Clinical Center News
Summer 2018

Patient photography and records dept relocate, cafeteria updates

Waiting area in the Health Information Management department
The Health Information Management Department waiting area is located in Room B1L400.
 

Health Information Management Department relocates to B1
The hospital's Health Information Management Department (Medical Records) relocated to the B1 level in Room B1L400 — across from the Credit Union and next to the convenience store.

As of April 20, all medical records requests can be obtained at the new location. The office is designed to support NIH Clinical Center Patient Portal (Follow My Health) and to assist patients and staff with medical records information. Business hours remain the same – Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., closed on federal holidays. Contact the Health Information Management Department at 301-496-3331 or toll free 888- 790-2133. To submit a medical record form, fax 301-480-9982.

Weekend food service is on the move
Beginning Saturday June 9, and for all weekends and holidays indefinitely after that, all cafeteria operations in Building 10 will be relocated from the second floor to B-1. Regular services will remain in Balance Kitchen (ACRF café) Monday-Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Call the Food Service Program with questions: 301-827-3248.

Patient photography studio moves to third floor
The Patient Photography Studio moved to a new location on the third floor of the Clinical Center. The new studio opened in room 3-1608 NW on June 12. To find the new studio location from the first floor, take the elevators located at the north end of the hospital (near the Hospitality desk) to the third floor. The studio is located near the elevators on the west side of the building. The phone numbers of the studio will remain the same - office: 301- 496-9994 and cell: 301-440-3335. Please contact Karen Kaczorowski if you have any questions: 301-496-2341, kkaczoro@cc.nih.gov.

Patient Photography Studio
Photographer Micheal Spencer adjusts a light in the Patient Photography Studio which recently moved to a new location on the third floor of the Clinical Center.
Stories
Senior leaders at NIH cut a ribbon opening two hospice suites at the Clinical Center
Laptop with stethoscope nearby
Patient Photography Studio
Dr. Francis Collins, director of the NIH sties in a chair to the left. Barbra Streisand holds a microphone and sits in a chair to the right – speaks to the audience
Dr. James Gilman stands with Alba C. Murphy as they smile and hold a certificate
A paper cutout of a hand shape with a stick on the end. Text on the paper says I [heart] clean hands
Patient with Degos disease addresses symposium attendees
CDC and NIH representatives stand in a special isolation patient room at the NIH Clinical Center
Eight young men and women line up holding graduation certificates in Lipsett Auditorium
A four panel exhibit with photos, text and artifacts on NIH medical pioneers Christian Anfinsen and Michael Potter
NIH Clinical Center volunteer Chaoyang Wang
Woman with scientific cap on her head plays a touch game
Doctors at NIH speak in a lecture hall during Nurses Week
NIH Clinical Center doctor receives award
Children participate in Take Your Child to Work Day Hematology Lab
Leslie Wehrlen holds a plaque.
Sixteen women, graduates of the program and departmental leaders, gather for a photo
Pius Aiyelawo swearing into the Senior Executive Service with Dr. Lawrence Tabak
Jackson Taylor (right) and his donor Sean McLaughlin (left)
Dr. Thomas Burklow
Two care providers look at a computer
Child reading a book
NIH employee, Ricky Day, trys the prototype device
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams tours Clinical Center with CC CEO Dr. James K. Gilman
First Lady Melania Trump gets together with five children to pose for a picture
Patient and doctor
Harold Varmus, Robert Frasca, Mark Hatfield and John Gallin at the groundbreaking of the hospital's new addition
Black and White photo of the first meeting of the National Advisory Eye Council (13 men) gathering on steps
Jim Gilman at Town Hall in Masur Auditorium
Dr. John I. Gallin cuts the ribbon with Heidi Grolig and Jerry Sachs.
People line up at the new marketplace Starbucks café