Physician Update Spring 2012
Hopkins’ new clinical building defies the status quo.
It’s not just the colorful windows that draw attention to Hopkins’ new building—though the greens of the Sheikh Zayed Tower and blues of the Bloomberg Children’s Center make it a standout. Having a size that spans over a city block lengthwise and a new main entrance to the entire hospital are outward signs of dynamic changes to come.
Articles in this Issue
From reducing the need to transport newborns at risk to increasing family involvement, changes in the new NICU advance care for this tiny, vulnerable population.
The new neurosciences critical care unit combines a grand new space with the latest in technology for highest quality patient care.
The new home to Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and new programs that encourage healthy behavior combine to deliver even finer care.
What once might have seemed clinical luxury will become commonplace as the Heart and Vascular Institute gains a bounty of new space.
Changes go beyond having the latest technology in a grand new space to foster a new culture of excellence.