Office of Medical Education

Why Train Here?

 

Love Fest 3We are confident that you will enjoy the transformation in medical education that we are creating as we aspire to best outcomes in medical education for our program, its residents and graduates. We look forward to receiving your application for our newly accredited program. We invite your inquiries and questions as we continue on an exciting adventure!

In a brand new residency, we have created opportunities for innovations while designing and building an educational program that best meets the needs of individual residents on their own unique career trajectories.


Here are some of the distinctive characteristics that define our program:

We are Educationally Focused.

Because we do not rely on resident service to run the hospital, we have the latitude for students to focus on their education in smaller, collaborative environments.

We Offer Individualized Professional Development.

Program and curricular innovations will be built into the residency to enhance residents’ career and professional development.  

We Have a Johns Hopkins Educational Foundation.

Residents will benefit from the rich tradition of excellence and achievements of Johns Hopkins Medicine. 

We Have the Flexibility to Innovate.

The advent of our residency program means you can play a key role in changing the future of medical training.

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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