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Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital embodies a tradition focused on patients first. Each day, the dedication and spirit toward that focus creates tiny moments that tell a larger story of care and compassion. All we do. All for kids
The hospital stay is over, but the reunion proves sweet.
In a complicated world, she provides a guiding hand.
He expects a silly stunt, but the nurses surprise him with a perfect prank.
A referral connects the boy to fulfilling expert care.
For three years, he was a part of the boy but remained a generous stranger, unknown. On this day, they meet.
On this day, the library delivers Halloween stories to delight the crowd.
A family from Guatemala visits each year in tribute to their little girl.
A hospital stay always is better with a little home cookin’.
The woman struggles to get where she wants to go. The driver leaves the bus to get her there.
The patient initially dismisses the thought of making a necklace, but then, an idea …
The patients, families, clinicians and even mascots come together to raise awareness.
The construction might be complete, but building on this friendship continues.
A milestone memory easily could be lost. Not on these nurses’ watch.
They met at a challenging time in their young lives. At each reunion, they and their mutual bond seem stronger than ever.
The girl is shy, self-conscious. The visitor arrives. Will she see him?
With a friend in need, this doctor fashions a helpful response.
A baby's first baseball game holds special meaning for his family.
A nurse masters the fine art of helping the kids.
New-found freedom brings a foundation of support.
How a garden can cultivate precious memories.
The nurse and patient share a special day, which seals a special friendship.
A patient and a major league pitcher form a special bond through their love of baseball.
With a patient-friendly artistic flair, the surgeon delivers his message.
Despite the odds, Stacie Stapleton, M.D., advocates to give her patient a chance.
A reunion with an old friend proves to be a learning experience.