The 1,025-bed hospital is in the middle of a $1 billion redevelopment, scheduled to open in 2012, that will feature 560 private rooms, 33 new ORs and a large ED. It is part of Johns Hopkins Health System, which grew from two to six hospitals in just three years. “We did not go out searching for hospitals,” said Edward D. Miller, CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, who oversees the system. These hospitals sought out Johns Hopkins. The system’s flagship has a venerable history, having practically invented the concept of the teaching hospital and coining such terms as “residents,” “rounds” and “house staff.”
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