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The Johns Hopkins Hospital New Clinical Building Program Overview April 28, 2008. New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level B2. Respiratory Therapy Surgical Case Cart Processing Materials Management Connection to Weinberg Level L2. Level B1. Core Lab Building Support Services

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The Johns Hopkins Hospital

New Clinical Building

Program Overview

April 28, 2008

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level B2

Respiratory Therapy

Surgical Case Cart Processing

Materials Management

Connection to Weinberg Level L2

Level B1

Core Lab

Building Support Services

Connection to Nelson/Harvey Sub-basement Level

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 1 –Ground Level

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

Level 2- Main Level

Endoscopy

Cytopath offices

Neuropath offices

Outpatient/Dishcarge Pharmacy

Food Court

Guest Services

Connection to Hospital Main Corridor

Auditorium (300 seats)

Conference Room (Adults)

Chapel & Meditation Room

Pediatric Cardiology Clinic

Pediatric Rehab

Shaffer Conference Room (Pediatrics)

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 3

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

Level 4

Cardio diagnostics/Vascular Lab

Pediatric Imaging

Adult Imaging

Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric Prep & Recovery

PICU- 40 beds

Connection to Nelson/Harvey Level 4

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 5

CVSICU- 18 beds

CCU- 12 beds

Cardiovascular OR’s / Cath Labs

Adult Prep & Recovery

CPC/Telemetry- 32 beds

Connection to Nelson/Harvey Level 5

Level 6

Adult Faculty Offices

Pediatric Faculty Offices

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 7

Adult Inpatient Pharmacy

Pediatric Inpatient Pharmacy

Adult Faculty Offices

Pediatric Faculty Offices

Garrett Conference Room

Level 8

L&D ORs/PACU

NICU- 45 beds

Pediatric Faculty & Administrative Offices

Pediatric Resident Library

Eudowood Conference Room

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 9

SIMC/Adult Acute Care- 32 beds

SICU- 18 beds

PCRU- 7 beds

Pediatric Med Surg (Infants & Toddlers)- 33 beds

Harriett Lane Conference Room

Level 10

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

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New Clinical Building Level Summary: Level 11

Adult Acute Care, Surgical- 32 beds

Adult Acute Care, Surgical- 32 beds

Pediatric Oncology Outpatient Clinic

Pediatric Oncology Inpatient- 20 beds

Pediatric Oncology Pharmacy

Pediatric Play Deck

Level 12

Adult Acute Care, Neurosciences- 32 beds

Adult Acute Care, Neurosciences- 32 beds

Pediatric Psychiatry Day Hospital

Pediatric Psychiatry Inpatient- 20 beds

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What will not be in the NCB:

  • 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 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.
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NEW Terminology to learn:

  • 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…
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NEW Rules to learn:

  • 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…
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