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It has been over 12 years since I walked out of Johns Hopkins hospital pancreatic cancer free and haven't looked back at the cancer. After two unsuccessful operation attempts along with a month of chemo and radiation at another hospital I was told at that hospital there was nothing more to do and that I had 6 to 12 months to live. Placing god first, my family's support second and Dr. Kurtis Campbell and Johns Hopkins right in there as well I am still healthy and have experienced 3 grandchildren since. The most wonderful hospital and staff on earth! Thank you again Dr Campbell and Johns Hopkins!
Doug Deitrick, 2 months ago
Best place ever! Husband received a liver transplant and the Dr's and especially the nurses a great!!!! Wish to thank them all for the love and care they showed not only to my husband but to me as well!!
Linda Sanders, 2 months ago
Jessie was perfect. He works guest services and his customer service is absolutely phenomenal! He makes you forget about the bad day your having! The nurses was also nice (Rebbecca) ! They made my mom feel so comfortable! We love you guys, thanks!
Brittany Gordon, 3 months ago
I have had two children born at Hopkins and two at GBMC (an affiliate) all Caesarian. We were treated like royalty. I noticed that some more coherent complaints dealt with the E.R. I watched the general patient population. The E.R had reams of people there for minor complaints compared to bleeding wounds and the staff appeared to my eye as triaging the worst first. Many were either drunk or high or on the way down. My bride and I chatted with welfare mothers who were there for free tube tying and who also left because they didn't either have time or wanted a cigarette or were hungry. The nurses treated them the same as we (the highly insured) were treated and I was impressed with their patience and open concern for the best of the ones who were there for free, expensive treatment. We're lucky to have the place here in Baltimore for poor and privileged and those in-between. And the cafeteria - they should cater.
James Sale, 3 months ago
I received Excellent care from start to finish. Dr. Weingart did a Wonderful job on my brain surgery. The entire staff was incredible. I am so thankful to everyone at Johns Hopkins!
Pauli Kaiser, 3 months ago
My wife was hospitalized for over two weeks at the @ Johns Hopkins Brain Rescue Unit. The doctors, nurses and entire medical support team were AMAZING! The level of care, compassion and support surpassed our expectations. The team made us feel like family and not a mere patient. Additionally, my wife didn’t have any dietary restrictions and the hospital food was surprisingly good. No one ever wants to be ill or have to deal with significant health issues. That said, if there’s a place to be during these challenging times, I highly recommend Hopkins. After further review, we found that they are ranked 4th in the world...they are living up to their expectations!
Dave Guzman, 4 months ago
Marci Conors, 7 months ago
Best hospital in the area, they have their own processes how to treat patients. The JHH always letting us know what’s going on our health concerns and what is the next step for our treatments. I have been treated and my family at this hospital for one year and the gave us the best treat ever!! MAY GOD BLESS THEM!!!!
Ahmed alhosani, 8 months ago
The Greatest hospital! At one time or another we have all been patients. You can ride The light rail strait to The basement. Walk up a few steps, and your right there. The nurses and doctors are knowledgeable and caring. The cafeteria has alot to offer. This hospital is a small city in its self. My wife worked there, at Nelson 6. Hart and lung transplant department. The Security is top notch. There in booths on every corner and walking through the halls. In the original part of the hospital is a magnificent sculptor of Jesus with open arms. As I stood there looking up at him. It made me see alot of things in my life that needed to change for the better. Everything in perspective. To see how many people that have touched the feet with a prayer. Have made me think of the history . .. How many lives where extended... made so much better.. because of the research, resource, knowledge and learning with skilled hands. Guided by the best in our nation. I can not say enough. It is Baltimore's greatest jewel.
Samuel Horowitz, 11 months ago
Would never go any place but Hopkins. The physicians are the best of the best. It is a facility that is enriched in academia, research and cutting edge technologies. Hopkins provides care that is extraordinary and known throughout the world. It is hands down known as the best in eye care at Wilmer Eye clinic and cardiology. Where else can you walk into a mini international community.
Debra Woodard, 12 months ago
Joffa Thompson, 1 year ago
2122-2126 Mura Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21213
- Contact: Kenneth Stoller
- (410) 522-1142
At The Johns Hopkins Hospital, located in scenic Baltimore, Maryland, individualized addiction treatment programs are aimed at fitting the specific requirements of the patient. With unique treatment plans that are tailor-made to suit the individual, addicts will have every opportunity to overcome their addiction.
Just before the patient begins treatment at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, a comprehensive patient assessment will be conducted in order to determine which treatment method will work best. No matter what age group the individual belongs to, treatment is available to those of all ages . In order to obtain a life that is free of addiction, the addict has to be in the mindset of ‘recovery’. This means that the idea of sobriety is already planted in the individual’s mind and therefore will want to work toward achieving that goal.
The dedicated staff members at The Johns Hopkins Hospital are committed to the recovery of the patient and will do everything in their power to help them throughout this trying time. Reaching personal life goals is possible but it requires the addict to kick the habit of abusing drugs and alcohol in order to obtain them. This is exactly why facilities for addiction treatment exist.
There is no reason that treatment shouldn’t begin today, so contact The Johns Hopkins Hospital and discuss the various treatment options today. Breaking the cycle of addiction is difficult which is why treatment facilities are here to help. Typically speaking, addicts fail when it comes to seeking treatment on their own as not all facilities out there are as reputable as others. At The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the staff is dedicated to helping their patients succeed in recovery. It’s never too late to seek help and assistance with drug or alcohol addiction.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital strives to show addicts that there is a life outside of addiction and through treatment; Addicts will be able to take control of their lives. Patients are also urged to attend relapse prevention programs even after treatment is completed in order to mitigate the chances of relapse in the future.
The time to get help for addiction is now.