If you've just been pulled from the bay like an old empty crab trap, Johns Hopkins Bayview might be the first place you're taken. One of five member institutions in the Johns Hopkins Health System, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is a community teaching hospital. Its Baltimore-based operations include a neonatal intensive care unit, as well as centers devoted to trauma, geriatrics, sleep disorders, and weight management. It also features the state's only regional burn center. The facility includes a meditation labyrinth for patients, families, and staff to walk. Established in 1773, the medical center has more than 560 beds.