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About Our Campus
The Johns Hopkins Medical Campus is located in East Baltimore, a few minutes from downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor. The centerpiece of the campus is the world-renowned teaching hospital, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the only hospital in history to be ranked number one for 22 years from U.S. News & World Report. In addition to the hospital complex and the School of Medicine, the East Baltimore Campus is home to the School of Nursing, the Bloomberg School of Public Health and a large number of specialty facilities under the umbrella of the Johns Hopkins Health System.
In the middle stages of development immediately north of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions is the Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins, a large-scale, state-of-the-art campus featuring 1.1 million square feet of office and lab space for established and emerging biomedical companies and research institutions. In addition to commercial space, the project includes hundreds of new homes for sale and rent, restaurants and retail, a new elementary and middle school as well as ample green space for gatherings and recreation.
Medical Education Facilities
The hub of activity for students at the School of Medicine is the campus's medical education center, the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building, opened in 2009 to coincide with the launch of the Genes to Society curriculum for which the building was specifically designed.
This state-of-the-art facility is the ideal physical expression of the Johns Hopkins educational philosophy: a center for active, collaborative learning with spaces that provide for every kind of learning opportunity: spacious lecture halls, intimate learning studios, private study areas and communal gathering areas. Students will also frequent the Simulation Center, the result of a partnership between the School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, which highlights the commitment of both institutions to enhancing educational opportunities as well as patient safety. The “Sim Center” affords both current and future health care professionals the opportunity to hone skills and practice advanced techniques using five different types of simulation.