The David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building at Hopkins Children’s Center houses many of the original pediatric specialty clinics that Hopkins opened nearly a century ago. These include the Harriet Lane Clinic, named for the wife of Baltimore lawyer Henry Johnston, whose bequeath in the early 20th century led to the creation of the Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children at Johns Hopkins. With the construction and 1964 opening of a new facility, the Harriet Lane Home became known as the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, but its community clinic continued under the name "Harriet Lane."

Parking is provided for patients on the lower level (Level 1) in the Orleans Street Garage.


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  • The Rubenstein Child Health Building houses the Harriet Lane Clinic