Through compassionate patient care, advocacy, teaching and scholarship, Johns Hopkins urban health residents receive world class clinical training that integrates them in the Baltimore community. During their two-week Health Care for the Homeless rotation, for example, residents see how the organization’s clinic is run and learn how to care for patients experiencing homelessness or housing instability.

Iris Leviner, M.D., Johns Hopkins urban health internal medicine-pediatrics graduate, enjoyed her rotation so much that she is now Health Care for the Homeless’ director of pediatric and family medicine. She also directs the rotation for the residents.

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