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Adolescent Care (Bloomberg 10 N)

Acute care for adolescents with varied acute and chronic medical/surgical diagnoses.

Patient Population

  • Ages 14-21 with vents Ages 9-21
  • Medical diagnoses include sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis, asthma, diabetes, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, chronic and acute renal failure, neurological disorders
  • Surgical diagnoses include general, neurologic, orthopedic and urologic

Number of Beds

  • 20

Nurse/Patient Ratio

  • 1:3-4

New Grad RN Orientation Length

  • 12 weeks, classes and practicum
  • New-grad Nurse Residency Program - PEDS Track with post-orientation mentoring

Rotations

  • 12 hour shifts
  • Flexible, self-schedule

Skill Mix

  • 90 percent RN, 90 percent BSN-prepared
  • 10 percent clinical technician
 
 
Laurie Rome

Why I Choose Pediatric Oncology Nursing

"In addition to the honor of working with these children and their families, there’s a huge capacity for professional and personal growth. You can create things to make the care better. I feel like my voice is heard and accepted. We take part in rounds with the physicians."

—Laurie Rome, RN
Pediatric Oncology

ANCC Magnet Recognition

Magnet Site Visit Announced

The Johns Hopkins Department of Nursing will host appraisers from the Magnet Recognition Program from 9/9-11/2013.

Public Notice of Site Visit