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Hurricane Irma Updates

For more general information about the , please visit our Hurricane Information for Patients/Families page.
Posted on Sep 15,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Irma Recovery Efforts

Hurricane Irma’s impact along the west coast of Florida remains even days after the storm moved through the area, causing flooding, power outages and other damage.

Posted on Sep 13,2017

Family Visitation Guidelines - 9.13.2017

Johns Hopkins All Children's has returned to our normal visiting hours and guidelines which is the following:

Posted on Sep 13,2017

Feeding Tampa Bay and Johns Hopkins Deliver Emergency Food to St. Pete Residents

Many food-insecure residents in St. Pete have been without power since Hurricane Irma hit. At 5pm today, Feeding Tampa Bay and volunteers from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital will distribute food and water to this community in need.

Posted on Sep 12,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care Operations

Due to damage and power outages, Ft. Myers will be closed until Monday, September 18.

Posted on Sep 12,2017

Disaster Aftermath: Caring for You and Your Children

Disasters can have long-lasting mental health impact on all of those involved, including children and families, first-responders, and health professionals.

Posted on Sep 11,2017

Current Open Status for Hospital and Outpatient Care Centers

Johns Hopkins All Children's Main Campus is open for patients. Until further notice the outpatient care centers outside the main campus are closed due to power outages and until we can assess damage.

Posted on Sep 10,2017

Hurricane Irma Update - Appointment Cancellations

In order to ensure the safety of our patients, their families and our staff, all elective surgeries, outpatient clinic appointments and therapy appointments for Tuesday, September 12th will be cancelled.

Posted on Sep 09,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Prepared for Hurricane Irma

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is prepared for Hurricane Irma and has activated its disaster response teams inside the hospital. Media and the public should be aware that the hospital is not a shelter, but is open in order to take care of pediatric patients in need of medical care.

Posted on Sep 08,2017

Parents of Special Needs Children

Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital is not set up to be a shelter for special needs children - Pinellas County has set up three shelter locations to accommodate special needs children. We were accidentally announced as a shelter, when they meant to announce John Hopkins Middle School instead. Please see this list of special needs shelters for locations.

Posted on Sep 07,2017

Family Visitation Guidelines - 9.7.2017 4:53 PM

Effective at 6 PM the evening of Thursday, September 7, 2017, Johns Hopkins All Children’s will institute a necessary change to family visitations for our inpatient families.

Posted on Sep 06,2017

Hurricane Irma Update – Appointment Cancellations

We are closely monitoring the progress of Hurricane Irma. In order to protect the health and safety of our patients, their families and our staff, we are announcing a few cancellations.

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