At Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, we are privileged to use the strengths of Johns Hopkins Medicine and the clinical learning environment at our state-of-the-art, freestanding children’s hospital to move beyond the traditional model of residency training.
Our pediatric residency program was developed at a unique time in graduate medical education, when the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and other national organizations called upon programs to prioritize a fundamental shift toward educationally driven learning environments. Our diverse faculty, program and hospital leadership responded to that call with a commitment to pave the way in training the next generation of physician leaders in our rapidly evolving health care landscape. We strive to apply the precision medicine framework to high value clinical practice, resident education, and research endeavors.
Our curriculum combines traditional elements of residency training with innovative and individualized training experiences designed to accelerate your professional development. Bedside interactions with patients and families are supplemented by simulation learning through the Center for Medical Simulation and Innovative Education. Dedicated time for scholarship and both standard and personalized electives is plentiful.
We offer an innovative LEAD the PACC™ curriculum that aims to engage residents in peer mentorship and develop residents as leaders in health care. The Leadership Executive Academic Development (LEAD) program is a longitudinal, didactic and experiential learning curriculum focused on important nonclinical topics. These topics are reinforced during our Pediatric Academics Colleagues and Communities (PACC), learning communities designed to support residents as they explore their personal and professional identities.
Learn more about our Pediatric Residency program
Hear the faculty and residents in the Johns Hopkins All Children's Pediatric Residency program on what makes this program a unique opportunity to learn and grow.
Our Mission Statement
By prioritizing innovative and individualized education, the Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Pediatric Residency Program is committed to developing leaders in pediatric medicine who will provide exceptional, evidence-based care for the children, families and communities they serve.
We value a culture of diversity and inclusion, health equity and accountability, and inquiry and discovery.
We provide an environment of wellness, camaraderie, collaboration, and support.
We empower residents to provide compassionate, comprehensive, and personalized care to all children.
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Celebrating New Residents on Match Day 2023
Join us in welcoming our next class of residents.
Dreams Can Come True
Dr. Shannon Glenn-Otto Joins the Medical Staff of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Growing up in St. Petersburg, Dr. Glenn-Otto always dreamed of becoming a doctor. As a student at St. Petersburg High School, she discovered her vocation as a pediatrician and envisioned herself working at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Hard work and perseverance made her dreams come true.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Study Finds Commonly Prescribed Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis for Children with Critical Asthma May be “Unwarranted”
Childhood asthma is an increasingly common respiratory condition involving chronic inflammation in the lungs. To get answers, Dr. Roberts and her fellow researchers queried the Pediatric Health Information System (PHIS) registry to identify national trends in SUP prophylaxis prescribing over most of a decade, and to determine the rates of major GI bleeding and clinically symptomatic gastritis among children hospitalized for CA.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Celebrates 2022 Residency Graduation
This year’s graduating class of residents had no idea what was in store for them. Over the past three years, the 12 residents showed their exceptionalism to overcome challenges in interacting with patients and families.
Helping Patients Breathe a Little Easier
For Nicholas Jabre, M.D., growing up with a lot of doctors in his family and his own interest in airway diseases led him on the path to becoming a pediatric pulmonologist.