The John Hopkins Hospital includes twenty-five buildings that hold inpatient-care functions and administration. The campus has 920+ adult and pediatric acute care and critical care beds.
The 530,000 square foot Children’s and Maternal Hospital, which is part of the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center, is a twelve-story tower that includes over 200 inpatient beds. The patient rooms include interactive computer systems that allow patients to perform their own research. Departments included are Med/Surg, Oncology, Psychiatry, Neo-Natal Intensive Care and Pediatric Intensive Care units. A Pediatric Emergency Room is located on the lower level of this tower. Other modalities include a full-service Imaging Department, thirteen Specialty Operating Suites (including pediatric and OB), eight Labor and Delivery rooms, thirty-five Post-Partum beds, The Pediatric Clinical Research Unit, and Outpatient Services for Oncology, Psychiatry, Cardiac and Specialty Clinics.
The 860,000 square foot Cardiovascular and Critical Care Tower (CCT) consists of 350 beds, including adult acute care and critical care units. Twenty Operating Suites, twenty-four Interventional Labs, sixteen Endoscopy/Bronchoscopy rooms, Radiology equipment (including MRI and CT), an Adult Emergency Department, Campus Clinical Laboratory and associated support spaces.