BALTIMORE - It's opening day for Johns Hopkins Hospital's brand new building, as the doors officially open for business Tuesday.
For months, you've seen the outside of the massive new building, now the public will actually get to see what it looks like inside the brand new state of the art facility.
The staff at Hopkins has spent the past two days moving existing patients from the old building into the new one.
We got a look inside the brand new hospital on Sunday as they were moving pediatric patients into the new tower.
The new hospital also has a brand new emergency department.
One thing you'll notice is they've taken out a lot of the overhead paging and loud noises to provide a quieter setting for its patients
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