Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation


Lorenzo’s Light

Posted on June 20, 2018
From the tiniest preemie diapers to large and grateful hearts – a family with history at Johns Hopkins All Children’s has some encouraging words for those experiencing tough times.

Drawing Students from Around the World

Posted on June 13, 2018
Many international medical students are choosing to do rotations in America. Those who chose Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital do so for many reasons. The common thread? A reputation for excellence, the Johns Hopkins name and the ability to observe high-level specialty care.

Bella vs. Brain Tumor

Posted on June 07, 2018
Bella, diagnosed with medulloblastoma, enrolls in a research study and fights back with the help of many teams from the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences.

Is Your Child Ready to Babysit?

Posted on June 06, 2018
Help prepare your teen for babysitting with these helpful tips.

Fear, Hope and … A Future for Teagan

Posted on June 05, 2018
An injured child and a worried mom find help at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.

Building Philanthropy One Block at a Time

Posted on May 31, 2018
A giving society for physicians rapidly expands membership.

A Patient and Doctor Bond in Battle Against Leukemia

Posted on May 30, 2018
Jasmine, diagnosed with Burkitt leukemia at 15, bonds with her oncologist, a cancer survivor himself who was diagnosed right around the same age as Jasmine.

Kangaroo Care Creates Bond Between Baby and Parent

Posted on May 24, 2018
Kangaroo Care creates a bond between babies and their parents that has proven to have benefits for all involved.

Newborn Nectar

Posted on May 22, 2018
Mother’s own milk is proving to be the best medicine for low-weight preemies.

It’s All in the Training

Posted on May 16, 2018
The success of the simulation program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital depends on a fully-trained staff that keeps coming back for more.

Stroke in a Child?

Posted on May 15, 2018
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, a good time to remember anyone can have a stroke.

Born at 1.1 Pounds, She's Headed Home

Posted on May 11, 2018
A premature baby meets many challenges as she gets ready to finally leave the hospital.

A Day in the Life of Child Life

Posted on May 10, 2018
Child Life specialists help to change the experience for children who are hospitalized, turning fear into courage, and clearing a path for wellness.

Child Life Specialist Garners Prestigious National Award

Posted on May 10, 2018
Renee Savic, a Child Life Specialist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, is the recipient of the Mary Barkey Clinical Excellence Award for 2018.

Driven to End the Abuse

Posted on May 09, 2018
Philanthropists from Sarasota team with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital to make life better for children who have been abused.

Fighting Infection with a Toothbrush

Posted on May 08, 2018
For kids undergoing cancer treatment, maintaining oral health is so much more than preventing cavities–it can be the difference between staying healthy and fighting off a major infection. See how the nurses of the Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute are leading the charge against these infections.

Have Mentor, Will Travel 

Posted on May 04, 2018
Faculty hematologist at Children’s Hospital of Orange County receives a grant to train with Johns Hopkins All Children’s research director.  

Bonding Over Books

Posted on May 02, 2018
A volunteer who reads to young patients shows how a good book can be good medicine.

Developing a Neurosurgery Destination

Posted on May 01, 2018
Physicians who refer patients to the neurosurgery team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital rest easy knowing that their patients don’t just rely on one review of their case—they get four.

Helping Teens and Young Adults Deal with Cancer

Posted on April 24, 2018
A Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute program provides adolescents and young adults the special support they need.

Fragile Cargo

Posted on April 13, 2018
A doctor and his team go the extra mile to improve the odds for a baby with life-threatening congenital diaphragmatic hernia

A Gift for Babies’ Sake

Posted on March 27, 2018
A generous donation to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital will improve care for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome.

Safety in Sports for Kids

Posted on March 02, 2018
Does your child play sports? Read these safety tips.

Embracing the Health Informatics Revolution

Posted on January 02, 2018
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital sees great potential in the role of data analysis and its impact on patient care.

Johns Hopkins All Children's Is Healing Beyond Borders

Posted on November 28, 2017
For Florence, a regular visit to her obstetrician in Guatemala City for an ultrasound at 31 weeks brought a diagnosis that changed everything. Oligohydramnios, pronounced ah-ligo-hi-dram-nee-os, is diagnosed in about 4 percent of pregnancies when the woman has a low level of amniotic fluid. Her neonatologist recommended transferring her to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital for the best chance of saving her baby’s life.

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