Meet Our Kids

father with child at the John's Hopkins Children's Center

For more than a century, we have been the center of pediatric health and wellness at Johns Hopkins, providing compassionate and comprehensive care that supports the individual child, as well the entire family.

Hear stories of hope and success from some of the children and families who have visited Johns Hopkins Children’s Center over the years.


Meet Our Kids

  • Meet Amiyah

    Amiyah woke up in the middle of the night with horrible stomach pain. After rushing to the hospital, she learned she had necrotizing pancreatitis.

  • Remembering Andrew

    Andrew’s parents were concerned when his health seemed to fluctuate. Just before his birthday, the family learned that Andrew had Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia.

  • Meet Bethany and Chloe

    Bethany and Chloe had donated to the annual Mix 106.5 Radiothon for years. After a car accident, they were treated at the hospital they’d supported.

    bethany and chloe
  • Meet Brayden

    At a routine prenatal checkup, Brayden’s parents learned that their baby had Spina Bifida. They immediately sought treatment at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

  • Meet Colson

    Beginning when he was two, Colson had frequent bouts of pneumonia. He and his parents learned that he needed a specialized surgery to prevent them.

  • Meet Marybeth

    When Marybeth stopped growing, the family turned to a nephrologist. They learned that Marybeth had failing kidneys and would need at least one kidney transplant.

  • Meet Tatum

    Twenty weeks into the pregnancy, Tatum’s parents learned their baby had a severe heart defect. Once she was born, surgeons performed a complex heart surgery.

  • Meet Teddy

    After a lacrosse accident briefly stopped Teddy's heart and tests confirmed no residual effects, he became an advocate for safety and protection for young athletes.



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