Johns Hopkins is committed to providing you and your loved ones a respectful and positive experience. Our staff are here to listen and help address any concerns you may have. Our goal is to ensure you and your family receive safe, high quality and compassionate care and service.
Your Experience Matters to Us
If, at any point, we are not meeting your expectations, please bring these concerns to the attention of your care team or a manager where you are receiving your care. If your concerns remain unresolved, please contact the patient relations or patient experience team at your hospital for further assistance.
Our patient relations assistants can help facilitate a formal review and follow-up to your concerns. Information shared with Patient Relations is reported to all executive levels of the hospital.
Tell Us About Your Experience
Select the hospital where you have received care to view the contact information for a patient relations or patient experience office. We appreciate all feedback, good or bad.
Contact our patient relations team by choosing one of the following methods:
Phone: 410-955-2273 (patient relations)
We strive to return your call within the day; all calls will be returned within the next business day.
Online: fill out a form
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Patient Relations Department
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
For urgent issues after hours and on weekends, please contact The Johns Hopkins Hospital Operator and ask for the Administrator on call at 410-955-5000.
The Office of Patient Experience at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is here to help you navigate medical encounters and to provide an opportunity for you or your family members to report specific concerns.
Calls will be returned within the next business day.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Office of Patient Experience
4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
Patients and family members can call to schedule an appointment to visit our office and speak with a patient experience coordinator Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The patient relations team at Sibley Memorial Hospital aims to helps patients, their families, hospital staff, physicians, and others communicate fully and resolve issues. Please contact us by:
Phone: 202-537-4267 (Patient Relations line: Leave a message and receive a follow-up)
Email: Concerns or compliments about Sibley Memorial Hospital can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Online: Patients and family members may fill out this online form to provide feedback.
The Sibley Memorial Hospital Patient Relations Department
5255 Loughboro Road NW
Washington, D.C. 20016 - 2695
Hours of operation are Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.For urgent issues after hours and on weekends, please contact The Sibley Memorial Hospital Operator and ask for the Nursing Supervisor on Call at 202-537-4000.
We want you to have an excellent experience at Suburban Hospital. If we can help in any way, or if you wish to provide feedback, please contact the Office of Patient and Family Experience:
Phone: 301-896-2000 (patient relations)
8600 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Patient and Family Relations Specialists are non-medical/neutral liaisons for you, your child and your family.
Phone: 727-767-2110 (patient relations)
Online: Fill out a form
501 Sixth Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Special Programs to Recognize Staff
Kind words. Empathetic support. Respectful collaborations. On a daily basis, Johns Hopkins employees carry out our mission to deliver safe, compassionate patient-centered care. Johns Hopkins institutions have several programs in place to recognize staff members whose outstanding service catches the attention of their peers, our patients and their families.
At the Johns Hopkins Hospital
The Department of Service Excellence selects deserving employees every quarter from the dozens of nominations we receive. The department is comprised of patient experience, patient relations, guest services and volunteer services staff members whose roles are focused on creating a high performing patient- and family-centered care culture.
At Johns Hopkins Bayview
The Golden Heart program recognizes staff members who go above and beyond in caring for patients, visitors or co-workers. If you've observed someone who gave extra special effort to deliver the highest quality service possible, we want to recognize their efforts.
Those nominated for the Golden Heart and may also be considered for the DAISY Award or James T. Dresher Award.