Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital& Fellowships

Pediatric fellows at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital are taking a legacy of learning to a new level through innovative and forward-thinking graduate medical education programs. 

Our institution accelerates your career and professional development by providing outstanding clinical training and creating opportunities to work effectively as a leader and scholar. Our fellowship programs emphasize a high-level of interaction with expert faculty, individualized learning plans, and personalized career exploration. 

Our Fellow Leadership training focuses on topics that are not traditionally covered in clinical fellowship programs, such as the business of medicine, cultural competence, negotiation, executive presence or leading a team. The training begins each fall with two full days of didactics and continues with monthly sessions in various formats such as a journal club, panel discussions with institutional executives and leaders, and more. 

Fellowships at Johns Hopkins All Children’s are based on the St. Petersburg, Florida, campus of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Our programs are accredited separately from those on the Baltimore campus, through the ACGME and other accrediting organizations. However, all programs have access to the resources of Johns Hopkins Medicine and collaboration occurs across campuses.

Fellowships at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

The Office of Medical Education at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital offers fellows a dynamic, learner-centric environment that fosters not only the acquisition of clinical skills, but also excellence in scholarship and leadership.

  • Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship

    The three-year program trains fellows in our 97-bed NICU that specializes in premature, low birth weight babies and carries a Level IV rating from the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA).

    A tiny premature baby holding an adult's hand
  • Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship

    The one-year program trains fellows in a high-volume surgical environment that includes exposure to complex congenital malformation treatment programs, as well as an acute and chronic pain management program.

    An anesthesiologist in the operating room
  • Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant & Cellular Therapy Fellowship

    The one-year program trains the next generation of leaders in this pediatric subspecialty, in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute which includes Florida’s largest pediatric blood and bone marrow transplantation program.

    Dr. Chellapandian with a patient
  • Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship

    The three-year program trains future leaders in pediatric cardiology within an innovative, collaborative and trainee-focused environment that includes robust education and training in all facets of pediatric cardiology.

    A child looking at a movile device during an ultrasound
  • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

    The three-year program includes rigorous, hands-on experiences in a high-volume, tertiary pediatric referral center that has expertise in emergency medicine, expanded sub-specialty surgical and medical services, and advanced pediatric transport.

    Equipment in a room with a patient under critical care
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

    The Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is open to applications from both pediatric and emergency medicine residency graduates. The program includes rotations in pediatric emergency medicine, pediatric critical care, anesthesia, trauma, toxicology, child abuse, emergency medical services and adult emergency medicine.

    Emergency Center
  • Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Fellowship

    The program aims to inspire, educate, and support the next generation of academic pediatric hematology oncology physicians in their journey toward a rewarding life of service locally, nationally, and internationally as compassionate clinicians, engaged educators, healthcare leaders, and ground-breaking researchers.

    Dr. Johnathan Metts
  • Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care Medicine Fellowship

    The one-year program offers training with an interdisciplinary team that averages about 300 patient consults per year in units including NICU, PICU, CVICU medical/surgical units and cancer unit.

    A doctor and her patient
  • Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

    The two-year program helps fellows develop superior skills in delivering family-engaged patient care through a systems-based model, advocating for safety, quality and value-based care, and in advancing scientific research and investigation.

    Physicians rounding
  • Pediatric Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

    The one-year program offers training in a developing pediatric subspecialty that is in constant evolution as innovative diagnostic strategies, therapeutic and prognostic factors are being identified. 

    Dr. Stapleton and a patient
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery Fellowship

    The one-year program prepares the fellow for a career in pediatric neurosurgery with an emphasis on excellence in patient care, development of technical skills and clinical translational research.

    Neurosurgeons working in the operating room
  • Pediatric Sports Medicine Fellowship

    The one-year program is designed to train the next generation of leaders in pediatric sports medicine. Our Sports Medicine program is the only sports medicine program in the Tampa Bay area focused solely on the care of young athletes.

    Dr. Sarah Irani with a patient
  • Pediatric Surgery Fellowship

    This two-year program for board certified/board eligible (BC/BE) surgeons offers broad exposure to all facets of general pediatric surgery.

    Surgery team
  • Pediatric Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

    The one-year program provides the opportunity to care for neonates affected with congenital surgical anomalies, patients afflicted by trauma or a surgical disease, and non-cardiac patients requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).

    Surgeons during an operation

Fellowship Benefits

Learn more about the benefits available as part of our Fellowship Programs.

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Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Provides Precious Training

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital trains the next generation of neonatologists — thanks, in part, to the generosity of a couple who knows the hardship of seeing their children struggle with health at the beginning of life.

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Giuliana and Nicholas and their family

Dr. John Morrison Exemplifies the Fruits of Graduate Medical Education

John Morrison, M.D., Ph.D., is building a strong foundation as a hospitalist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and has already racked up some impressive achievements at the hospital where he spent his pediatric residency and hospitalist fellowship.

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John Morrison, M.D., Ph.D. wearing his white coat and stethoscope.

Medical Education Programs Produce Investigators of the Future

Research is a key component of residency and fellowship programs at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The aim is to cultivate scientifically curious physicians through their experience in graduate medical education.

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An Academic Approach

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital pediatric hospitalist program uses education and research to produce expert care.

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How Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Evolved into an Academic Medical Center

In more than 40 years with Johns Hopkins Medicine, George Dover, M.D., saw flaws in the training of pediatric residents he couldn’t fix. At Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, he sees opportunity.

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