Outpatient Care Center Spotlight - South Tampa
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care, South Tampa, offers frequently needed medical, laboratory and therapeutic services in a convenient location. Services include:
Daniel Mauriello, M.D., offers cardiology appointments every Tuesday and Thursday. EKG and Echo services are available.
Anthony Kriseman, M.D., offers pulmonology appointments every Tuesday and Friday. Pulmonary function study services are available.
Pediatric General Surgery
Henry Chang, M.D., Drew Rideout, M.D., and Keith Thatch, M.D., offer general surgery appointments every Tuesday.
Pediatric speech-language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, lab collection and diagnostic and related services are also available. For information or to refer a patient, visit HopkinsAllChildrens.org/southtampa or call 813-837-7012.
Spotlight on Minimally Invasive Surgery - Tampa
The pediatric surgeons at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offer a full spectrum of minimally invasive procedures beyond our main campus in St. Petersburg. We have board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons based in Hillsborough County to provide babies, children and adolescents procedures such as thoracoscopy and laparoscopy. Their services are specifically designed for the unique surgical needs children face and are available in collaboration with AdventHealth Tampa, Tampa General Hospital and Brandon Regional Hospital.
Henry Chang, M.D.
Drew Rideout, M.D.
Keith Thatch, M.D.
For more information or to refer a patient visit HopkinsAllChildrens.org/minimallyinvasivesurgery or call 727-767-4170.
CanSurvive Survivor Program
The CanSurvive Survivor Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital sees children, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors who are three years or more out of therapy. Cancer and bone marrow transplant survivors will receive a personalized treatment summary, national guidelines with screening recommendations based on their treatment, yearly screening for late effects and long term support and guidance as they transition into adulthood. We offer clinics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s main campus in St. Petersburg and Outpatient Care Center, Tampa. For more information or to refer a patient, visit HopkinsAllChildrens.org/cansurvive or call 813-631-5001.
“Graduation” for Young Adults with Sickle Cell Disease
June 19 is World Sickle Cell Day and the launch of the new Johns Hopkins All Children’s program to help patients with sickle cell disease transition from pediatric to adult care. This four-hour event will provide patients ages 13 - 21 the opportunity to learn about local colleges and career training, meet adult providers, attend a panel discussion led by patients and families, and connect with community organizations. There will be a brief commencement for patients graduating from our care. View the agenda and register by June 14.
Free Meals for Kids and Teens This Summer
Students in our area who rely on free and reduced breakfasts and lunches during the school year may not have access to healthy meals during summer break. To fill this gap for our outpatient families, JHACH will provide free breakfast and lunch to children and teens through the Summer BreakSpot Program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered in Florida by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. From June 10 to August 2, children and teens 18 and under who are on campus for an appointment can stop by the main cafeteria for free breakfast and lunch. Encourage outpatient families to take advantage of this program.