Posted on August 22, 2018
How does a pediatric stroke impact a child in the future? Avner Meoded, M.D., pediatric neuroradiologist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, is in search of answers.
Posted on August 21, 2018
From physical therapy to surgery and beyond, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Head Shape Clinic uses a wide range of care options to treat patients like Priscella.
Posted on August 16, 2018
Child Life specialists make an impact beyond Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, helping children at the border in Texas.
Posted on August 09, 2018
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital puts a new focus on population health to improve health and reduce illness in kids.
Posted on August 01, 2018
After diagnosed with a hip condition that occurs in growing teens, Christopher met with Drew Warnick, M.D., an expert in orthopedics, who performed a cutting-edge surgery and got Christopher back to his normal life.
Posted on July 31, 2018
After headaches worsened, Matthew visited the experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital where they discovered an infection on his brain and quickly went to work.
Posted on July 17, 2018
Parents go through special simulation training for their medically complex child—and wind up using their skills in an actual medical emergency.
Posted on July 09, 2018
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has named Melissa Macogay as vice president and chief nursing officer.
Posted on June 29, 2018
Strong supporters of pediatric health for nearly 70 years, the All Children's Hospital Guild, a dynamic volunteer group, joins forces with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
Posted on June 05, 2018
An injured child and a worried mom find help at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Posted on May 31, 2018
A giving society for physicians rapidly expands membership.
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.
Posted on May 24, 2018
Kangaroo Care creates a bond between babies and their parents that has proven to have benefits for all involved.
Posted on May 22, 2018
Mother’s own milk is proving to be the best medicine for low-weight preemies.
Posted on May 15, 2018
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, a good time to remember anyone can have a stroke.
Posted on May 11, 2018
A premature baby meets many challenges as she gets ready to finally leave the hospital.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Posted on May 02, 2018
A volunteer who reads to young patients shows how a good book can be good medicine.
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.