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The Children's Inn at NIH

The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides “a place like home” for children receiving treatments for cancer, HIV or heart, lung, blood and bone disorders at 13 different NIH Institutes.

The Children’s Inn project is the first major expansion in the Inn’s 14-year history and includes a new wing and complete renovation of the existing 36-room facility. The new wing contains 22 additional resident rooms, fully-equipped community kitchens, dining and lounge areas and other new public spaces which more than double the size of the Inn.

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The Children's Inn at NIH

  1. 1. The Children’s Inn at NIH Expansion and Renovation ProjectBethesda, MarylandLEFT ELEVATIONATRIUM DINING ROOM RESIDENT ROOMOVERVIEWThe Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides “a place like home”for the children receiving treatments for cancer, immune deficiencies or other heart,lung, blood and bone disorders at the NIH Institutes. Driven by the success of thepartnership between NIH, The Inn and private donors, the expansion reflects anincrease in the number of pediatric patients that NIH researchers enroll ingroundbreaking medical protocols.The 120,000 square foot Children’s Inn project is the first major expansion in the Inn’s14-year history and includes a new wing and complete renovation of the existing36-room facility. The new wing adds 22 additional resident rooms, fully-equippedcommunity kitchens, dining and lounge areas, a fitness center, conference, meeting andvideo teleconferencing rooms, staff offices and on-site storage facilities

The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides “a place like home” for children receiving treatments for cancer, HIV or heart, lung, blood and bone disorders at 13 different NIH Institutes. The Children’s Inn project is the first major expansion in the Inn’s 14-year history and includes a new wing and complete renovation of the existing 36-room facility. The new wing contains 22 additional resident rooms, fully-equipped community kitchens, dining and lounge areas and other new public spaces which more than double the size of the Inn.

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