Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute

Outcomes Data

Information about a heart surgery program's outcomes (results) can help parents make choices about their child's cardiac care.

Restoring Your Trust in Our Heart Institute

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital paused the Heart Surgery Program after news reports about families that did not receive the high-quality care that is our promise. We are determined to learn everything that happened in the Heart Institute and to rebuild it in a way that earns your trust. We invite you to follow our journey, and we will not rest until your trust is restored.

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The pediatric heart surgery program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital was one of the first children's heart surgery programs in Florida. We've performed thousands of surgeries since our program began in 1976. In addition, we began performing pediatric heart transplants in 1995 and have performed more than 180 transplants.

Outcomes Data

Supporting Documentation

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