Project SEARCH is a school-to-work internship program for students ages 18-22 with disabilities. The goal is for each graduate to find a local job using the skills learned at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Healthy Start Project
The St. Petersburg Healthy Start Project is designed to improve health outcomes for women, infants and families in underserved populations, as well as reduce racial and ethnic disparities, and facilitate access to comprehensive health and social services.
Every year, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital provides expert care for children from around the world. Our dedicated team seamlessly combines medical needs, family preferences and cultural, linguistic and religious expectations into a tailored experience that makes Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital feel as close to home as possible. A medical concierge coordinates medical services and accommodations before the visit and a care coordinator guides each family to medical appointments and is available for questions during the stay.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital serves patients from many backgrounds, including those who may need some assistance communicating with our staff. We can provide language or sign interpreter services, at no charge, to help patients and families feel more comfortable during their stay. Interpreter services may be provided by phone. Each care unit has a double-handset phone that can be used to connect the caregiver and the parent/guardian at the same time with medical interpreters in more than 150 languages and we can also provide TDD phones.