Dome May 2012
Over the course of April 29 and 30, 271 patients were moved from The Johns Hopkins Hospital’s historic buildings to The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center and the Sheikh Zayed Tower. The glimmering new clinical buildings opened on May 1—monuments to the innovation, compassion and raw determination embodied by our faculty and staff.
Articles in this Issue
After years of planning and preparation, the new patient towers officially opened May 1.
For Dean/CEO Edward Miller, the new clinical buildings were all about patients and staff; never about him.
Before the Move
Their pride in the past and the future carried diligent staff to the finish line.
Countless meetings, rehearsals and course corrections led to a flawless patient move.
After the Move
New vistas await Hopkins community members whether or not they moved.
The new clinical buildings get a dedication fit for a king — and a mayor.