Our physicians and researchers are leaders in their fields and have dedicated their entire careers to giving hope to people facing the fight of their lives.
Johns Hopkins is one of only a few centers in the United States that offer a comprehensive array of leading-edge medical treatment services for international patients of all ages.
Our Top-Ranked Specialties
Our experts are known around the world for their innovative programs for both adults and children.
Neurology & Neurosurgery
Johns Hopkins is the birthplace of modern neurosurgery. Our program helps adults and children from around the world battle brain tumors, spinal conditions, peripheral nerve syndromes and more.
Head and Neck Surgery
Johns Hopkins is an international leader in otolaryngology. Our ear, nose & throat program has been delivering expert care such as facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, and treatment for head and neck cancer and skull base tumors, for over a century.
As the first urologic hospital in the United States, our Brady Urological Institute provides expert diagnosis and novel treatment options — including minimally invasive and robotic surgery — for prostate cancer, bladder cancer, kidney cancer and more.
As a global leader in cancer research, diagnosis, staging and treatment, the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has a wide spectrum of clinical trials and specialty treatment programs for lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, pediatric bone marrow transplantation and proton therapy.
Gastroenterology & GI Surgery
We are known throughout the world for our research and clinical care in the diagnosis and treatment of digestive disorders, primarily focused on diseases of the esophagus and stomach, liver, pancreas and biliary tract, and small and large intestine.
Our division of nephrology is known globally for pioneering comprehensive kidney transplant treatment, including incompatible kidney transplant and HIV-to-HIV kidney transplant.
Patient Care Locations
To meet your complex health care needs, we coordinate medical treatment for international patients and families at several Johns Hopkins Medicine hospitals, including The Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., and Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida.