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The Clinical Award nominees and recipients maintained their commitment to clinical excellence, compassionate care and innovation despite new challenges posed by the pandemic.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida are growing their collaboration, which will expand access to Johns Hopkins All Children’s neurosurgery services to more children.
Pediatric neurosurgeon Luis Rodriguez, M.D., gives parents some insights into childhood brain tumors and when to seek treatment.
Allison Messina, M.D., chair of the Division of Infectious Disease and medical director of Infection Prevention at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, answers common questions families may have about the COVID-19 vaccine.
The laboratory team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s worked to ramp up its in-house testing capacity and incorporate COVID-19 testing into an already full workload of other necessary sample analysis for the hospital’s patients.
Social workers have been on the front lines at hospitals during a pandemic that has made significant impacts on the psychosocial factors that affect children and teens, working closely with the medical team to provide a different perspective to the care patients receive.