The mission of this world renowned medical institution
is to bring better health care to people around the world.
In 1873, Johns Hopkins Medicine was born, founded by Hopkins' donation, the largest sum ever to have been donated in U.S. history. The hospital was a pioneer in forming an integral relationship between research and clinical work, and to this day a total of 31 Nobel Prize winners have come from its research division.
In addition to 3 inpatient hospitals, John Hopkins possesses an outpatient center and university, and has affiliates in governments, universities and hospitals in 30 countries, including Singapore and Turkey. The mission of this world renowned medical institution is to bring better health care to people around the world.
* Johns Hopkins Medicine International is the international department of Johns Hopkins Medicine, and works toward the improvement of worldwide medical technology.
World-class level healthcare services will be realized through close partnership and activities such as: quarterly quality checks from the US headquarters, lectures by renowned doctors, sharing of a medical information database, and the establishment of a referral route to the US headquarters.
|Located||Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
|Numerical data from 2009||2,940 doctors(full-time)|
|1,897 beds (includes affiliated hospitals)|
|99,000 surgeries (includes affiliate hospitals)|