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A Woman's Journey Sarasota, Tampa & St. Petersburg



Dear Friends,

Since 2012, Johns Hopkins Medicine has hosted an annual women’s health conference, A Woman’s Journey.  Each year, Johns Hopkins Medicine experts present the latest in medical advances vital to preserving, effectively addressing, and enhancing our lives.

We hope you will attend the 3rd annual Johns Hopkins Medicine women’s health program, A Woman’s Journey held on three different days in three convenient locations.

Join us to learn about the latest medical advances in women’s health from Johns Hopkins doctors, who are pioneers in their fields. Learn about preventing disease, preserving your health along with discoveries that will impact the future of medicine. The choices are vast; the information essential.

That is why we are so pleased to invite you to attend A Woman’s Journey, an exclusive and very special briefing about women’s health, featuring physicians from Johns Hopkins Medicine.  Attend the annual women’s health program, A Woman’s Journey, and learn about the latest advances in medicine. This award-winning Johns Hopkins Medicine program features Johns Hopkins doctors who are pioneers in their fields and will help us all live well, take care of our families, improve our health and combat disease. 

We know this is a busy season and hope you will make A Woman’s Journey a priority.  Join us to learn about new medical discoveries, meet Johns Hopkins physicians and take home lessons that will help you and your loved ones.

Share this experience with your family and friends or come by yourself. Either way, you'll be in good company.

For program information and to request an invitation, call 727-767-4199 or email To register online, click here.

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A Woman's Journey and All Children's Hospital is grateful to the following sponsor:




What People are Saying...
"The day gives me a chance to learn, to be inspired to make changes, to have discussions with others, to be grateful for my health, and appreciate the importance of good health care."

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