stents. But it took a team to save a patient’s life and give her a second chance.

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