September 13, 2019 - WTSP -TV
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital held a dance party Friday for kids fighting cancer and living with sickle cell disease.
September 08, 2019 - WTSP -TV
The annual “Tutu Girls” photoshoot took place at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in late August. The cheerful quartet of cancer-fighting children get together every year to reenact the photo that caught worldwide attention in September 2016.
August 29, 2019 - WTVT - TV
If you've ever had an amazing nurse in your life, maybe somebody who's cared for you or your child at a critical time, you'll appreciate the recognition given to the nurses at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
August 22, 2019 - WTVT - TV
Inside Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is a new state-of-the-art simulation center.
August 15, 2019 - Tampa Bay Times
Staying safe while doing strenuous activity in Florida’s August takes some knowledge. We talked to Patrick Mularoni, the medical director of sports medicine for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, about the roofers, beach bar singers, pizza bakers and glass artists who work in hot jobs.
August 15, 2019 - WFTS -TV
Dr. Jen Arnold, medical director of simulation at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, and Dr. Lauren Gardner, administrative director of the hospital’s Autism Program, discuss a special autism training program for law enforcement.
August 12, 2019 - Bay News 9
Teachers at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital are helping patients keep up with school work while in the hospital.
August 09, 2019 - WTSP -TV
Siblings Madison and Maximus Xiong have been playing music at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital for nearly three years. Both want to careers in the medical industry and figured volunteering their musical skills in a hospital was a great headstart.
August 07, 2019 - WTSP -TV
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital dietitian Megan Armstrong says the ideal lunch looks as good as it tastes. Before putting it together, make sure it has at least three food groups.
August 06, 2019 - WFTS -TV
That is where Annette Pagliaro comes in. She is one of six full-time teachers at the hospital whose main job is to get patients like Jones ready for school.