Office of Medical Education

Fellowship

About Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Pediatric Fellowship Programs

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital currently sponsors fellowship programs in the following Pediatric Subspecialties:

Fellowship programs tentatively beginning July 2020:

  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery

All fellowships at JHACH combine commitment to the ACGME core competencies with opportunities for individualization and career exploration.  Our institution accelerates your career and professional development by creating opportunities to work effectively as a leader, and strive for the advancement of excellent patient care.  Additionally, each fellow has the opportunity to participate in the Fellow Leadership Course led by institutional senior executives and Institutional Committees of their interest in conjunction with their Program Director’s approval.

For more information on each program, please click on the like above for specific application procedures.  Please contact your program of interest directly, or visit the program’s website.  Find more information on NRMP Fellowship Matches here.

Read stories about our fellowship program:

Five New Fellows Join Programs at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital 

Five new fellows have been selected for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Hospital Medicine and Pediatric Surgery Fellowship programs at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

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VIP Auction Proceeds Complete $1 Million Pledge to Pediatric Surgical Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

The fourth year was the charm. The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation surpassed its five-year, $1 million pledge to the hospital’s accredited Pediatric Surgical Fellowship Program. The Foundation raised $325,000 April 1 at its VIP Auction to push overall funds raised for the program past $1 million, a year earlier than promised.

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First International Fellow Opens World of Possibilities

The groundbreaking appointment of Nir Shimony, M.D., the first international pediatric neurosurgery fellow at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, not only adds to the institution’s prestige and prominence but has far-reaching effects for many...

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