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The Johns Hopkins Hospital New Clinical Building Program Overview April 28, 2008.

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1 The Johns Hopkins Hospital New Clinical Building Program Overview April 28, 2008

2 Respiratory Therapy Surgical Case Cart Processing Materials Management Connection to Weinberg Level L2 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level B2 Core Lab Building Support Services Connection to Nelson/Harvey Sub-basement Level Level B1

3 Adult Tower (Main Hospital) & Children’s Hospital Entrances and Motor Lobbies Pediatric ED- 6 Observation Beds Adult ED, EACU - 17 Beds Shared ED Imaging (MRI/CT/RR- US and General Radiology) Pediatric and Adult Admitting Connection to Nelson/Harvey Basement Level New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 1 –Ground Level Endoscopy Cytopath offices Neuropath offices Outpatient/Dishcarge Pharmacy Food Court Guest Services Connection to Hospital Main Corridor Level 2- Main Level Auditorium (300 seats) Conference Room (Adults) Chapel & Meditation Room Pediatric Cardiology Clinic Pediatric Rehab Shaffer Conference Room (Pediatrics)

4 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 3 Cardio diagnostics/Vascular Lab Pediatric Imaging Adult Imaging Pediatric Surgery Pediatric Prep & Recovery PICU- 40 beds Connection to Nelson/Harvey Level 4 Level 4 Adult OR & Critical Care Pharmacy NCCU- 24 beds GOR Neuro OR’s Neuro Interventional Radiology IGIL (Image Guided Interventional Labs; ie. Interventional Radiology) Connection to Weinberg OR Suite Level 3 (non public) and Nelson/Harvey Level 2 Adult Prep & Recovery Pediatric Library Meditation Room Staff Canteen EEG

5 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 5 Adult Faculty Offices Pediatric Faculty Offices Level 6 CVSICU- 18 beds CCU- 12 beds Cardiovascular OR’s / Cath Labs Adult Prep & Recovery CPC/Telemetry- 32 beds Connection to Nelson/Harvey Level 5

6 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 7 L&D ORs/PACU NICU- 45 beds Pediatric Faculty & Administrative Offices Pediatric Resident Library Eudowood Conference Room Level 8 Adult Inpatient Pharmacy Pediatric Inpatient Pharmacy Adult Faculty Offices Pediatric Faculty Offices Garrett Conference Room

7 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 9 Adult Acute Care, CVSIMC- 32 beds MICU- 24 beds Pediatric Med Surg (Adolescents)- 20 beds Pediatric Med Surg (School Age and Pediatric Burn Treatment)- 20 beds Level 10 SIMC/Adult Acute Care- 32 beds SICU- 18 beds PCRU- 7 beds Pediatric Med Surg (Infants & Toddlers)- 33 beds Harriett Lane Conference Room

8 New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 11 Adult Acute Care, Neurosciences- 32 beds Pediatric Psychiatry Day Hospital Pediatric Psychiatry Inpatient- 20 beds Level 12 Adult Acute Care, Surgical- 32 beds Pediatric Oncology Outpatient Clinic Pediatric Oncology Inpatient- 20 beds Pediatric Oncology Pharmacy Pediatric Play Deck

9 Surgical Pathology remains in Weinberg Level 2. Autopsy/Morgue remains in Pathology Building. Adult Psychiatry remains in Meyer. Psych ITU will move to Nelson 2. Adult Oncology and Surgery Units remain in Weinberg. What will not be in the NCB: Satellite Pharmacies- Pediatric Inpatient, Adult Inpatient, OR/ICU, Pediatric Oncology Blood Bank Core Lab Pneumatic tube stations at every OR control desk, on every inpatient unit, admissions, blood bank, pharmacies, OR suite sterile core. What will be in the NCB:

10 Waiting areas = Guest Lounges Main Corridor level of the building is Level 2 = MAIN LEVEL Entry/motor court/drop off entries are located at the GROUND LEVEL NCB is just a project name, the two towers will each be named for a major donor- naming conventions not yet finalized. Four major entrances to the Hospital: –Main Entrance (Orleans St.) –Wolfe St. Entrance –Historic or Broadway Entrance –Outpatient Entrance And more to come… NEW Terminology to learn:

11 Main entrance is not for employee drop-off or pick up, or pizza deliveries, or employee shuttles. Wolfe street entrance will be used for those purposes. NO transport or emergency ambulances, or patient transfers will come to the main entrance – Ambulances have a dedicated entry from Wolfe St. at Jefferson. Wolfe Street entrance will also be used for non-emergent patient transports to Nelson and Meyer. Public elevators are for guests, visitors, and staff use. NO clinical equipment is to ride the public elevators. Staff may use patient transport elevators when appropriate, but transport elevators are subject to recall for transport use. Clinical staff have no access to material transport elevators, and materials transport staff have no access to patient transport elevators. Gardens at building are for ‘front of the house’ and for patient enjoyment, not for staff to lounge or lunch and litter. Guest Lounges are for our Guests (patients and visitors), not staff. More to come… NEW Rules to learn:

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