Office of Medical Education

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Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is a beautiful free standing state-of-the-art children’s hospital with a very diverse patient population.

The 259 bed hospital is a referral center for the entire region, providing specialty and subspecialty care for the entire spectrum of care for children, adolescents and young adults with acute and chronic conditions. New programs continue to be developed that attract regional, national and international patients seeking the renowned clinical and research expertise of Johns Hopkins Medicine. See images of our facilities.

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When it opens in 2018 the new Research and Education building will house the academic and research offices of four Johns Hopkins All Children's institutes dedicated to improving treatments and outcomes in four key areas of care: pediatric cardiology/cardiac surgery, cancer and blood disorders, brain protection sciences and maternal and neonatal health.With approximately 225,000 square feet, the seven-story building will also include on the first two floors a 250-seat auditorium and plenty of sub-dividable multi-function space for residents, fellows and medical students to work in team settings and a new simulation lab. The top five research floors will include offices and lab space for research scientists.


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Office of Medical Education
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
601 Fifth Street South, Suite 608
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Phone: (727) 767-4106
Fax: (727) 767-8804

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Johns Hopkins Medicine has worked very closely with All Children's to create the nation�s most outstanding academic environment for pediatrics.

Jonathan Ellen, MD
President and Vice Dean for All Children's Hospital

For somebody who is unsure or undecided, which is expected during residency, you want to be given all the doors and All Children�s really has all the doors.

Raquel Hernandez MD, MPH
Director of Medical Education ACH JHM
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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