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Building 10 Complex

Building 10 Complex


The world's largest clinical research hospital is a complex of buildings on the NIH campus, known as Building 10 or the Clinical Center (CC). With the original Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center at the hub, over the years the complex expanded from its original 1955 structure to encompass important additions. The latest is the new Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, which includes 350 flexible patient bed modules that function as inpatient beds and day hospital stations; research laboratories; a vivarium; animal surgery suite; offices; hospital support services; and radiation oncology.

Also located in Building 10 is the NIH Library, used primarily by NIH scientists and other staff; the Occupational Medical Service; Medical Arts and Photography Service; and other offices.

Building 10 is a complex of buildings on the Bethesda campus that includes the new Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center, the world's largest clinical research hospital.  The original structure in the Complex was opened in 1955. 

The nearest NIH Shuttle Stop is located at Building 10.

Building Other Names:
ACRF, Clinical Center, Mark O. Hatfield

Bethesda Campus

Available Service(s):
Eurest Dining Center
MD Program for the Blind Concession Stand
NIH Federal Credit Union
NIH Credit Union ATM
NIH Lactation Program

This page was last updated on Jun 03, 2024