1. Where is the Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building located?
Just one block south of the Weinberg Building.
201 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21287
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2. Where do I park?
- Drive into the main entrance at 201 North Broadway. There is a patient drop-off area at the front doorway with comfortable seating in the lobby. The parking garage entrance to the Orleans Street Garage is straight ahead. You will find designated parking for Viragh patients on this level with additional parking throughout the garage.
- You can also enter the Orleans Street Garage from Orleans Street (directly opposite the Main Hospital entrance). Once in the garage, park and go to the 4th floor of the garage via the elevators. A striped walkway through the garage will connect you to the Viragh Building Main level. Please note that valet parking is not available at this location.
- If you choose to park at the Weinberg Building garage, you may access a shuttle for transportation to the Viragh Building. Our staff at the Weinberg Building information desk will be happy to assist you.
3. How much does parking cost and where can I pay?
Parking costs will depend on the length of time you utilize the garage. However, discounted parking coupon booklets are available for purchase at the Welcome Center in the Viragh Building and the Weinberg location. Pay for parking at one of the pay stations before exiting the garage.
4. How can I get to the Skip Viragh building from the Main Hospital?
The pedestrian bridge from the Zayed building connects to the 4th floor of the Orleans Street Garage.A striped walkway through the garage will connect you to the Viragh Building Main level. Staff in the Viragh Building will be able to direct you to the exact location of your appointment.
5. How do I get there by public transportation?
Baltimore has a well-developed public transit system that includes buses, a subway line, light rail and commuter trains. Because Johns Hopkins Medicine is a major employer in the Baltimore area, the Maryland Transit Administration provides numerous transportation options to the East Baltimore campus. Below are brief descriptions of four options available to get you to campus via public transportation.
- Metro — The metro subway runs from Owings Mills Mall, through downtown Baltimore, and ends at the hospital below Broadway. This is a great option if you live in the Northwest suburbs of Baltimore.
- Light Rail — The light rail runs from Hunt Valley, south to the BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. One can take the light rail into the city and then connect to the JHMI-Homewood Shuttle at Penn Station.
- MARC train — The MARC train runs from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore. You can ride to Penn Station and then take the JHMI-Homewood Shuttle to campus.
- Bus — The bus system has local lines that run to JHMI including routes from Canton, Fells Point and Patterson Park, as well as several express lines that run from commuter lots in the suburbs.
Fare information is available at the Maryland Transit Administration website.
For safety tips on public transportation, please visit the JHMI Corporate Security website.
6. What number should I call if I am running late for my scheduled appointment?
Call 410-955-8893 for any questions or concerns.
7. How do I check in for my appointment?
New patients should check in at the Welcome Center in the Viragh building. Follow-up patients can use the check-in kiosks on the (G)round and (M)ain floors. Staff are always available to assist you with using the kiosk system.
8. How do I get to my appointment once I am inside the building?
The concierge on the (G)round and (M)ain floors can help guide you.
9. What type of oncology visits are seen in the Skip Viragh building?
The Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building will provide clinical services to patientswith solid tumors such as breast, colon, pancreatic lung, prostate and bladder cancer. You will see your oncology provider, receive treatments, have radiology and laboratory testing and much more.
10. What features/services are offered in the Skip Viragh Building?
Radiology: MRI, CT, X-ray, and Ultrasound are available in the building.
Treatments: 38 private rooms for chemotherapy, other systemic infusion therapies, Phlebotomy.
Provider visits: 44 exam rooms are available where you will see your provider (Doctor, Nurse practitioner, Physician Assistant).
Additional services include:
Wi-Fi access: available throughout the building,
Harry J. Duffey Family Patient and Family Services Program: offering counseling, local housing, transportation, assistance with community resources and programs
Patient education: educational programs will be offered to patients and caregivers Lactation room: for mothers
Meditation room: for a quiet moment of reflection
Spiritual Care: a Chaplain is available for support, prayer and reflection
The Under Armour Breast Health Innovation Center: offers breast health services, including nutritional counseling and fitness evaluation.
Cancer Rehabilitation Program: on the 10th floor available for all patients with doctors permission.
Financial counselors: available to help you with insurance concerns
Image Recovery: offering consultation, products and services
11. Is there a pharmacy in the Viragh building?
Yes, the Johns Hopkins Pharmaquip Pharmacy will be available on the Ground floor.
12. Can I get coffee and food in the Viragh Building?
The Skyline Café on the 10th floor offers a full menu of food and beverage items. Vending machines are also available on the Ground and 5th floors.
13. Are there services I’ll need to access in other buildings?
Yes, Radiation Oncology is located in the Weinberg Building at 401 North Broadway. Parking is available in the lower level. You may also receive services such as interventional, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, PET, mammography, certain MRI studies, and ultrasound biopsies in other buildings on this campus.Our staff will assist you will directions and transportation of those locations.
14. How do I make my next appointment?
Your next appointment will be scheduled during the checkout process.