Johns Hopkins Health System

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9 days ago

Certified Medical Assistant

Johns Hopkins Health System Columbia, MD

In this role, you will work under the clinical direction of the physician. The medical assistant in the ambulatory practice functions as an integral… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Evaluator Psychiatric Emergency Services

Johns Hopkins Health System Baltimore, MD

Conducts psychiatric evaluations in the Emergency Department, diagnoses, makes referrals to appropriate levels of care, does pre-cert with insurance… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Nurse Coordinator - Bundled Rates Contracts (RN)

Johns Hopkins Health System Glen Burnie, MD

Reports to the Assistant Director of Managed Care Contracting. Responsible for routine management of patients billed under a bundled rate contract… CareerBuilder

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Johns Hopkins Health System President, Johns Hopkins Health System and The Johns Hopkins Hospital Ronald R. Peterson
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15 Ratings

    Perfection in practice.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous in Baltimore, MD (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Baltimore, MD (US)

    I have been working at Johns Hopkins Health System full-time (less than an year)


    By far and away the fellow employees at Johns Hopkins is what establishes their superior brand and is also the main attractant for new hires.


    Pay is below market, sometimes up to 30%. They view the opportunity to work at Hopkins as a substantial value to you. It comes across as them doing you a favor to allow you to work there for low pay. No 401k match, parking at the main campus is $120 a month but all sold out, so you pay that to park at a remote lot and pay again for public transit to work at the hospital.

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    If you want to attract and retain talent to ensure the prosperity of this organization, invest more into your people.

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