Patient and Family Support

We believe that the more prepared you and your child are for your child’s surgery, the more confident and comfortable you’ll be. We offer an array of resources and support for parents and families to make your time with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital as comfortable as possible.

Preparing for Your Visit

To help you prepare for your visit, we’ve prepared an inpatient stay guide for patients and families. This guide provides you with information about our caregivers, facilities, routines and policies at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and the many resources that are available to you. We hope you find this guide helpful throughout your stay.

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Child Life Specialists

Specially trained child life specialists provide psychosocial support to patients and their families. They teach coping strategies, offer pain management techniques and help communicate needs to the rest of your child’s care team.

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Prenatal Counseling

Craniofacial conditions are now commonly diagnosed before a child is born. Our pediatric plastic surgeons are happy to meet with expecting parents when a diagnosis of a craniofacial condition is made to help you understand what to expect when your baby is born. For example, if your baby will need cleft lip repair, we will go over with you what that entails, including treatments and timelines. This helps to ease your concerns so you can enjoy the birth of your child and plan for future care.

To make an appointment call 727-767-4920.

MyHealth

MyHealth, a free online service, gives you easy access to your child’s medical information. It can help you stay informed and proactive about your child’s health.

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Visiting a Patient

We encourage family visitors. Please look at our parking information, how to receive a visitor pass, visitor guidelines and more so you can spend more time in the company of friends and family.

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Accommodations

Johns Hopkins All Children’s is home to three Ronald McDonald Houses open to the immediate family of patients.

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