Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private

JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL, THE

600 NORTH WOLFE STREET, BALTIMORE, MD 21287
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Medicare Performace Measures

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3.6 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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About JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL, THE

600 NORTH WOLFE STREET
BALTIMORE, MD 21287

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, a non-profit academic medical center in Baltimore, Maryland, sets healthcare standards in patient care, research and education.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, The is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Baltimore City County, MD.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, The does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, The is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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Reviews

I’ve been going to Hopkins for years. The medical care is great but the billing department doesn’t bill my NYS insurance correctly. I have to make numerous phone calls and I keep hearing things like “that should have automatically been sent to the other company. I’m not sure why that didn’t happen.” I just paid a bill that I shouldn’t have had to pay to keep it from going to collections. I’ve repeatedly asked to speak to a supervisor and none are available. I left a second message for patient relations. . They never called me back after my first call. I will continue to see one provider that I’ve seen for years but am finding an endocrinologist at another hospital. If they’re going to provide poor customer service I’m going to take my health care dollars elsewhere. (a week ago)

A relative was examined at JHH at the request of CPS and a healthy baby was diagnosed with tibia fractures on both knees. 2 Days Later the baby was seen at Mercy Medical Center no fractures were revealed in the X-ray, we were referred to an orthopedic doctor. Less than two weeks later the baby was examined at University of Maryland Orthopedics and the cast were removed because no fractures were seen. John Hopkins Hospital is in cahoots with the Department of Social Services and CPS to remove black babies from their homes this is medical kidnapping. (in the last week)

I brought My son in to the emergency room due to I'ma sever skin outbreak. not sure if it was due to the grouchiness of the night shift, but the staff came across as if I were disrupting them. I received so many dirty looks, I was anticipating security to tell me to leave. Non of the nurses nor the physicians listened, gave a quick analysis and sent us home with a prescription I ready stated didn't work. Next day went to another hospital ER. All staff showed great concern, took my sons condition seriously and kept my son over night for treatment, several tests and diagnostics (a month ago)

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! (a month ago)

I am a 73 year old woman who has spent over 15 hours in the John Hopkins emergency room sleeping in a chair and waiting for a doctor. There was blood work and EKG done, but nothing else. I would have stayed longer if i had been offered a bed in the hallway or a turkey or chicken sandwich with juice. Also, It would have made the agonizing wait easier if there had been a coffee or a tea pot in a corner some where. A TV would have been nice in the area where we sat. We arrived there about 1:45pm and as we were pushing 12mid-night a mandatory quiet time while people slept would have helped. The later it got the louder people got . We truly did not get a sense that John Hopkins cared for its prospective patients, so we left around 6:45 the next morning never seeing a doctor.(over 15 hours) We felt that if we had stayed any longer without proper nourishment, we would have gotten sicker. (3 months ago)

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