Johns Hopkins All Children's multidisciplinary Emergency Center team handles more than 43,000 patient visits per year, with a staff that includes pediatric emergency medicine physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, radiologists, neurosurgeons, general surgeons, plastic surgeons, and a variety of other surgical specialties.
The Johns Hopkins All Children's Emergency Center is the only hospital in the Tampa Bay area with 24/7 pediatric orthopaedic coverage for treatment of bone and soft tissue injuries in young athletes. When reduction of fractures is needed, patients receive adequate pain management, and when procedural sedation is needed it is provided by the pediatric emergency room physicians. For tendon, ligament and cartilage injuries, our pediatric and adolescent sports medicine surgeon provides focused care.
The Emergency Center is adjacent to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Radiology Department, providing easy access to any diagnostic imaging services that may be needed.
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