Take a small step for better health today.
Here at Johns Hopkins USFHP, we believe that you have the power to transform your health. All you have to do is take the first small step. Then take another—then another. Each action you take for your health gets you closer to your best self and your best life.
We provide the tools you need to make positive change. For every step you take, we are here to support you.
As you work toward better health, our care managers are here for you. They help you reach and maintain your best health, and manage your conditions, by offering you individualized support, education, and guidance. They learn about your needs, work with your primary care manager and everyone else on your care team, find resources in the community that can help you, and much more.
There is always something new to learn about staying healthy. Johns Hopkins USFHP offers a wide variety of interactive health education programs and workshops to teach you how to take better care of yourself. Topics include managing diabetes and other specific conditions, stress relief, newborn care, weight management, blood pressure, and much more. Best of all, these programs offer a supportive group environment where members can encourage each other and learn from one another’s experiences.
Transition of Care
Coming home from a hospital stay can be both wonderful and a stressful transition. We do everything we can to make it easier for you to adjust. We help you manage medications, teach you about new diagnoses, connect you to community resources, and more.
Have a question about your health? Have a health concern but don’t know whether it’s an emergency? Call our Nurse Chat line or use our chat website to speak to a registered nurse about your symptoms, find out where you should go for care, and more. Our nurses are available by phone or online chat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
At Johns Hopkins USFHP, we know how life-changing and stressful becoming a mom can be. With our program, we make sure you have the education and tools you need to protect your own and your baby’s health. We teach you what to expect at each stage of pregnancy and offer more in-depth support if needed.
Personal Wellness Profile
How can Johns Hopkins USFHP support you?
Could you use a health coach to help you reach your wellness goals? Maybe a care manager can help you better manage a condition? Are there preventive services that you need?
We encourage you to create a Personal Wellness Profile. This profile measures your overall health and well-being and tells us how we can best serve you.
When you fill out your profile, it will also help you:
- Identify existing behaviors that are considered good health practices.
- Identify protective and health risk factors.
- Get a comprehensive picture of your health and lifestyle based on current guidelines for optimal health and disease prevention.
- Make healthy lifestyle decisions.