Johns Hopkins University: Riley Reed D MD

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  • 6701 N Charles St # 5104

    Towson, MD 21204

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  • 443-849-8989

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If you are ever going in for some major (or minor) surgery, I would highly recommend going to Johns Hopkins. They have top notch doctors and facilities at their disposal. They are also well renowed for their research facilities. Good service and excellent bed side manner. I know my surgery went smoothly and they made me feel very comfortable.

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If you are ever going in for some major (or minor) surgery, I would highly recommend going to Johns Hopkins. They have top notch doctors and facilities at their disposal. They are also well renowed for their research facilities. Good service and excellent bed side manner. I know my surgery went smoothly and they made me feel very comfortable.

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Hopkins is one of the top universities in the country, both in the sciences and engineering and in the liberal arts. There are many top ranked undergradaute programs located on the Homewood campus, including Biomedical Engineering, Public Health Studies, International Studies and Writing Seminars. The reputation that the school has of a cut-throat culture is just not true - the students are competetitive, just like students at any good school, but they also very collabrative. The competition at Hopkins is about everyone working hard to get good grades, not about hurting other to improve yourself. While the campus isn't in the greatest location, the area is getting better and better. The development in the Charles Village area is making for even better student life.

PROS: World Class Institution
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Hopkins is one of the top universities in the country, both in the sciences and engineering and in the liberal arts. There are many top ranked undergradaute programs located on the Homewood campus, including Biomedical Engineering, Public Health Studies, International Studies and Writing Seminars. The reputation that the school has of a cut-throat culture is just not true - the students are competetitive, just like students at any good school, but they also very collabrative. The competition at Hopkins is about everyone working hard to get good grades, not about hurting other to improve yourself. While the campus isn't in the greatest location, the area is getting better and better. The development in the Charles Village area is making for even better student life.

PROS: World Class Institution
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I got my undergraduate degree at JHU. And I have to say, it has helped me on occasion. But not that much, really. Recent studies have shown that "middle class", "high acheiving" kids actually have equal or BETTER career outcomes if they go to "state" schools instead of expensive private schools. Having attended a "state school" graduate school, I have to agree. Communication and leadership skills, NOT a private school diploma, will get you a good job and career. So I would not suggest attending this school if you will accrue extra debt to do it. There is not magic here. But if they give you a huge scholarship (they won't) then go for it!

So, if anyone from the JHU is listening, here are some issues a JHU engineeing alumni would like to have noticed:
* almost no female professors. During my stay at JHU, the # of women engineering profs decreased, as one after the other was denied tenure (yes, I was counting@!)
* faculty are researched-focused, not teaching focused (also a problem at big state schools)
* racial diversity lacking in the student body. Also ecconomic diversity.
* security on and off campus is a problem.

But, I did get good undergraduate research experience. Thank you!

PROS: Great library
CONS: Expensive!

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I got my undergraduate degree at JHU. And I have to say, it has helped me on occasion. But not that much, really. Recent studies have shown that "middle class", "high acheiving" kids actually have equal or BETTER career outcomes if they go to "state" schools instead of expensive private schools. Having attended a "state school" graduate school, I have to agree. Communication and leadership skills, NOT a private school diploma, will get you a good job and career. So I would not suggest attending this school if you will accrue extra debt to do it. There is not magic here. But if they give you a huge scholarship (they won't) then go for it!

So, if anyone from the JHU is listening, here are some issues a JHU engineeing alumni would like to have noticed:
* almost no female professors. During my stay at JHU, the # of women engineering profs decreased, as one after the other was denied tenure (yes, I was counting@!)
* faculty are researched-focused, not teaching focused (also a problem at big state schools)
* racial diversity lacking in the student body. Also ecconomic diversity.
* security on and off campus is a problem.

But, I did get good undergraduate research experience. Thank you!

PROS: Great library
CONS: Expensive!

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World renowned hospital. Has excellent doctors. Used to take my wife and daughter there regularly to see the pulmonologist until we moved. A teaching hospital which could be its downfall. When admitted there are too many different doctors and interns that all tell you different things and don't communicate with one another. The rooms are very small and the patients are "crammed" in together.

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World renowned hospital. Has excellent doctors. Used to take my wife and daughter there regularly to see the pulmonologist until we moved. A teaching hospital which could be its downfall. When admitted there are too many different doctors and interns that all tell you different things and don't communicate with one another. The rooms are very small and the patients are "crammed" in together.

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You get a great education here. It's one of the best colleges in the nation and has a great reputation. It also has a reputation for being very competitive and challenging. The neighborhood isn't the best, but you get a great education. They're working on the campus security a great deal. There's also a big construction project going on right now to build a Barnes and Nobles to be the university's book store.

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You get a great education here. It's one of the best colleges in the nation and has a great reputation. It also has a reputation for being very competitive and challenging. The neighborhood isn't the best, but you get a great education. They're working on the campus security a great deal. There's also a big construction project going on right now to build a Barnes and Nobles to be the university's book store.

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