The Johns Hopkins All Children’s trauma team serves infants, children and adolescent trauma patients and is available when seconds matter most.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s trauma services provide the knowledge, training and resources for trauma care at the most critical time. Our facility and team are equipped to care for pediatric patients who need comprehensive medical and surgical services.
Our trauma team is in the hospital 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This means our experts come together quickly to examine, diagnose and treat patients who have severe or life-threatening injuries. We offer:
- A team of specialists at hand and ready to care for pediatric trauma patients
- An operating room available 24 hours a day
- A seamless transition for patients who need additional specialty care outside of trauma services
Specially Trained Trauma Team
Trauma patients often need very specialized pediatric care upon arrival, and we understand that treating children is different from treating adults. Our team is highly experienced and skilled in caring for severe or life-threatening pediatric injuries. Our facility is specially designed to care for infants, children and adolescents and provides the latest equipment, technology and a complete set of pediatric-specific trauma standards and protocols.
Our continuum of care for trauma patients extends across multiple departments and disciplines, including:
Our trauma services begin with preventative care. That’s why we are devoted to injury prevention in children by educating our families and community through a variety of programs and initiatives, including:
Learn more about our safety initiatives>>