Where Innovation Meets Convenience

A pioneering concept, the new Center for Advanced Medicine
opens—providing a comprehensive solution to meeting
diverse health care needs.

a "one-stop shop" for the best in health care. A cooperative effort of Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital, the Center for Advanced Medicine groups specialties into multidisciplinary clinical centers, affording patients handy access to the very latest medical innovations and technology. The new 14-story, 650,000-square-foot facility provides a single location in which ambulatory patients can park conveniently, see their physicians, and receive diagnostic testing and ancillary care services.


Curved facade

A dramatic,
curved facade
greets visitors


Hundreds of
physicians in
one location

CAM at Night

The Center for Advanced Medicine lights up the night.

CAM Lobby

Spacious common areas allow patients and their families to wait in comfort between appointments with specialists.

CAM Interior CAM Exterior

Above: The building soars skyward from Euclid Avenue. At lower right is a walkway that connects to a parking garage.

Left: The bright, airy atrium enhances the architecturally
beautiful building’s patient-friendly atmosphere.

Eye Center

The Eye Surgery Center is one of many outpatient services offered at the Center for Advanced Medicine. By May 2002, more than 750 Washington University physicians will relocate their clinical practices to the new building.