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Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital brings the rigorous academic approach of one of the world’s leading health care organizations to drive expert care, innovation and change for children in Florida and beyond. From basic research to national leadership in clinical and translational trials, our faculty and more than 250 pediatric specialty physicians push boundaries to create better tomorrows for children.
With Outpatient Care locations and hospital collaborations along the west coast of Florida, Johns Hopkins All Children’s brings advanced care to children in many ways.
We’re ranked in eight specialties for 2021-22:
These rankings reflect our longstanding commitment to the health of the children in our communities. Each year more than 100 pediatric hospitals across the country participate in U.S. News & World Report’s surveying process to rank the top children’s hospitals in 10 specialties.
Heart program researchers studied pandemic impacts on pediatric heart transplants nationwide
When 11-year-old Timmy had a stroke, doctors said he was at risk of having another. Interventional cardiologist James Thompson, M.D., offered hope in the form of a procedure that made Timmy the youngest person ever to benefit from a new technology.
Born prematurely at 31 weeks and diagnosed with a rare condition that affects babies’ eating and breathing, Saylor is now on the road to recovery with care from the Esophageal and Airway Treatment team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.
A study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s reveals a serious, under-reported syndrome ‘hiding in plain sight.’
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital researchers have identified an important gene function with potential for enhancing the immune system.
For babies in the NICU, a condition called apnea of prematurity is often the last thing standing in the way before their families can take them home. Physicians and data scientists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s have been studying apnea of prematurity using a data-driven approach.
A talented young teen faces a life change after suffering bleeding in her brain. Learn more about 14-year-old Ashley’s inspiring story.
As the need for pediatric mental health services grows, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Center for Behavioral Health continues to add providers and expand its services to meet this critical demand.
Learn more about research and innovation at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.
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