Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, is modernizing graduate medical education. As one of three Johns Hopkins academic medical centers, we can draw on the resources of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine while carving out our own innovative programs that use the latest learning methods with an eye on developing the leading pediatric specialists of the future.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s offers two residency programs based in St. Petersburg with separate accreditation and faculty from the programs in Baltimore. Collaboration among the programs is close and clinical rotations are available on each campus. Residents will develop individualized learning plans that tailor their experience to their primary interests.
Residency Programs at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Our Programs
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Child Neurology Residency Program
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Child Neurology Residency Program, a five-year, ACGME-accredited program designed to train the next generation of pediatric neurologists.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Residency Program
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Residency Program, a three-year ACGME-accredited program that trains the next generation of physician leaders in our rapidly evolving health care landscape.