Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute

Johns Hopkins All Children’s provides family-centered, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology care led by exceptional doctors in west-central Florida.​

A Patient-Centered Approach to Cancer & Blood Disorders

Our pediatric Oncology and Hematology Programs are designed around your family with a multidisciplinary team approach to care. Team members include specialists from a variety of fields, as well as social workers, child life specialists, oncology nurses, pharmacists, patient educators and nutritionists  to approach your child’s care from all angles.

When you partner with us, your family is surrounded by experts to help you navigate every step of your child’s care. We understand the complex physical and emotional needs of children with cancer and blood disorders, and we are here to help you make the best choices for your family.

Partnering to Find a Cure

In alignment with our goal to be leaders in children’s health we participate in clinical trials and foster a commitment to scientific research. Our affiliation with The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is confirmation of our rigorous quality standards – and it also connects us to even more clinical trials and emerging cures for childhood cancer. We are also members of the Children’s Oncology Group, connecting your child to all the resources of the world’s most experienced organization in the clinical development of new therapies and treatments for children with cancer.

All this means that you can feel confident in the care provided when your family is at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital for childhood cancers and blood disorders.

Watch and be inspired by Avalynn's story:


Two-year-old Avalynn was an active toddler until one day, a small fall eventually unveiled a larger health issue. Her parents share their story of finding a diagnosis that led them to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital for treatment. With the help of a care team, who became an extension of their family, Avalynn is now an active, energetic preschooler.  

Your Guide To Care

Prepare for your child’s appointment at The Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute with our Guide to Care. The guide can help you:
  • Find tips on how to communicate with family and siblings
  • Keep track of appointment dates and medications
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Cancer and Malignant Blood Disorders

Our Oncology Program is the most comprehensive in the region, with a commitment to clinical trials and the advancement of medicine combined with a compassionate, patient and family-centered approach.

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Benign Hematology

Complex blood disorders require expert knowledge and ongoing care. Our robust Hematology Program provides integrated and ongoing inpatient and outpatient care, with several outpatient locations, to make it as easy as possible to get the care you need.

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Blood and Marrow Transplant Program

Blood and Marrow Transplant Program

This program was founded by one of the first doctors to perform this lifesaving procedure. Our Blood and Marrow Transplant Program is approved by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT) and is Children's Oncology Group accredited.

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Pediatric Thrombosis Program

Pediatric Thrombosis Program

Our multidisciplinary team is focused on providing expert care to infants, children and young adults who have developed or are at risk for a blood clot. Extending from inpatient to outpatient care, we also offer your family access to the latest developments in treatment.

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Neuro-Oncology Program

Neuro-Oncology Program

Our multidisciplinary approach to complex cases includes weekly Tumor Board meetings, during which specialists in neurology and oncology review each case to develop a personalized treatment plan for each patient.

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Patient and Family Support

Patient & Family Support

From diagnosis through survivorship, we have support programs and resources in place to help patients and families heal and thrive, including the CanSurvive cancer survivorship program.

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Read inspiring stories

No Worries

After six months in the hospital, a young leukemia patient who has overcome nearly insurmountable odds leaves nurses with some very special parting gifts on his last day.

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Cancer Journal Publishes Dr. Deepak Chellapandian’s White Blood Cell Disorder Article

Chellapandian’s histiocytosis research in collaboration with the North American Consortium for Histiocytosis offers more opportunities for future patients.

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Sprinkles of Joy

She doesn’t remember much about her battle with cancer. She just wants to dig into a bowl of sweetness.

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