Best Places to Work in IT 2017 Employer Profile

No. 33, Large

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Baltimore, Md. [South Atlantic]
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Credit: Scott Zurawski

Why you want to work there

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, a research, teaching and patient care organization in Baltimore, a world-class workforce strives to make a difference. That mindset creates an environment in which the IT team has ample opportunity to develop novel technology solutions. Some of that development work takes place within the Johns Hopkins Technology Innovation Center (TIC), a professional design and software engineering operation where team members build and deploy innovative clinical information systems. IT team members are known for their enthusiasm, focus and high standards. Johns Hopkins Medicine offers a generous package of benefits, including reimbursement for half of dependent children's college tuition.

Employee Statistics

Total U.S.-based employees: 41,000

Total U.S.-based IT employees: 783

IT employee turnover in 2016: 11%

IT promotions in 2016: 11%


Training days offered per IT employee in 2016: No set maximum

Training budget per IT employee in 2016: $766

PTO and Healthcare

Days of paid time off after one year of service: 22

Days of paid time off after 10 years of service: 30

Percentage of employee health insurance premium paid by employer: 80%