I'm looking for big, airy, open, bright teaching hospitals. The Johns Hopkins Charlotte Bloomberg Building would be an example of what I'm looking for. This may seem like a stupid thing to consider when searching for hospitals to work in but I'm claustrophobic and I can't work in small hospitals with dim 'orangey' lights. Also I've seen documentaries that take place at Mass Gen and it seems like a small hospital and not very bright. Please correct me if I'm wrong though and it was just the cameras in the documentary because I really had high hopes for Mass Gen. Other hospitals I'm looking into besides Hopkins and Mass Gen are Mayo, Cleveland Clinic, NY Presbyterian, and UCLA Med so if anyone attends these please give input. Oh also I know that Greys anatomy is nothing like how real hospitals are like and whatever but I do love how bright and big the 'hospital' the characters work at is and that's the type of interior I'm looking for.