We are devoted to improving the lives of children throughout our community and greater region.
As a teaching hospital on the forefront of discovery, we believe we have a duty to be an innovative community health leader in developing safe and healthy families. Through advocacy, education and collaboration we aim to advance equitable quality of life for all children and families within the hospital and community.
We frequently visit lawmakers in Tallahassee to advocate children’s health care issues and call upon our community members to speak up for the hundreds of kids who are unable to speak for themselves.
Through partnering with community leaders, schools and other health care providers, we are creating channels for the growth and advocacy of community health services for:
- Support before, during and after pregnancy
- Early childhood health and development
- Injury prevention
- Disease management
- Healthy lifestyle education for children, adolescents and families
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Community Health Program
When it comes to keeping kids healthy and safe Johns Hopkins All Children's has always been here to help, reaching families in their communities and at home.
Our community benefit initiatives and programs address local community health needs as identified by our community health needs assessment.
Family Health & Wellness
Our family health and wellness programs advance the prevention of childhood and teen obesity by helping families live fit and active lifestyles.
Healthy Start is a federally-funded program dedicated to improving the health and well-being of women, children and families.
Our Suncoast Safe Kids Coalition is an affiliate of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global organization dedicated to preventing child injuries.