Managed Care Spring 2012
The Sheikh Zayed Tower, left, and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center create an unprecedented front door for The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Articles in this Issue
The No. 1 hospital in the country will get even better by moving the bulk of adult and pediatric inpatient care at the East Baltimore campus to two state-of-the-art buildings engineered to support technology, streamlined work processes and improved comfort for patient and their families.
From the Office of Managed Care
This issue highlights an exciting change to Johns Hopkins' East Baltimore campus - the opening of state-of-the-art clinical buidligns that finally bring our physical facilities in line with the innovative research and clinical care skills of our top-notch employees.
From the Ground Up
The scope of The Johns Hopkins Hospital's new clinical towers project truly was staggering.
Think it's tough designing and constructing the campus' new buildings? Try transporting hundreds of inpatients to their new units without disrupting care.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital's new buildings are named in memory of two beloved, hard-working parents who raised strong political leaders.
Behind the new Johns Hopkins Hospital building stand two men whose motto should be, "The difficult we do immediately; the impossible takes a little longer."