John Hundt, chief administrative officer of surgical services for The Johns Hopkins Hospital, was honored in June for his contributions to Baltimore charities, for his board memberships and for his volunteerism. bit.ly/3xxfBej
This week on #ICYMI, @rachel_butch explains how the power of VR headsets can be distraction therapy for children's medical procedures, a new Huntington's disease research that slows down the progression of symptoms and possible new treatments for when antibiotics don't work.
Need to give a huge shout out to @JohnsHopkinsSPH and @HopkinsMedicine for making our asymptomatic testing so easy. Today I made an appointment, walked to the self serve testing, and completed my test- all in under four minutes. This is how it should be everywhere.
Today, let's welcome #JHGIfellow Kavin Kanthasamy! Attracted to the strong mentorship and clinical exposure offered @HopkinsMedicine, he also enjoys taking care of his new #minipoodle, Soju, trying new #Baltimore restaurants and taking up residence on all coasts of the US.
By following certain patients for long periods — sometimes from childhood through adulthood — the Johns Hopkins epilepsy team helps protect patients from problems that can occur during various stages of their lives.
Comprehensive vaccinations clinics led by @HopkinsMedicine are taking place throughout the Baltimore community. Walk through one of the clinics with a photo essay documenting residents getting their COVID-19 vaccinations. bit.ly/3C42Awc
Flor Giusti navigates ways for families to receive assistance with basic needs. During the pandemic, “It’s been a nightmare to find help,” says the bilingual social worker at the Children’s Medical Practice @HopkinsBayview .bit.ly/3zWiB5C
Join us in celebrating MRI Safety Week with @hopkinsradiology from July 25–31. “Accurate MRI screening is essential to prevent harm. Our dedicated MRI team members work tirelessly every day to ensure patients and staff members are safe.” #MRISafetyWeek
.@panagis21 says the COVID vaccine is a "bulletproof vest" against the virus! COVID-19 infections in Maryland are increasing but hospitalization and deaths have plateaued because people are vaccinated. @HopkinsMedicine
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Through a collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Bermuda Hospitals Board is now providing 13.4% of their stroke patients with a clot-busting drug that raises their chances for full recoveries. bit.ly/3zTQUKq