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Baltimore Living

With its close proximity to
I-95 and I-895, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is easy to reach from any direction. In addition to enjoying all of the amenities
that our comfortable campus has to offer, you can discover the many things that make "Charm City" famous.

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Baltimore Living

Enjoy a ball game at Camden Yards . . . feast on steamed crabs . . . visit the National Aquarium . . . there are so many things to see and do in Baltimore!

Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and the center of a metropolitan area of 1.5 million people. Located on the Chesapeake Bay, the city is a melting pot of cultures and neighborhoods, ranging from metal and glass skyscrapers to brick row houses to the famous Inner Harbor.

Baltimore offers cultural opportunities, professional sports, outdoor activities and much more. From the Baltimore Ravens to the Baltimore Symphony, there is something for everyone’s taste. If you enjoy the surf and sand, Baltimore is within driving distance of beaches and ocean resorts. Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York are an easy drive or train ride away.

Many attractive and affordable places to live are within easy commuting distance of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The waterfront communities of Fells Point and Canton are close by, and Greektown and Joseph Lee, two colorful neighborhoods with small-town charm, border the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus.

These are but a few of the things that make Baltimore a great place to work and live. Visit and see for yourself why it's is known as "Charm City!"