In the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Esophageal and Airway Treatment (EAT) Program, our collaborative approach brings together specialists across multiple disciplines to provide your child with comprehensive, research-based care.
A variety of resources are available to assist you and your family while your child receives care. Some of our resources include:
Patients & Families Resources
Our Patients & Families Resources provide important information about your stay. Our downloadable Inpatient Family Guide outlines hospital policies, resources, dedicated family spaces and more.
Ronald McDonald House
Families who travel from out of town for care may request a room at any of the three Ronald McDonald Houses located on campus. A Ronald McDonald House can act as a home away from home, supporting families whose children need inpatient care, and who live a distance from the hospital.
Patient Experience Navigators
Dedicated patient experience navigators are available at any point during your child’s inpatient stay to help you with a number of concerns—whether it is helping you voice your opinion, understand and navigate your child’s treatment, listening to any general concerns and providing support.
To speak with a patient experience navigator, call 727-767-2110 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, or email us at any time.