Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care, Tampa

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital brings expert pediatric care to your neighborhood through our 52,000-square-foot Outpatient Care, Tampa, which works in conjunction with the Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute.    

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Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care
12220 Bruce B Downs Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33612
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Phone: 813-631-5000

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Johns Hopkins All Children’s doctors, nurses, therapists and staff work in the Outpatient Care Center, bringing some of our most frequently needed medical, laboratory and therapeutic services to a convenient location. Our caring professionals have years of experience in meeting the medical and rehabilitative needs of children of all ages, from infants through teens. They work together with community physicians to provide patient-centered care, making parents an important part of the health care team. They treat young patients and their families with special care, and with concern for their emotional well-being. 

The audiologists, speech-language therapists, occupational therapists and physical therapists have master’s or doctorate degrees and specialized pediatric training. Sometimes children need more than one of these services, and our team approach to care means that staff members work cooperatively to help children reach their potential.

Please call  813-631-5000 or visit to schedule an appointment or request information.    

Program Services
Audiology Services
  • Audiology diagnostic evaluations
  • Auditory brainstem response (ABR)   
  • Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder     
  • Auditory processing disorder (APD) evaluations
  • Audiology services for children with hearing loss   
  • Infant hearing/universal hearing screen   
  • Otoacoustic emissions evaluation (OAE)   
  • Pediatric hearing aid services: evaluation, dispensing and repairs     
Diagnostic and Related Services
  • Child Life services
  • Diagnostic testing including: Cardiac Stress testing, EKG, event and ACT monitoring, fetal echocardiography, Holter monitor and pulmonary function testing, metabolic stress testing, pediatric echocardiography (By appointment only)
  • Infusion intravenous services
  • Nursing visits including dressing changes; injections; blood pressure, weight checks and more
  • Pediatric laboratory services
  • Pediatric radiology/X-ray services
  • Social work
  • Special procedures unit
Medical/Surgical Specialties
Multidisciplinary Teams
  • Torticollis  (Doctor, nurse, physical therapist)
  • Cleft and Craniofacial (Doctor, nurse, auditory and speech therapists) 
  • Hemophilia (Doctor, social worker, nurse, physical therapist, Child Life specialist)
  • Sickle Cell (Doctor, nurse, social worker, Child Life specialist)
  • Cystic Fibrosis Clinic (Doctor, nurse, educator, physical therapist, nutritionist)
  • Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)/Immunodeficiency (Doctor, nurse, social worker, lab technician)
  • Long-Term Survivor (Doctor, nurse, social worker, nutritionist)
  • Diabetes (Doctor, nurse, educator, nutritionist)
Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services
  • Fabrication and use of serial casting
  • Fine motor skills and coordination
  • Functional skills for self-care
  • Interactive metronome
  • Neurodevelopmental training (NDT)
  • Non-pharmacological pain management
  • Pediatric sports medicine
  • Sensory processing and integration
  • Therapeutic listening
  • Use of adaptive equipment
  • Visual perceptual/handwriting skills
  • Wheelchair and equipment evaluations/recommendations
Pediatric Physical Therapy Services
Pediatric Speech-Language
Therapy Services
  • Articulation (making speech sounds)
  • Auditory processing problems
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Bilingual evaluations and treatment
  • Cleft palate and craniofacial disorders
  • Dyspraxia (motor speech disorders)
  • Expressive language (using words and sentences to express thoughts)
  • Feeding, chewing and swallowing disorders
  • Head injury/cognitive disorders
  • Hearing loss
  • Language comprehension (understanding concepts, following directions)
  • Reading and phonics problems
  • Resonance and velopharyngeal dysfunction
  • Stuttering
  • Tongue thrust (oromyofunctional disorders)
  • Tracheostomy
  • Voice and vocal cord dysfunction