About Johns Hopkins Home Care Group

Johns Hopkins Home Care Group - Serving Maryland Since 1983. Johns Hopkins Home Care Group is part of Johns Hopkins Medicine, one of the nation’s leading health systems. It provides the communities it serves with a diverse and inclusive home care environment designed to help patients regain and retain their level of function and independence. Johns Hopkins Home Care Group employs medical professionals trained to help patients of all ages. We are owned by the Johns Hopkins Health System and The Johns Hopkins University. We are licensed by the state of Maryland, accredited by the Joint Commission — Home Health Services, Pediatrics at Home, Pharmaquip Infusion Pharmacy, Pharmaquip Equipment Services and Clinical Respiratory Care. We are Medicare- and Medicaid-certified. Contact Johns Hopkins Home Care Group at 410-288-8100 to learn more about the services we offer or the home medical equipment designed to help you maintain your health and independence in the home.

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3 Tips to Help Your Incontinent Child Deal with School Bullies

3 Tips to Help Your Incontinent Child Deal with School Bullies

Over the last decade, childhood bullying and its prevention has received more attention. However, it remains a common problem across playgrounds across the country. A 2014 study found that a quarter of all children in the United States experience it at one time or another. If you’re the parent of a child living with incontinence,(...)

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5 Tips to Help Care for Someone With A Memory Loss Disorder

5 Tips to Help Care for Someone With A Memory Loss Disorder

As the primary caregiver to an elderly relative with a memory loss disorder such as Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia, you know first-hand just how challenging or even frustrating the responsibility can be at times. But in this role it's important to sometimes step back, take a deep breath and try some new methods to deal with these challenges. Here are five tips(...)

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How Seasonal Allergies Can Affect Respiratory Conditions

How Seasonal Allergies Can Affect Respiratory Conditions

Runny nose, congestion, itchy eyes and facial pressure – cold and flu season has passed, but their symptoms are rearing up once more through seasonal allergies. What are seasonal allergies? Also called hay fever or allergic rhinitis, seasonal allergies are your body’s response to allergens like pollen, mold spores, and animal dander. Your immune system(...)

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Why Medication Labels Matter

Why Medication Labels Matter

In any given month, nearly half of all Americans take prescription medication. That’s millions of capsules, ounces, and syringes of symptom-fighting assistance... and room for error. To ensure safety, the FDA requires specific information to be featured on approved prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medications. Before opening your next medication, take a minute to check the(...)

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How to Safely Travel With Portable Oxygen

How to Safely Travel With Portable Oxygen

Toothbrush? Check. Map, itinerary, and phone numbers? Check. Note from your physician and extra batteries? Um… While you or a loved one know how to manage portable oxygen equipment in your daily lives, the newness of travel can disrupt routines as you scramble to follow new rules. But whether it’s be air, by sea or(...)

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5 Parental Tips to get You Started in Enteral Nutrition

5 Parental Tips to get You Started in Enteral Nutrition

Whether it’s part of temporary care or a long-term solution, enteral feeding for your child can be an overwhelming decision and an even more overwhelming experience. Mainlining food directly into the stomach or small intestine via a tube in the nose or abdomen doesn’t come naturally. For parents walking into this unchartered territory, we offer(...)

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