Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital services are available at locations throughout the west coast of Florida.
For local families and beyond, the Johns Hopkins All Children’s health system is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care in the right place. Through our network of regional outpatient care centers and affiliate hospitals we provide advanced specialized care for kids closer to home throughout the west coast of Florida.
Our team provides cardiology, neonatology, pulmonology, audiology, occupational, physical and speech therapy, and a variety of other services at locations throughout the region. (See chart below.)
In addition to our main region and campus in St. Petersburg, Florida, our system is organized into East, North and South regions. Each region offers services provided by All Children’s Specialty Physicians. In the most complex cases, children may be transported to the St. Petersburg campus by our LifeLine critical care transport team in an ambulance, helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft. In most cases, however, expert care is delivered by our specialists at the outpatient care center or affiliate hospital.
A closer look by region:
The Main Region is in St. Petersburg with our hospital campus as the hub to provide the most complex care. Patients come not just from Florida, but from throughout the country and around the world to receive expert care.
We provide neonatology services at St. Petersburg General Hospital and Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. Bayfront is adjacent to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, and the two institutions work collaboratively in caring for newborns, expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies, critical care transport and trauma. The third floor at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital is leased and operated by Bayfront Baby Place, which includes a labor and delivery unit, well baby nursery and antepartum unit for women with high-risk pregnancies. Johns Hopkins All Children's employs obstetricians and maternal-fetal medicine specialists who admit high-risk patients to the antepartum unit at Bayfront, and pediatric subspecialists from Johns Hopkins All Children's often meet with these expectant parents to discuss the medical and surgical care their infant will need following delivery. Infants requiring neonatal intensive care (NICU) are immediately transferred to the 97-bed NICU of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
The East Region primarily includes Hillsborough, Polk and other nearby counties. Johns Hopkins All Children’s has outpatient care centers in Brandon, Lakeland and Tampa plus a Sports Therapy Center in Tampa. We also collaborate with community and regional hospitals, including Brandon Regional and Tampa General, and are the only pediatric affiliate of H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s also provides pediatric general surgery services at Tampa General Hospital, as part of an exclusive agreement with the two hospitals and USF Health
The North Region includes northern Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and other nearby counties. Johns Hopkins All Children’s has outpatient care centers in Palm Harbor and New Port Richey. We also collaborate with community and regional hospitals, including The Medical Center of Trinity, Bayfront Health Spring Hill and Oak Hill Hospital. All Children’s Specialty Physicians provide a variety of services and staff the neonatal intensive care units in each of these facilities.
The South Region extends south of the Sunshine Skyway and includes Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee and other counties. Johns Hopkins All Children’s has outpatient care centers in Fort Myers, North Port and Sarasota. We also collaborate with community and regional hospitals, including Sarasota Memorial, Bayfront Health Port Charlotte, and Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida. At Sarasota Memorial, our All Children’s Specialty Physicians staff the inpatient pediatric unit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s provides sports medicine and general and mental health services at Bradenton’s IMG Academy, a leader in education, training and professional development for young athletes. The health services team onsite includes pediatric sports medicine specialists, nurses and physical therapists.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s has been an educational affiliate of the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine for more than 40 years, training pediatric residents, offering medical student clerkships and electives, and providing pediatric experience for residents and fellows in adult surgical specialties. This collaboration also extends to USF clinical programs in allergy/immunology and nephrology at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The 48,000-square-foot Children’s Research Institute adjoins the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital campus and is home to USF researchers who focus on molecular genetics and adaptive immunity, HIV and primary immunodeficiency disease. This location facilitates sharing of research infrastructure, including high throughput sequencing. The Rothman Center for Neuropsychiatry, a USF program located on the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital campus, has clinical and research programs focused on pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome and tic disorders. Rothman Center staff work collaboratively with the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Autism Program, pediatric psychiatry program, and specialists in speech, language and communication disorders.
Download information on our Integrated Regional Network which includes Outpatient Care Center locations and services provided.
Note: Not all services are available at all sites. Please consult the page for each individual location for a full list of services available.