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U.S. News & World Report Ranks All Children’s as the Top Program for Pediatric Cardiology and Heart Surgery in Florida

Posted on Jun 09, 2015 in General News

U.S. News & World Report ranked All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine as a best children's hospital in two specialty areas in the new 2015-16 Best Children's Hospitals rankings...

All Children's Hospital Hosts Camp Send Off for Kids with Cardiovascular Diseases

Posted on Jun 09, 2015 in General News

All Children's Hospital hosted a special camp kickoff on Monday, June 8, for 28 kids with cardiovascular disease. Accompanied by their parents, campers checked in with luggage, medications and a spirit of adventure...

A Welcome Return for An Incoming All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine Pediatric Resident

Posted on Jun 08, 2015 in General News

Newly minted physician Phillip Mote, M.D., had quite a memorable experience at All Children's in July 2013 during a summer elective, part of his training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine...

PREDICT Study at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine Seeks to Promote Healthy Growth and Neurodevelopment

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 in General News

Researchers at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine in St. Petersburg, Florida launched a ground-breaking Institution-wide Prospective Inception Cohort Study (iPICS) in 2013 designed to identify key predictors of outcome in children with a variety of acute and chronic health conditions.

New Biorepository Opens High-Tech Door to Research for All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in General News

Inside a pair of towering, robotic containers befitting a sci-fi movie set, the temperature at All Children’s Hospital gets just a bit chilly these days– as in a high of minus-20-degrees Celsius and a low of minus-80. But don’t be fooled by the arctic thermometer readings of the space-age twins called SAM 1 and SAM 2. This is precisely the place where a new chapter of research is heating up.

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