You deserve quality. You deserve convenience. You deserve Johns Hopkins.

Choosing a pediatrician you are comfortable with and trust is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your child's health. Our pediatricians and family practitioners take the time to discuss medical and development issues with you and answer all your questions. We are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In the unlikely event that your child needs hospitalization, we refer to The Johns Hopkins Hospital, ranked among the top pediatric centers in the country, or to the hospital of your choice.

Schedule An Appointment

Schedule online through MyChart

Current patients: 
Log into MyChart and schedule online. 

New patients: 
Select locations offer online scheduling for new patients.

Schedule by phone

New patients can schedule in-person or video visits over the phone. Please call 1-833-GET-JHCP.

You can also call your preferred primary care or specialty practice directly. See a list of pediatrics locations

Right Here, In Your Community

With locations across the state of Maryland, you have access to Johns Hopkins pediatric expertise in your neighborhood. See our pediatric locations.


Easy. Convenient. Virtual.

We meet you where you are. Current pediatric patients can conveniently schedule a video visit with one of our experienced providers. Learn more.


24/7 Care Your Child Deserves

Tummy aches and allergies can appear when you least expect them. We are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for our tiniest patients to our teens.

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Vaccinations for the Health & Safety of Us All

Pediatrician Denisse Mueller, M.D., as she discusses the importance of vaccinations for your child. Learn when to have your child vaccinated and why vaccinations are needed for the health and safety of your child and our population. Also learn about vaccine safety and risks and what this means for you and your family.

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** Vaccine Statement **

We firmly believe that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Because we are committed to protecting the health of your children through vaccination, we strongly recommend that all of our patients be vaccinated unless there is a medical contraindication determined by the clinical provider. Delaying or refusing vaccines goes against expert recommendations and goes against our medical advice as providers at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians. 

Pediatrics Vaccination Schedule

Pediatric Dosing Tables


We Offer

Our physicians, physician assistants and certified registered nurse practitioners provide the kind of personal attention that will make you feel right at home, including:

  • Routine checkups and well-child visits
  • Treatment of minor illnesses and injuries
  • Support in managing chronic illnesses, such as allergies and asthma

"Learn the Signs. Act Early." One Doctor’s Story

Hear one doctor’s story of how her practice uses CDC’s free parent-friendly "Learn the Signs. Act Early." resources to assist with developmental surveillance and help families learn the signs of healthy child development.

Pediatrics Locations