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The Pharmacy Department at Hopkins is responsible for dispensing medications daily for an average inpatient population of 700 patients with additional services provided in the outpatient setting. The department consists of pharmacists, as well as technical and support personnel, who work together to assure patients receive the highest quality pharmaceutical care possible.
Clinical services provided by the department include renal drug monitoring, drug interaction monitoring, patient care rounding, medication teaching, therapeutic drug monitoring, drug order review, drug information support for care providers and a focus on an integrated, unit-based model for care delivery.
Health Career Training Programs
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Allied Health Programs offer several opportunities for students interested in pursuing a health career in an environment that promotes both professional and academic excellence. Listed below are some of the programs offered.
Child life specialists are vital members of the health care team, helping children cope with their hospitalization through arts, crafts and other activities in playrooms or at the bedside. The Johns Hopkins Children's Center offers a 14-week internship training program for credit at the undergraduate and graduate level.
At Hopkins, the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science provides training programs for medical imaging in Radiologic Technology, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Technology, Cross Sectional Imaging.