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  • Johns Hopkins All Childrens Celebrates 2024 Residency Graduation

    Congratulations to the 2024 graduating class from the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Pediatric Residency program, the eighth class to complete residency training since the program began in 2014.

    2024 JHACH Residency Graduates
  • Cassandra Josephson Receives Endowed Chair at Johns Hopkins All Children's

    The endowment is funded by the Hawkins Family Foundation, which continues the philanthropic legacy of Dwayne Hawkins, the late founder and CEO of Crown Automotive Group and winner of the 2019 William S. “Bill” Belcher Award, the highest honor given by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Foundation.

    Dr. Cassandra Josephson
  • Project Search Celebrates 10 Years of Success

    Project Search celebrated its 10th anniversary during a recent graduation ceremony. In addition to the newest graduates, several past graduates who are now full-time employees at the hospital were there to cheer on their friends, along with parents and hospital staff.

    Project Search Celebrates 10 Years
  • Traumatic Brain Injury: Tammy’s Story

    The world of 15-year-old Tammy and her family was upended in November 2023 when she stepped off a bus and was hit by a trolley. She was thrown several feet, sustained many broken bones, a collapsed lung, lost teeth, traumatic brain injury and more. Quick surgical procedures stabilized Tammy and she has been making steady progress ever since.

    Traumatic Brain Injury: Tammy’s Story
  • A Nurse Making a Difference

    He began his journey with the hospital 10 years ago, working as a bedside nurse. Today, he leads the nursing team in daily operations of the CVICU, not only providing care to patients but also helping to optimize workflow for his colleagues — often serving as a teacher, mentor and resource.

    Evan Kansorka, R.N., helps care for baby Archer in the CVICU.
  • Johns Hopkins All Children's Hosts the 2024 Central Florida Triangle Metabolism Meeting

    The second annual Central Florida Triangle Metabolism meeting highlighted the collaborative partnership among four major central Florida Research organizations, focused on metabolism and physiology and emphasizes that the regulatory principles of fundamental metabolism are deeply rooted in all physiologic processes.

    Johns Hopkins All Children's Hosts the 2024 Central Florida Triangle Metabolism Meeting
  • Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy for Spastic Diplegia: Landon’s Story

    Landon was about a year old when he was diagnosed with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy, a condition that affects movement and muscle tone in the lower limbs. When his progress with physical therapies had plateaued, his family pursued treatment for him at the Spasticity Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, a clinic designed to evaluate children for possible medical and surgical options.

    Landon with S. Hassan Akbari, M.D., M.S., at Johns Hopkins All Children's
  • Johns Hopkins All Children's Receives Second Magnet Designation

    The American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizes nursing excellence at Johns Hopkins All Children’s with this prestigious designation for the second time. 

    Johns Hopkins All Children's Receives Second Magnet Designation
  • Celebrating Clinical Excellence and Innovation

    Physicians, advanced practice providers and collaborative teams at Johns Hopkins All Children's were honored as recipients of the Ninth Annual Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Awards.

    Left to right: Jasmine Reese, M.D., M.P.H.; James O’Donnell, PA-C; Patrick Mularoni, M.D.; Arabela Stock, M.D.; Jamie Decker, M.D.; Karen Raimer, M.D.; and Michelle Smith, M.D.

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