Johns Hopkins Residency and Fellowship Programs Win 2023 Barbara Ross-Lee, DO Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award
This national award from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education recognizes institutional efforts to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion in graduate medical education.
We offer innovative curricula and top-notch faculty to enhance your learning, development, and leadership in pediatric care. Residency programs and fellowships in more than 20 clinical areas prepare physicians for successful careers as pediatricians, subspecialists, researchers, and teachers. We provide medical student training, specialties training, child-life training, and high-quality continuing education for our providers and specialists. Our graduates and staff learn how to incorporate the latest in clinical innovations, advanced treatment, and support systems to improve the health of children.
Learn more about how our comprehensive training and education programs can equip you to provide the highest quality pediatric care.
Prepare for a career in child health, with varied clinical experiences and dedicated faculty.
Explore our specialized trainings to advance your learning and development.
Medical Student Training
Improve your medical knowledge and care through clerkships and internships.
Join trainings in adolescent medicine, gastroenterology and nutrition, or hematology.
Learn how to help hospitalized children and their families develop effective coping skills before, during and after hospitalization.
Attend our weekly and quarterly pediatric Grand Rounds for community clinicians and faculty members.
Welcome to our free pediatric webinar series. We invite you to join our one-hour interactive webinars, which you can watch from your computer.
JHU Pediatrics Program Ranks #4
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's pediatrics program ranked number four in the nation on U.S News and World Report's 2022 Best Research-Oriented Medical School list.