Neonatal Intensive Care & Perinatology
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute seeks to improve outcomes for newborns through collaborative approaches to care beginning with the expectant mother, continuing through delivery and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) admission and extending beyond discharge through neonatal follow-up. The institute is focused on delivering clinical excellence, enhancing treatments through research and training the next generation of physicians to improve the short- and long-term health needs of medically complex newborns. Specialists in neonatology, maternal-fetal medicine, surgery and other diverse specialties work together to provide a continuum of care that meets the needs of patients and families all in one place.
Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Treatment
Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute provides comprehensive pediatric and perinatal cardiology care for patients with congenital heart defects and other cardiac problems, including evaluation and management of heart defects before birth. We have performed more than 180 heart transplants and provide follow-up care for heart procedures for newborns through teens. The Heart Center has cardiac operating rooms, catheterization labs and a 22-room cardiovascular intensive care unit.
Institute for Brain Protection Sciences
The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Brain Protection Sciences is focused on stretching the boundaries of neuroscience to provide the highest quality of care in the areas of childhood developmental disorders, mental health, brain injury, rehabilitative care and pediatric neurological and neurosurgical diseases. Our institute collaborates across disciplines, offering cutting-edge clinical techniques, preventative services and research to deliver the best possible outcomes in a safe, patient- and family-centered environment.
Pediatric general surgeons are at the forefront of advanced miniature access surgery, including minimally invasive single incision ("stealth") surgery.
Five pediatric orthopaedic surgeons specialize in scoliosis and other spinal deformities, skeletal trauma and sports injuries.
Cancer & Blood Disorders
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer & Blood disorders Institute is home of one of the largest pediatric cancer programs in the southeastern U.S. and provides access to the latest therapies through clinical trials.
The pediatric bone marrow transplant program is the largest in Florida and offers the full range of transplant options for cancers, sickle cell disease and metabolic disorders.
Other key programs include a multidisciplinary brain tumor team, sickle cell disease program, state-designated hemophilia center, and Florida's only program for pediatric clotting disorders.
Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Transport & Intensive Care
Our 28-bed Pediatric Emergency Center, staffed by board-certified pediatric emergency medicine physicians, handles 43,000 visits per year and is home to one of Florida's busiest pediatric trauma programs.
Our 28-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit has expertise in trauma, near-drowning and life-threatening illness.
Our Neonatal & Pediatric Transport Team brings critically ill patients to Johns Hopkins All Children's from across Florida and beyond, and provides lifesaving care that includes ECMO.
Cystic Fibrosis and Asthma
Our nationally designated Cystic Fibrosis Center cares for children and teens from many parts of Florida and is also a Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-designated Therapeutic Development Center-one of 77 centers worldwide.
Child Development & Rehabilitative Services
We offer a full spectrum of pediatric audiology services and speech, occupational and physical therapy services, with many services available at our outpatient locations located in 8 counties. Our multidisciplinary autism center provides coordinated care, including speech and occupational therapy, social skills training, applied behavior analysis and family education.