Sheikh Zayed's Tower at Johns Hopkins Hospital

It will support heart research at Hopkins and an AIDS research program. Mostly, the contribution will help finance a billion-dollar project now in its giant-hole-in the-ground stage. Two 12-story clinical towers will replace half of what is now Hopkins Hospital by 2010.

One tower, a 355-bed facility, will be named after Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the donor's late father, from whom he has said he learned "the need for patience and prudence in all things."

Baltimore, MD

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