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Posted on Oct 30,2015

Child Life Creates New “Reverse Trick or Treating” So All Patients Can Enjoy

Trick or Treat! This year the Child Life department, came up with an exciting new way for our patients to participate in Halloween festivities by bringing the excitement to them: Now children who can’t leave their rooms – or even their beds – can enjoy Halloween with everyone else...


Posted on Oct 29,2015

Halloween Safety Tips from All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine

Halloween can be a dangerous night of the year. The Suncoast Safe Kids Coalition at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine offers safety tips to help prepare parents for child safety and motorists precautions...


Posted on Oct 26,2015

Michele Beanblossom, R.N. and Amy Tanner, R.N., are the October 2015 Daisy Award Recipients

Nursing is a team effort and this month two nurses have been recognized by a family for their work with one of our patients. Michele Beanblossom, R.N. and Amy Tanner, R.N., are the October 2015 Daisy Award Recipients...


Posted on Oct 23,2015

International Walk to School Day

​International Walk to School Day is designed to teach children how to walk to school safely, recognize pedestrian dangers and encourage more out-of-the-car movement. This year, more than 10,300 elementary and middle school students participated in the walk...


Posted on Oct 23,2015

Symposium Highlights Growth in Research and Collaboration

The All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine (ACH JHM) 4th Annual Research Symposium, held October 16, reflected the robust and still growing research mission in St. Petersburg...


Posted on Oct 22,2015

First WTMP Hispanic Radiothon Earns More Than $30,000

All Children’s earned $32,882 during our first annual Hispanic Radiothon on WTMP LA Mexicana 96.1 FM Miracles for Kids Radiothon as part of a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Fundraising Initiative…


Posted on Oct 19,2015

Rebecca August is the October 2015 Employee of the Month

Rebecca August is the October 2015 Employee of the Month. Rebecca works as a compensation processing specialist in Human Resources and has been with All Children's since 2011...


Posted on Oct 13,2015

World Thrombosis Day: Kids Like Valen Get Clots Too

Valen Roa’s family is getting ready to celebrate his first birthday this week with friends and family, plus a pumpkin as a sign of autumn fun.


Posted on Oct 12,2015

Sprains and Strains

For many families, back to school also means the return of school sports. The AllSports Medicine experts at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine want to remind parents to be alert and watch for signs of a sports-related injury.


Posted on Oct 02,2015

Special Pacemaker Surgery is a Perfect Fit for Toddler at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute

The sight of 2-year-old Giselle Thomas pulling a little red wagon up and down a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit corridor, giving her favorite stuffed animals a joy ride, was a moment worth savoring.


Posted on Oct 01,2015

All Children’s Hospital and St. Petersburg Police Department Launch New Mentor Program

All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine and the St. Petersburg Police Department joined together on Sept. 29 to kick-off a new mentor program for school age children with chronic illnesses.


Posted on Sep 29,2015

All Children’s Hospital Welcomes Veronica Martin as Vice President/CNO

Veronica Martin, D.N.P., R.N., joined All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine on September 28, 2015 as vice president and chief nursing officer.


Posted on Sep 29,2015

2015 Johns Hopkins Nursing Shining Star Finalist

Elizabeth Halterman, R.N., PICU clinical leader, has been selected as a finalist for the Johns Hopkins Nursing Shining Star Award.


Posted on Sep 24,2015

Physicians and Care Teams Receive Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Awards

Four All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine physicians and two multidisciplinary teams were honored with Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Awards...


Posted on Sep 23,2015

A Sickle Cell Awareness Month Success Story at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine

3-year-old Vincent Mitchell is just one example of how young patients born with sickle cell anemia are thriving with the advanced care and education provided by the sickle cell anemia program at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine…


Posted on Sep 18,2015

Ryan’s Case for Smiles Delivers its One Millionth Pillowcase to All Children's Hospital Patient

Although there was already a handmade pillowcase on her hospital bed – a previous gift from Ryan’s Case for Smiles – 13-year-old Hunter Swain, battling her second round of leukemia, lit up when she saw the official “One Millionth Pillowcase”…


Posted on Sep 17,2015

Doris McNally, R.N., is the September 2015 Daisy Award Recipient

Doris McNally, R.N., is our September 2015 Daisy Award recipient. The DAISY Award is presented monthly to an All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients…


Posted on Sep 14,2015

“And Though She Be But Little … She is Fierce”

Sofia’s story began with a black eye. When it stubbornly hung around and began to droop a little, her parents decided to take her to All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. That day, they found out they were dealing with stage 4 high-risk neuroblastoma…


Posted on Sep 10,2015

All Children’s Hospital Receives First National Grant from Hearst Foundations to Train Medical Residents

All Children’s Hospital received its first national grant from the The Hearst Foundations for $100,000. The grant will help fund the exclusive Leadership Executive Academic Development curriculum provided to medical residents...


Posted on Sep 10,2015

Rayna Tanis is the September 2015 Employee of the Month

Rayna Tanis is the September 2015 Employee of the Month. Rayna works as a Child Life Specialist in Child Life and has been with All Children's Hospital John Hopkins Medicine since January 2014...


Posted on Sep 01,2015

Noted Pediatric Neurosurgeon Dr. George Jallo Leads New Institute at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine

Jallo’s surgical expertise has benefited patients from around the world, and he is a pioneer in the use of minimally invasive keyhole surgery on children—reaching the brain to perform surgery by entering through the nose or eyebrow with extremely small openings.


Posted on Jul 21,2015

The All Children’s Hospital Guild Raises $1 Million for Children In Need of Life-long Care for Serious Illnesses

The All Children’s Hospital Guild, an external service organization that raises funds for the hospital, just finished raising $1,070,000 for the hospital’s palliative care program...


Posted on Jun 18,2015

Julia Krzyzewski is the June 2015 Employee of the Month

Julia Krzyzewski is our June Employee of the Month. Julia works as a Respiratory Therapist in Respiratory Care and has been with All Children’s Hospital since 2001. Julia was recognized for her service excellence by a parent...


Posted on Jun 17,2015

All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine Cancer Survivors Go on Safari at Busch Gardens

Nearly 250 children, parents and staff members from the Johns Hopkins All Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute gathered to celebrate cancer survivorship during a safari day at Busch Gardens...


Posted on Jun 11,2015

Former Brain Cancer Patient Raises Funds to Create Teen Lounge at All Children's Hospital

Cancer is a lot for a kid to deal with. Sometimes you just need a moment with someone whose sharing the same experience, and if the Rowdies or Rays visit, it's nice to have someone to play Xbox with...


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