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Getting to Know Alicia Schulhof

Posted on Oct 14, 2021 in General News

K. Alicia Schulhof joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as president in July. Since then, she's been busy meeting with patients, families and staff, and learning more about their experiences. Now, some around the hospital have questions for her. Watch the video to get to know Alicia.

A Heart for Ananya

Posted on Oct 13, 2021 in Programs

Six-year-old Ananya arrived at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital on a ventilator. With expert care from the team in the Heart Institute, she left the hospital 76 days later with a new heart, and hugs and smiles for her care team.

Advanced Practice Providers – More Than Physician Extenders

Posted on Oct 12, 2021 in General News

Oct. 11-15 is the inaugural National APP Week, honoring the contributions advanced practice providers (APP) and raising awareness of their unique roles in health care. Three APPs share more about the specialized care they provide our patients.

Dangers of Button Batteries and Kids

Posted on Oct 11, 2021 in General News

If a child swallows a button battery, it can cause severe damage if not removed promptly. Emergency medicine physician Ebony Hunter, M.D., shares what to do if your child ingests a button battery.

Puerto Rican Pride During Hispanic Heritage Month: Meet Dominick Rosado

Posted on Oct 07, 2021 in General News

Environmental Services technician Dominick Rosado talks about the bonds he forms with patients and families, and what Hispanic Heritage Month means to him.

Cathrine Bates, R.N., Receives the DAISY Award

Posted on Oct 05, 2021 in General News

Cathrine Bates, R.N., is a clinical nurse in the PICU.

Pandemic Impacts Pediatric Heart Transplants Nationwide

Posted on Oct 05, 2021 in Research

Heart program researchers studied pandemic impacts on pediatric heart transplants nationwide

Common Types of Head Shape Abnormalities

Posted on Oct 04, 2021 in General News

Dr. Matthew D. Smyth, chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery, shares information with parents about various head shape abnormalities.

Physicians and Researchers Examine How COVID-19 May Impact Children with Immune Deficiency

Posted on Oct 01, 2021 in Research

Physicians and researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and the University of South Florida (USF) Morsani College of Medicine are examining how children with immune deficiency and immune dysregulation are affected by COVID-19.

His Legacy Has Helped to Straighten Out Many Kids

Posted on Sep 29, 2021 in General News

Pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Jeffrey Neustadt, M.D., reflects on how much orthopaedic surgery has advanced in the past three decades, and the importance of a strong team approach to care.

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