The Impact of Johns Hopkins in Montgomery County
! Johns Hopkins University Campus
" Johns Hopkins Health System Hospital
# Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
Montgomery CountyMontgomery CountyMontgomery County CenterMontgomery County Center
Suburban HospitalSuburban Hospital
North BethesdaNorth Bethesda
Johns Hopkins facilities/operations in Montgomery County
Number of jobs 433,226
Median household income*
Unemployment rate 5.6%
Percent of residents 25 and older with at least a bachelors degree*
^2010 Census population counts*2010 projections from DemographicsNow2010 data from the Maryland Dept. of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Four divisions of Johns Hopkins the schools of arts and sciences, engineering, business and education offer more than 50 degree and certificate programs at the Universitys 36-acre Montgomery County Campus in Rockville. Enrollment at MCC currently totals about 4,000, and consists mostly of working professionals who study part-time.
The campus is also home to the MCC Start-Up Center, which provides space for entrepreneurs in the earliest stages of starting a business, and for others seeking to establish an initial presence in the area. As of 2010, seven fledgling companies were operating in this space. In addition to those in the Start-Up Center, 11 other technology companies were operating in 23,000 square feet of space leased from MCC.
In 2010 the National Cancer Institute started construction of a new 575,000 square-foot research center at the Montgomery County Campus. Over time, up to 2 million square feet of additional research space could be developed on the Campus. Several million square feet of additional research and office space could be developed at the Universitys 108-acre Belward Research Campus site, part of Montgomery Countys planned Shady Grove Life Sciences Center.
Montgomery County Campus
Suburban Hospital, founded in 1943, is a 222-bed community hospital located in Bethesda, primarily serving residents of Montgomery County. Suburban, which employed 2,166 people in 2010, joined the Johns Hopkins Health System in June, 2009.
Through its HeartWell program, the Hospital conducts free clinics several days each week at senior centers in Montgomery County.
The School of Educations PRO-MAT program the Professional Immersion Masters of Arts in Teaching is a partnership between Johns Hopkins and the Montgomery County Public Schools aimed at recruiting and training new teachers for high-need areas in Montgomery County. After an intensive summer session, participants in the program all of whom have strong academic backgrounds in specific subject areas work full-time as teachers in Montgomery County schools, while studying part-time for an MAT degree.
Recruiting and training teachers
Number of people employed at Johns Hopkins facilities in Montgomery County, 2010 2,285Number of Montgomery County residents employed by Johns Hopkins, 2010 3,196Total wage and salary payments to Montgomery County residents, FY 2010 $ 183,758,645Payments by Johns Hopkins to suppliers and contractors in Montgomery County, FY 2010 $ 396,000,761
Number of Montgomery County residents enrolled at Johns Hopkins, fall 2009 1,669JHU Undergraduate 175JHU Graduate/professional 1,461School of Medicine 33
Number of Johns Hopkins graduates living in Montgomery County, 2010 12,132Financial aid to Montgomery County residents from University sources $ 3,641,733
Number of inpatient discharges at JHHS hospitals, county residents 13,896Number of outpatient visits at JHHS hospitals, county residents 146,601Number of county patients treated at JHCP primary care centers 18,356Number of county residents served by JH Home Health Care 909*Number of participants in JHHC health plans living in Montgomery County 16,604
JHU students serving internships at schools in Montgomery County 3Payments to local government in Montgomery County, 2010 $ 129,246Professional development schools in Montgomery County affiliated with JHU 4
Albert Einstein High (Kensington, MD) James H. Blake High (Silver Spring, MD)
Gaithersburg High (Gaithersburg, MD) John F. Kennedy High (Silver Spring, MD)
CellOptic - Rockville, MD Lentigen - Gaithersburg, MD Applied Imagery - Silver Spring, MD
* In addition to the 909 county residents served by JH Home Health Care in FY 2010, Potomac Health Care a joint subsidiary of Suburban Hospital and Sibley Memorial Hospital served approximately 2,500 patients who were residents of Montgomery County.
Delivering health care
Providing jobs and business opportunities
Educating Montgomery County residents
Local companies with ties to Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins in the community