The Johns Hopkins Hospital | 100 Great Hospitals in America 2017

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The Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore). The hospital opened in 1889 with 220 beds, growing to more than a dozen mini-hospitals and centers in present day. Johns Hopkins Hospital is a Level I trauma center that encompasses 37 buildings, 1,145 beds and 33 operating rooms, offering services in 226 clinical areas. In March 2016, the hospital housed the world's first liver transplant involving an HIV-positive donor and recipient. Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks No. 4 in the country and first among all Maryland hospitals, based on the U.S. News & World Report 2016-17 rankings.

 

 

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