Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
|Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center|
|Johns Hopkins Medicine|
|Location||Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
|Hospital type||Teaching, Burn Center|
|Affiliated university||Johns Hopkins University|
|Emergency department||Level II Trauma Center|
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (abbreviated JHBMC or Bayview; formerly Francis Scott Key Medical Center and Baltimore City Hospitals), located in southeast Baltimore City, Maryland, U.S., is a hospital and medical office center within the Johns Hopkins Health System.
It is located along Eastern Avenue near Bayview Boulevard, east of the outer city neighborhoods of Highlandtown and Greektown and west of the Baltimore County large suburban area of Essex and Middle River and northwest of the large suburban area of Dundalk. The hospital is part of the Johns Hopkins Health System, and includes the famous Hopkins Burn Center, which is the only adult burn trauma and surgical facility in the Baltimore area.
Founded in 1773, the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a long, distinguished history of service and medical excellence. It is one of the oldest, continuous health care institutions on the East Coast. From its inception as the "Baltimore County and Town Almshouse," it evolved, later known as the "Bayview Asylum" on the eastern city limits off Eastern Avenue and, eventually, a municipal hospital named "The Baltimore City Hospitals" (not to be confused with an institution of a similar name at North Calvert and East Saratoga Streets, in downtown (near present St. Paul Street/Place and "Preston Gardens") later run by the Sisters of Mercy from 1870 to 1874, working with a dispensary run by the former Washington Medical College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons which merged under the Sisters' direction to form a Baltimore City Hospital, which later became Mercy Hospital and today (2013), Mercy Medical Center). In 1984, the City of Baltimore transferred ownership of the long-established Baltimore City Hospitals to The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins University, who renamed it, the "Francis Scott Key Medical Center", which name it carried for a decade.
Johns Hopkins Bayview has 426 licensed beds and 45 neonatal beds and is home to one of Maryland's most comprehensive neonatal intensive care units, a sleep disorders center, a comprehensive neurosurgery center/neurocritical care unit, an area-wide trauma center, the state's only regional burn center and a wide variety of nationally recognized post-acute care and geriatrics programs.
- "Licensed Acute Care Hospital Beds Fiscal Year 2018" (PDF). mhcc.maryland.gov. Retrieved Jan 9, 2018.