When you want the best results, you turn to experts. By turning to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, you’ll ensure your child gets care specially tailored for children, brought to you by a multidisciplinary team of experts in the field.
A Team With Breadth and Depth of Experience
The pediatric surgeons at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital specialize in a wide variety of surgical procedures, from the common to the complex. Our surgeons are specially trained to care for the unique needs of children suffering from congenital (present at birth) and acquired conditions, including diseases of the intestinal tract, chest wall deformities, hernias, vascular malformations as well as cysts and tumors of the head and neck. In addition, pediatric surgeons work closely with specialists in hematology and oncology to offer state-of-the art treatment to children with cancer.
Pediatric surgery at Johns Hopkins All Children’s is offered in a warm, family-friendly environment, where parents and caregivers are encouraged to spend as much time as possible with their child before and after surgery.
Why Choose Johns Hopkins All Children’s
As an academic hospital with a focus on research and education, your child will have access to the latest treatments, surgical procedures and leading-edge technology. At John’s Hopkins All Children’s, you can expect:
- High-quality, compassionate and family-centered care for your child provided by a highly experienced team of pediatric surgeons with years of advanced training.
- A diverse team of specialists who work together to provide your child with the most comprehensive care possible, including pediatric surgeons, pediatric anesthesiologists, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, respiratory therapists, oncologists, nurses and more.
- The latest minimally invasive surgical techniques, including single incision “key hole" surgical procedures. Minimally invasive surgery shortens hospital stays and healing time and lessens the pain and discomfort of surgery.
We offer the full spectrum of surgical care, from pediatric ambulatory wound services to complex brain surgery. Highlights of our programs and services include:
Chest Wall Deformity Center
We specialize in the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of common and complex chest wall deformities, including pectus excavatum (funnel chest), slipping rib syndrome, congenital rib anomalies and more.
Care Under Intestinal Rehabilitation Excellence (CUIRE) Program
The CUIRE Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital provides a comprehensive range of services for rehabilitating patients diagnosed with short bowel syndrome, severe gastrointestinal dysfunction and intestinal failure.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s uses a multidisciplinary team of pediatric surgeons, perinatologists, neonatologists and pediatric anesthesiologists to care for infants with congenital and acquired conditions requiring surgery.
Johns Hopkins All Children's pediatric surgeons work with specialists in hematology and oncology as well as bone marrow transplant services to offer state-of-the-art surgical treatment to pediatric cancer patients.
Our pediatric surgeons are highly skilled in the treatment of chest wall deformities, including pectus excavatum (funnel chest), and excel in procedures involving the lung, mediastinum and esophagus.
Vascular Anomalies Clinic
Some vascular anomalies (blood vessels that haven’t developed correctly) don’t require treatment, but it’s important to get the right diagnosis. If surgical treatment is needed, our pediatric surgeons offer an unparalleled level of expertise in the treatment of vascular anomalies, including vascular tumors and vascular malformations.
Pediatric Ambulatory Wound Services (PAWS)
Johns Hopkins All Children's offers customized, expert care to aid in the healing of wounds, including severe burns, non-healing wounds and ulcers.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Our pediatric surgeons are highly skilled in minimally invasive surgical procedures, including an innovative technique in which small "key hole" incisions are made in the chest or abdomen. Minimally invasive surgery results in less pain and shorter hospital stays and recovery times.
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) is a serious developmental defect of the diaphragm, which allows a baby’s abdominal organs to move through the diaphragm and locate higher in the chest cavity, obstructing the lungs from growing and functioning properly. The medical director of our Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Program has decades of experience with CDH, offering hope to families who have received a difficult diagnosis.
Schedule an appointment online or call 727-767-4170, or 800-456-4543, ext. 4170, for more information.