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Transportation

Maps & Directions

Oncology Transportation Coordinator

(410) 955-6549 (For Cancer Patients In Treatment Only)

Need help with transportation for oncology appointments? Shuttles to and within the East Baltimore Medical Campus are available. Call the Oncology Transportation Coordinator for assistance.  Additionally, this office can help make arrangements for those with special needs including wheelchair accessibility for your oncology appointments.

Accommodations Guide

Please see our complete list of hotels near The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Guest Services

(410) 614-5100

Located in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Main Lobby, 1st Floor. Open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Guest Services representatives can assist visitors with directions, hotel and local attractions and special requests.

Johns Hopkins Shuttle Service

(410) 502-6880

Shuttle service within the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus in East Baltimore is available by dispatch 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Service between East Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Campus and Green Spring Station is available during weekdays only. Information on shuttle schedules, wheelchair accessibility and other information is available by calling the Transportation Office between 6:00 a.m. and 11:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Taxis

Taxi cab service is available at the Meyer entrance on Wolfe Street and at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center entrance. If a cab is not immediately available, you may use a courtesy phone located at each information desk which will enable you to connect directly to the dispatcher for service.

Public Transit

(410) 539-5000

The Mass Transit Administration (MTA) provides a network of affordable and accessible transportation services throughout Maryland. The complex of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions is located along more than one bus route, is minutes away from two MARC train stations and the Light Rail, and is a stop on the METRO subway line located between the Outpatient Center and the Hospital on the Concourse Level.

Out-of-State Patients

Hopkins USA
855-695-4872 (toll free)

This service provides a single point of contact for out-of-state patients and their referring physicians to ensure easy access to Johns Hopkins medical services. By calling the toll-free number, Kimmel Cancer Center patients not only receive help with transportation, lodging and other travel needs, but also are provided assistance with identifying specialists and scheduling appointments. Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. eastern time, Monday-Friday.

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