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As a research and teaching hospital, we offer the best in pediatric medicine. Our network features over 590+ physicians and specialists providing high quality care in more than 50 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties.

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The latest in pediatric medicine news, inspiring patient stories, and what’s happening in our community.

image for article Johns Hopkins All Children’s Center for Pediatric Data Science and Analytics Methodology Presents Results of 3 Important Health Care Studies at International Conference

Members of the Center for Pediatric Data Science and Analytics Methodology in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Clinical & Translational Research presented three research projects at the the 44th Annual International Conference of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. These studies focused on patient social needs, predicting seven-day hospital readmissions, and pediatric patient heart transplantation survival.

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image for article A Rare Complication, but a Smooth Journey
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The Fetal Care Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s offers coordinated personalized care for complex and high-risk pregnancies from before birth through delivery and into follow-up care. It brings together whatever combination of specialists needed for the fetal anomaly or condition being treated. When the Fetal Care team met with Becca, Michael and the gestational carrier, Becca wasn’t sure how it would go.

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image for article A Journey to ACL Reconstruction Surgery
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Kei’moni, who recently turned 12, played basketball and football until injuries sent him to the Sports Medicine program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, the Tampa Bay area’s first comprehensive pediatric sports medicine program. Along the way, Kei’moni learned his persistent knee pain wasn’t just because of hits on the field. It was because he was born without anterior cruciate ligaments (ACLs) in both knees.

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