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Posted on Jan 08,2016

Dr. Jonathan Ellen Recognized for Shaping Tampa Bay’s Future

All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine President and Physician-in-Chief Jonathan Ellen, M.D., is on the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “Power 100” list of people making the greatest impact and influence on the Tampa Bay business community...


Posted on Jan 05,2016

Marissa Dances to a Different Beat During Leukemia Treatment at ACH JHM

Marissa’s mother was panicked that an infection in her daughter’s leg could turn into MRSA. “Now, I think, ‘okay, I’ll take MRSA,” Jennifer says, describing her emotions during the five-hour visit to the emergency room that ended with Marissa being diagnosed with leukemia...


Posted on Dec 30,2015

10 Tips for a Healthy New Year

Are you ready to get yourself and your family more active and fit? Don’t jump into a fad diet. Start slow with small, simple lifestyle changes together as family. Together, you can work on becoming stronger and healthier. Here are 10 helpful tips from the Fit4Allkids program...


Posted on Dec 24,2015

Staff Q & A with George Jallo, M.D.

George Jallo, M.D., professor of neurosurgery, pediatrics and oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, joined All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine as director of the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences. We asked about his plans for the Institute...


Posted on Dec 23,2015

Controlling Your Child’s Asthma

The pediatric pulmonologists at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine know that asthma is a serious disease that affects millions of children across the country. Learn about our asthma program aimed at reducing the rate of hospitalization for children with asthma...


Posted on Dec 17,2015

Baha’s Story

Diagnosed halfway around the world, Baha Manasrah was referred to All Children’s for expert leukemia care.


Posted on Dec 17,2015

WinterFest 2015 Just Blew In to All Children’s Hospital

Another sunny beach day in Florida turned into a flurry of snowflakes, snowball fights and frosty holiday fun to the delight of patients and families at All Children’s during the annual WinterFest extravaganza.


Posted on Dec 16,2015

Holiday Travel Safety

Many of us will travel to see family members during the next month or so. Here are a few tips for getting to your destination safely...


Posted on Dec 14,2015

Kelsey Davis, R.N., is the December 2015 Daisy Award Recipient

Kelsey Davis, R.N., is the December 2015 Daisy Award Recipient. She works on 7-North in the surgical neuroscience unit. The DAISY Award is presented monthly to an All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients...


Posted on Dec 14,2015

Handling Headaches

Frequent or occasional headaches can be a problem for children, not just adults. Some headaches happen for no apparent reason, while others may have an underlying cause such as an infection or sinus problem. Learn the types of headaches and find out how to better handle them...


Posted on Dec 14,2015

Darlene Milton is the December 2015 Employee of the Month

Darlene Milton is the Clinical and Financial Systems Manager and has been with All Children's since 1993. Learn why she is our December 2015 Employee of the Month...


Posted on Dec 08,2015

Bucs Rookies Visit All Children’s to Spread Some Holiday Cheer

More than a dozen Buccaneers players – including quarterback Jameis Winston and tackle Donovan Smith – along with mascot Captain Fear and a few cheerleaders dropped by All Children’s Hospital after a big weekend win to cheer up the children and sing a few carols for the holidays...


Posted on Dec 04,2015

The 8th Annual US 103.5 Cares for Kids Radiothon Raised $358,641 for All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine

This year, we raised an impressive $358,641 during the 2-day US 1035 FM Cares for Kids Radiothon held on Dec 3-4 in the Children’s Auditorium on the second floor of the hospital. Our overall 8-year total now tops $1,539,688 all raised through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help All Children’s...


Posted on Dec 02,2015

BlogTalkRadio with Stephanie Hall, Our Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Director

During this week’s episode, Stephanie Hall, our Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals director gives us an inside look at her role at All Children’s and discusses Radiothon where Tampa Bay's New Country Leader US 103.5 FM is taking to the airwaves for All Children's Hospital’s 8th Annual US 103.5 FM Cares for Kids Radiothon December 3 and 4...


Posted on Nov 30,2015

Portrait Ceremony Honors All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine Physician Paul Colombani

Paul M. Colombani, M.D., president of All Children’s Specialty Physicians and chair of the Department of Surgery at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, was honored on November 13 with the unveiling of his portrait at the renowned William H. Welch Medical Library on the Johns Hopkins University campus in Baltimore...


Posted on Nov 24,2015

Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep?

Sleep is a time to rest and recharge, but some children may not get the restful sleep they need. If your child isn’t getting a full night of sleep, the experts at the Sleep Center at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine want to share these tips for managing some common issues...


Posted on Nov 24,2015

30th Annual "Trouble in Toyland" Survey Spotlights Risks in Latest Toys

Beneath the colorful packaging that is sure to catch the attention of kids and gift givers alike, potential dangers may be lurking in some seemingly harmless toys...


Posted on Nov 23,2015

Returning to Learning After a Concussion

Seventeen-year-old Maiya Fudge is a standout softball player at Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg, but it was at one of her school’s volleyball games last fall where she suffered a sports injury she couldn’t shake off. Read her story to learn about concussions and when to return to learning post-concussion...


Posted on Nov 20,2015

Patty Maloney, R.N., is the November 2015 Daisy Award Recipient

Patty Maloney, R.N., is the November 2015 Daisy Award Recipient. She works in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). The DAISY Award is presented monthly to an All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients...


Posted on Nov 20,2015

New Research and Education Building: A Place to Learn, Discover and Hope

A crowd of 300 supporters gathered for the ceremonial groundbreaking for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Research and Education Building on November 20. Members of the community joined patients, donors and honored guests to hear about the future building, which will unite innovation, collaboration and care to improve children’s health...


Posted on Nov 17,2015

Alicia Riggs is the November 2015 Employee of the Month

Alicia Riggs is the November 2015 Employee of the Month. Alicia works as Patient Academic Services Coordinator, i.e., "patient school teacher" in patient academic services and has been with All Children's Hospital John Hopkins Medicine since January 2013...


Posted on Nov 16,2015

Designing Clinical Research Program Puts Pediatric Residents on a Fast Track to Research

Clinical research training programs are seldom included in traditional three-year pediatric residency programs. Leaders at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine have taken this challenge head-on, seizing it as an opportunity to forge a new path…


Posted on Nov 13,2015

Dr. Prabhu Parimi Leads the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute

Prabhu Parimi, M.D., has joined All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine as chief of the division of neonatology at All Children’s Hospital and director of the newly created Johns Hopkins All Children’s Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute...


Posted on Nov 13,2015

BlogTalkRadio with David Berman, D.O., and Katie Namtu, Pharm.D., All Children’s Hospital’s Infectious Disease Experts

Our BlogTalkRadio show provides a behind-the-scenes look at the people, places and work we do at our hospital. During last week’s show, our infectious disease experts raise awareness of the importance of understanding appropriate antibiotic use…


Posted on Nov 12,2015

Matters of the Heart 2015 Offers Education and Hope

Families and patients spent their Saturday at the Matters of the Heart Conference at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. This family education day focused on some of the most challenging congenital heart defects: hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) and other single ventricle heart defects...


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