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Military Commitment

Proud to Support our Military Professionals and Veterans

Our Promise To Members Of The Military

Veterans, active military personnel, reservists and veterans from all the U.S. military divisions play an important role in American life. The commitment, service and sacrifice these men and women make is something we all benefit from. Their families also make a sacrifice, so that they can serve. That’s why it’s especially important that Johns Hopkins Medicine recognizes not only their service, but also ensures that there are civilian career opportunities available to them once they have completed their active duty as well as career opportunities that allow them to continue to serve if they wish to.

We Value All Members of the Armed Forces:

  • United States Army
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States Navy
  • United States Air Force
  • United States Coast Guard
  • National Guard & Reserves

What Johns Hopkins Offers To Members Of The Military

It's not just the right thing to do; it’s also the smart thing to do. The skills the armed services impart are valuable and often are directly applicable to healthcare services which Johns Hopkins Medicine offers to our patients and families. The education, discipline and organizational experience lend themselves to everything from administrative work and information technology to nursing and patient services. The collaboration, teamwork and ability to adapt to changing environments are also an invaluable quality as healthcare changes and evolves. We offer an environment based on service excellence and highest standards of care.

The Johns Hopkins Health System enthusiastically welcomes veterans and active personnel to our vibrant and inclusive work environment. We are fully committed to developing a culture where the diversity of our employees, including their military service, is recognized for the rich contribution that they make to the communities we serve each day. We invite you to meet our military personnel and to explore Johns Hopkins career opportunities.

Hear Our Stories

The following Johns Hopkins employees are veterans, active service members or in the reserves. Here they share their unique stories of life in the military and at Johns Hopkins, where they help deliver on The Promise of Medicine:

Byron Cooper

MMIS Coordinator
The Johns Hopkins Health System
U.S. Army

Anthony DiGeorgio

Director of Retail Operations
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
U.S. Marine Corps

Brenda Parker

Medical Claims Adjuster
Johns Hopkins Health Care
U.S. Army

The Military & The Johns Hopkins Hospital

The military is part of The Johns Hopkins Hospital history; Dr. William H. Welch, one of four founding members of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and founder of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, served as preceptor for Major Walter Reed, whose name marks the Army's best-known hospital. We proudly continue this military legacy as an integral part of our future.

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