DIRECTIONS TO BAYVIEW

Directions to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center From points South:

Take I-295 north to the Harbor Tunnel Thruway (I-895). After exiting the tunnel, take exit 12, Lombard Street. At the first stop light, proceed straight onto Bayview Boulevard. Pass Nathan Shock Drive then, at the second steet, Hopkins Bayview Circle, turn left. Go around the circle and turn right to enter and park in the Mid-Campus Visitor Parking Lot. Walk north, the direction that is directly opposite where you entered the parking lot, and cross the street (Nathan Shock Drive) to reach our building. You will see a big blue sign that reads “Johns Hopkins Medicine, Behavioral Biology Research Center, 5510 Nathan Shock Drive”. Walk down the sidewalk toward the building. You’ll see a sign on the building that reads “Main Entrance” pointing to the side walk. You will reach two glass doors that are locked. Above and to the left of the glass doors will be a sign that reads “G-1” – if you see this sign then you have arrived at the correct location. To the right of the glass doors on the wall of the building, you will notice two identification card swipers for employees. In between the two card swipers will be a white button with a speaker, press the white button and listen for a noise/click, which signals that the guard has buzzed you in and the door is unlocked. Proceed through the glass doors and turn left to the security station. Inform them that you are there to see a staff member in Suite 100.

OR

Take I-95 through the Fort McHenry Tunnel to exit 59 (Eastern Avenue). Turn left onto Eastern Avenue and proceed approximately one mile to Bayview Boulevard; turn right. Proceed straight through one stop light; at the next street, Hopkins Bayview Circle, turn right. Go around the circle and turn right to park at the Mid-Campus Visitor Parking Lot. Walk north, the direction that is directly opposite where you entered the parking lot, and cross the street (Nathan Shock Drive) to reach our building. You will see a big blue sign that reads “Johns Hopkins Medicine, Behavioral Biology Research Center, 5510 Nathan Shock Drive”. Walk down the sidewalk toward the building. You’ll see a sign on the building that reads “Main Entrance” pointing to the sidewalk. You will reach two glass doors that are locked. Above and to the left of the glass doors will be a sign that reads “G-1” – if you see this sign then you have arrived at the correct location. To the right of the glass doors on the wall of the building, you will notice two identification card swipers for employees. In between the two card swipers will be a white button with a speaker, press the white button and listen for a noise/click, which signals that the guard has buzzed you in and the door is unlocked. Proceed through the glass doors and turn left to the security station. Inform them that you are there to see a staff member in Suite 100.

 

From points North and East:

Take I-95 south to exit 59 (Eastern Avenue). Turn right onto Eastern Avenue (west) and proceed approximately one mile to Bayview Boulevard; turn right. Proceed straight through one stop light; at the next street, Hopkins Bayview Circle, turn right. Go around the circle and turn right to park at the Mid-Campus Visitor Parking lot. Walk north, the direction that is directly opposite where you entered the parking lot, and cross the street (Nathan Shock Drive) to reach our building. You will see a big blue sign that reads “Johns Hopkins Medicine, Behavioral Biology Research Center, 5510 Nathan Shock Drive." Walk down the sidewalk toward the building. You’ll see a sign on the building that reads “Main Entrance” pointing to the sidewalk. You will reach two glass doors that are locked. Above and to the left of the glass doors will be a sign that reads “G-1” – if you see this sign then you have arrived at the correct location. To the right of the glass doors on the wall of the building, you will notice two identification card swipers for employees. In between the two card swipers will be a white button with a speaker, press the white button and listen for a noise/click, which signals that the guard has buzzed you in and the door is unlocked. Proceed through the glass doors and turn left to the security station. Inform them that you are there to see a staff member in suite 100.

OR

Take I-895 south to exit 12, Lombard Street. At the first stop light, turn right onto Bayview Boulevard. At the second steet, Hopkins Bayview Circle, turn left. Go around the circle and turn right to park at the Mid-Campus Visitor Parking lot. Walk north, the direction that is directly opposite where you entered the parking lot, and cross the street (Nathan Shock Drive) to reach our building. You will see a big blue sign that reads “Johns Hopkins Medicine, Behavioral Biology Research Center, 5510 Nathan Shock Drive." Walk down the sidewalk toward the building. You’ll see a sign on the building that reads “Main Entrance” pointing to the side walk. You will reach two glass doors that are locked. Above and to the left of the glass doors will be a sign that reads “G-1” – if you see this sign then you have arrived at the correct location. To the right of the glass doors on the wall of the building, you will notice two identification card swipers for employees. In between the two card swipers will be a white button with a speaker, press the white button and listen for a noise/click, which signals that the guard has buzzed you in and the door is unlocked. Proceed through the glass doors and turn left to the security station. Inform them that you are there to see a staff member in Suite 100.