Hopkins and others look overseas to expand

Hopkins and others look overseas to expand

In Santiago, Chile, doctors from Johns Hopkins Medicine International are working with a private hospital to set up the first cancer center of its kind in the country.

In Panama City, Panama, a team of Hopkins physicians helped set up a transplant plant program at Hospital Punta Pacifica, which enabled doctors there to perform the country’s first heart transplant in 2016.

In Al Ain City, United Arab Emirates, a team of Hopkins executives manages Tawam Hospital. In Shenzhen, China, Hopkins is helping to create a medical school, and in Toronto, Hopkins doctors are using telemedicine to provide second opinions on complex...