At Johns Hopkins Home Care Group, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, we understand people are healthier and happier in familiar surroundings. And we also understand that providing the highest level of in-home care starts by delivering the best support for our health care professionals. Our exceptional team of exceptional home health professionals share one passion – to set the highest standard of excellence in pediatric and adult in-home care.
Staff members are chosen for their expertise and many of our nurses, therapists and social workers have advanced degrees and clinical training that is unique to in-home care. As part of our team, your expertise and dedication will help provide compassionate health care and education, build long-term and caring relationships and make a profound difference in the lives of both adults and children in need of in-home health care.
The world of health care is changing quickly, and with these changes comes many exciting opportunities to use your passion. At Johns Hopkins HealthCare, we are always looking for people with the skills, compassion and commitment to excellence that is needed to help improve the lives of our plan members. We offer one-of-a-kind career paths for those interested in providing member-centered health care insurance solutions. From innovative claims processing and enrollment to data-driven analytics and care management, we meet the needs of our over 300,000 plan members and more than 18,000 medical providers every day.
As an employee at Johns Hopkins HealthCare, you’ll work alongside a team of dedicated advocates committed to providing the best possible customer service and be part of a department where every team member makes a difference. In return, you’ll enjoy a flexible work environment, exceptional benefits and the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally
At Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, our patients are our first priority, and thanks to each of our dedicated staff and providers and leaders, our patients feel well cared for in their medical home. JHCP is an integral part of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
JHCP offers an infrastructure to assure the best Quality, Access, Information, Integration and Innovation. To ensure Quality, we have a strong commitment to patient satisfaction and safety. We strive to be a part of the community we serve, and we offer high quality care with a personal touch. To ensure Access, we accept most insurers, offers sites throughout Maryland and the Greater Washington area, and partner with organizations throughout the region. We use information in a meaningful way at JHCP through our innovative electronic medical record and registries that facilitate our patient outreach efforts.
As a part of Hopkins, we are a fully integrated organization that hosts faculty, partners with hospitalist programs, offers front line specialty care and is connected with hospitals across Maryland and DC. And finally, we are health care leaders in innovation. Our Patient Centered Medical Home model provides patients with comprehensive care from a committed team. We provide evidence based care through our commitment to the mission of discovery. Our practices are embedded with pharmacy, social work and care coordination to provide our patients with everything they need for their overall wellbeing.
We have 40 locations in 10 Maryland counties including: Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Charles, Frederick, Hartford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's and Washington counties, Washington, D.C. and Arlington, VA.
I have been working at Johns Hopkins Health System full-time (More than 8 years)
Secure RN job with a large hospital that has a large selection of nursing positions and any field you are looking for.
So large they don't cater to the individual, you get lost in the big boys club. Medical coverage has really declined.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Johns Hopkins Health System (Baltimore, MD) in January 2017.
It was a phone interview, and the person who contacted me was very friendly and personable. We discussed what Epic is and the projects Hopkins is working on at integrating Epic and we discussed bringing me in for an aptitude test to see how I fare working with computers and the soft ware and the verbal communication section of the test.
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