The Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians (OJHP) coordinates the activities of all physicians who are currently part of or who are joining Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), regardless of entity or location. OJHP ensures that the necessary resources and coordination are in place, allowing all physicians to better care for patients and support the mission of JHM.
OJHP develops overall guidelines and parameters to assist in the development of new physician offices, physician activities and physician engagement throughout JHM. In addition, OJHP is responsible for assessing the current state of Johns Hopkins physicians, examining unmet physician needs throughout the JHM family and developing strategies for meeting those needs.
OJHP’s vision is to create clinical integration among all physicians within JHM, leading to a patient-centered care delivery system anchored in research and education.
The Johns Hopkins Clinical Alliance
is a clinically integrated network: a physician-led,
physician-governed collaboration between physicians and Johns
Hopkins Medicine that can benefit a practice and its patients.
Joining the Johns Hopkins Clinical Alliance means joining a network that includes adult and pediatric services, and that seeks to help independent physicians succeed in value-based care programs with payers.
JHCP is a team of skilled and compassionate providers that care for patients and families through all stages of life. With more than 40 locations throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., JHCP provides a wealth of knowledgeable and experienced providers, nurses and support staff members.
is a Johns Hopkins Health System physician group created to provide
premier care to patients locally. Participating physicians benefit
from the renowned faculty, practices and technological
infrastructure of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
This mutually beneficial framework offers exceptional care for patients while supporting physicians in their practice. JHRP offices are located throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia.