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Posted on Apr 28,2016

Zika Virus: Prevention and Awareness

A Florida congresswoman and medical experts want to make sure pregnant women are informed about the dangers of the Zika virus. U.S. Representative Kathy Castor held a news conference this week to discuss the latest developments and how local families can protect themselves against Zika when traveling or in the event mosquitos carrying the virus are found in Florida...


Posted on Apr 25,2016

Barbara Hayes is the April 2016 Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Employee of the Month

Barbara Hayes is the April 2016 Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Employee of the Month. Barbara works as a Patient Care Tech on 7 North and has been with Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital since 2010...


Posted on Apr 22,2016

Amparo Salvador Named Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Volunteer of the Year

After being nominated two years in a row, Amparo Salvador was named Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Volunteer of the Year at the annual volunteer recognition dinner...


Posted on Apr 21,2016

The Value of Vaccination: Truths and Myths

As Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital recognizes National Infant Immunization Week (April 16-23), we are reminding parents of the importance of getting children vaccinated...


Posted on Apr 15,2016

Dr. Hector Monforte Named Director of the Pediatric Biorepository

Hector Monforte, M.D., is the new director of the pediatric biorepository at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, effective April 1, 2016...


Posted on Apr 05,2016

90th Anniversary Celebration Highlights New Name and Logo for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

The newly named Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital celebrated its 90th anniversary with a special event and logo unveiling held for more than 500 hospital supporters, staff, Johns Hopkins leadership and local community officials on April 5, 2016...


Posted on Apr 01,2016

A New Normal for Noah

When Noah was 15 months old, he stopped speaking and showed little play and interaction skills. Now, he is making strides with help from experts at the Autism Center at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine...


Posted on Mar 29,2016

Blood Clots in Children

Blood clots are a serious and underdiagnosed problem, but can be prevented. During Deep Vein Thrombosis Month in March, All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine is raising awareness about blood clots by answering top questions on the minds of families...


Posted on Mar 28,2016

Veronica Watson is the March 2016 Employee of the Month

Veronica Watson is the March 2016 Employee of the Month. Veronica works as a coffee shop coordinator in Food Services and has been with All Children's since 2001. Service Excellence is what Veronica is all about...


Posted on Mar 24,2016

iPICS First Patient in Groundbreaking Study Reaches 2-Year Follow-up Mark

“We’d love to help other families. Is there research being done on this?” It was a simple question asked by the grateful parent of a 15-year-old patient overcoming an unusually stubborn blood clot. Through that inquiry, Angela Sanborn became the first official enrollee of the All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine institution-wide Prospective Inception Cohort Study in 2013...


Posted on Mar 23,2016

Tifani Russell, R.N., is the March 2016 Daisy Award Recipient

Tifani Russell, R.N., is the March 2016 Daisy Award Recipient. She is a nurse in the Neonatal ICU. The DAISY Award is presented monthly to an All Children's Hospital nurse who has provided extraordinary service to our patients...


Posted on Mar 18,2016

New Residents Celebrated at Match Day 2016

A crowd of physicians and employees gathered for Match Day at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine (ACH JHM) to celebrate resident education and the new physicians who will begin their three-year pediatric residency training at the hospital in June...


Posted on Mar 14,2016

Does Your Child Have a Concussion?

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that doesn’t show up on an MRI or CT scan. The most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that traumatic brain injury-related emergency center visits are on the rise. Learn more to better recognize and address concussions...


Posted on Mar 11,2016

Teddy Bear Clinic Lets Patients Be the Caregivers

At All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, sometimes teddy bears get sick. They have broken bones, or they need shots and bandages. That’s why the Teddy Bear Clinic, hosted by the child life department, is a great place for both bears and children...


Posted on Mar 10,2016

Warm Up; Cool Down

Did you know that more than 40 million youth athletes play organized sports year round? If your child is one of these athletes, they may be at risk for injury without even knowing it. One reason kids are getting hurt is because they don’t spend enough time on their warm-up and cool down, or they skip it altogether...


Posted on Mar 07,2016

Voice4Allkids Tallahassee Visit

All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine's government relations team frequently visits lawmakers in Tallahassee to advocate for children's health care issues. Learn more about the work they are doing and join us in providing a voice for all kids...


Posted on Mar 07,2016

Jake's Journey: Growing up with Hemophilia

Jake was born with hemophilia - a genetic condition in which blood cannot clot, and serious, life-threatening injuries can result from routine cuts or falls. Jake has been receiving regular infusions to help his blood clot since he was nine months, with his parents able to provide the necessary medications at home. All the while, he moves through life with confidence - propelled by his expert medical team at All Children's.


Posted on Feb 29,2016

2016 Heart Month

During the month of February, All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine celebrates American Heart Month. It's a time for our staff to celebrate our heart patients and promote awareness of those living with congenital heart disease and other heart conditions...


Posted on Feb 24,2016

Kick the Allergies

Do you and your child have red, itchy, watery eyes? A constant runny nose? Coughing through the night? If so, allergies could be the culprit. Allergies and asthma are two of the most common chronic health conditions of children in the United States. Learn about these common home allergies and how to prevent them...


Posted on Feb 23,2016

Beth Walker is the February 2016 Employee of the Month

Beth Walker is the February 2016 Employee of the Month. Beth works as our manager of supply chain operations and has been with All Children's since 1987...


Posted on Feb 23,2016

Pediatric Residency Reaches Next Milestone in Naming its First Chief Residents

The inaugural class of All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine pediatric residents will be part of another milestone in 2017 when two of the group’s talented physicians become the program’s first chief residents...


Posted on Feb 22,2016

Implantable Defibrillator Leads to Improved Heart Health

When Will was just 11 days old, his parents knew something was wrong. He wasn’t eating and wasn’t active. Tests revealed hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a serious heart defect in which only half the heart works. It can only be treated by heart transplant or a series of complex surgeries. From Alabama to Boston and back, Will’s journey continues more than a decade later at the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute...


Posted on Feb 20,2016

BlogTalkRadio with Adam Verigan, Employee in the Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute & Former Heart Patient

Listen to this week’s BlogTalkRadio show to hear Adam’s story and his unique perspective as a patient and an employee at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine...


Posted on Feb 19,2016

Through Extreme Loss, a Moment of Inspiration

Tyler Gray will never ring the bell that is being mounted in his honor. His parents had come to terms with that when they donated the large brass bell on what would have been Tyler’s 19th birthday to the hematology-oncology clinic at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine...


Posted on Feb 19,2016

With A New Heart, Jack Enjoys Every Moment to the Fullest

Jack was born with heterotaxy, a condition that affects the development of a variety of organs, including the heart. Before coming to All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, a heart transplant was never on the list of options. At All Children's Hospital, Jack and his family discovered that a heart transplant was a very real possibility...


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