The Brady Urological Institute is located in the historic Marburg Building, a four-story structure which houses the clinical and laboratory facilities of the Department of Urology. The first floor of the building contains the historic Marburg Conference Room, the Hugh Hampton Young Library, faculty offices, and 5,000 square feet of modern research space. On the second and third floors are located 44 inpatient beds. The fourth floor contains 3,300 square feet of research space, computer facilities, faculty offices, and a research conference room. The basement has modern laboratories dedicated to genetic linkage analysis and digitized image analysis.
The Johns Hopkins Children's Center is a 180-bed multipurpose children's hospital also located on the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus. The Children's Center contains a large pediatric intensive care unit and neonatal intensive care unit and is the pediatric trauma center for the State of Maryland.
The urology outpatient clinic is housed in the nine-story Outpatient Center. This 10,000 square foot facility provides an ideal diagnostic center with modern equipment for urologic endoscopy, imaging, urodynamics.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is a 330-bed teaching facility which opened in 1994. The hospital has state-of-the-art operating rooms, and clinical facilities including a laboratory to assess new minimally invasive technologies. The Department has a dedicated clinic, including the W.W. Scott Urology Library.