Our new building opened May 1, 2012. We will periodically post here related news releases, fact sheets, photos, videos and other materials for the media.
The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center are designed to enhance every aspect of the patient experience at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and offer an array of unprecedented advancements in adult, pediatric and emergency care.
In the 205-bed Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center building, families and visitors enter a world designed for 21st century pediatric medicine. From its soaring lobby, large operating rooms equipped for the most technically complex procedures imaginable, spacious patient rooms and welcoming family facilities, the new building is designed to elevate the hospital experience to match the quality of the medicine it affords.
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- Kim Hoppe 410-502-9430
- Ellen Beth Levitt 410-955-5307
- Ekaterina Pesheva 410-502-9433
Soothing Aesthetics in New Hospital Building Will Help Healing Process
Most HGTV fans will agree that good design can improve one’s state of mind. Designers at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore also believe it can help patients heal, which is why its new 1.6 million square-foot patient care building, scheduled to open in April 2012, features an elegant design with peace and quiet for patients as a priority. In planning the building, architects, designers, doctors and nurses provided input with the comfort of the patients and their families in mind, and the result is a quiet, calm, and serene healing environment with a clean, contemporary edge.
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New Era in Kitchen Technology and Food Service Begins
When The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore opens a new, 1.6 million square-foot patient care building with two 12-story towers in April 2012, an ultra-modern, 30,000 square-foot kitchen expansion will serve the food and nutrition needs of patients, visitors and employees. The addition will double the hospital’s kitchen and be a state-of-the-art facility where the staff will prepare almost 12,000 meals daily for inpatients and customers in the cafeteria and other food venues.
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