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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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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5 Tips to Better Wheelchair Exercise for a Healthy Heart

5 Tips to Better Wheelchair Exercise for a Healthy Heart

The Department of Health and Human Services recommends 150 minutes of moderate exercise each week to help keep your heart healthy. When using a wheelchair, that number might seem Herculean. However, unlocking the fittest, strongest, healthiest you is 100 percent possible with these exercise ideas that work because of your wheelchair, not in spite of(...)

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What to Know about Obstructive Sleep Apnea

What to Know about Obstructive Sleep Apnea

This week is National Sleep Awareness Week, part of National Sleep Awareness Month all March! During this week, organizations throughout the country including Sleep Services of America (SSA)  are promoting the benefits of getting a good night’s rest. But many people are dealing with quite the opposite. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a chronic condition where(...)

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10 Steps to a More Senior-Safe Home

10 Steps to a More Senior-Safe Home

Home is where many of our patients feel the safest. Secure in the memories and nostalgic atmosphere, your own residence can provide all the real comforts of home while still maintaining your medical needs. Here are some easy alterations to make your home safe from potential accidents. Add a ramp or threshold mat to any(...)

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How to Balance Being a Parent and Caregiver of a Child with Medical Needs

How to Balance Being a Parent and Caregiver of a Child with Medical Needs

Kids will be kids… or so the saying goes. Each child has a dream of what they may want to be in life - an astronaut, a cowgirl or perhaps a superhero. Often when facing new and sometimes serious medical circumstances, children hold on to those childhood ambitions; but the everyday life they knew takes(...)

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Why More People are Choosing Home Care

Why More People are Choosing Home Care

When faced with the decision to move to a skilled nursing facility, assisted living facility, or receive in-home care, how do you choose? According to the Congressional Budget Office’s article on the Rising Demand for Long-Term Services and Supports for Elderly People in 2013, over 80 percent of elderly people receiving care, are receiving it(...)

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