Johns Hopkins Medicine at 25

Starting with its formation in 1996, Johns Hopkins Medicine has transformed health care through innovations in patient care, research and education. On these pages, we reflect on the first 25 years of caring for our patients and our communities, using research to advance patient care, and training the next generation of health care providers.

Johns Hopkins Medicine 25th Anniversary

In 1996, Johns Hopkins Medicine was formed to enhance collaboration and cooperation between the health system and the school of medicine. Today, Johns Hopkins Medicine includes six hospitals, four suburban health care and surgery centers, over 40 patient care locations, a home care group, an international division and one of the oldest medical schools in the country.

25 Years of Innovation

Explore 25 milestones from Johns Hopkins Medicine.