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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
When life gave Caroline lemons, she decided to turn it into children’s aid.
Mr. Swiffer cleans up on love and support.
A year ago, Kimbriah celebrated a special moment after a difficult journey at the hospital. Now, she celebrates again among many family and friends.
A childhood injury left her in need of help. Now, she gives back by running for the sake of others.
At age 5, he Rocks the Night as the ultimate VIP.
A student vs. teacher kickball game encourages teens to be active and healthy.
Her baby—a toddler now—has come a long way, and she’s ready to run again.
Family dinner night on the hospital cancer unit creates support for anxious families.
Music is special medicine for many patients.
Students get the pulse of the medical world with an early introduction.
Savoring an anniversary and celebrating the colleagues who help so many.
After six months in the hospital, a young leukemia patient who has overcome nearly insurmountable odds leaves nurses with some very special parting gifts on his last day.
A visit to the therapy team brings fun and fuels communication.
Need a lift? You do not say. We have a tale. It will make your day.
A proactive NICU nurse wraps up a good deed.
It started with a first trip to Disney, but the magic came in the words: “No Leukemia Detected.”
When a baby needs immediate transport, the LifeLine team finds a way.
The walk to the MRI machine is a little easier with a friend.
A physician mobilizes members of a national organization to bring cheer to hospitalized children.
With a little help, a young girl conquers her fear.
A second-grade class starts shaping the future with a generous gift.
As the “invasion” nears, this pirate thinks of patients instead of plunder.
When the Lightning visits, the hospital has an electric atmosphere.
A cystic fibrosis patient keeps up with the rhythm of her studies.
A focus on student health creates an impact worth celebrating.