Pediatric Oncology

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center's Division of Pediatric Oncology is focused entirely on the research and treatment of childhood cancers. As one of the leading Cancer Centers in the United States, Johns Hopkins is at the forefront of developing new treatments and designing clinical trials.

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Traveling for Care

If you are coming to the Kimmel Cancer Center from a distance, you may want assistance making all the necessary arrangements associated with your visit to Johns Hopkins. The staff at Johns Hopkins USA, for patients traveling from anywhere in the country, and Johns Hopkins International Services, for patients traveling from beyond the United States, can assist you with identifying an appropriate specialist, scheduling and coordinating all your appointments, making lodging and travel plans, arranging for interpreter services, as well as other support.

New Patients

Call: 410-955-0432

Johns Hopkins USA

(Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST)
Request by e-mail to: [email protected]
Call: 1-410-464-6555

International Services

Request by e-mail to [email protected]
Call: +1-410-502-768 
Fax: +1-410-955-0209

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  • Nationally Ranked in Pediatric Cancer

    Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is nationally ranked in pediatric cancer, according to the 2023–2024 U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospitals list. Overall, the Children’s Center ranks #1 in Maryland and #10 in the nation, with all 10 specialties ranked in the top 25.

  • Hyundai Hope On Wheels Presents $200,000 Grant to Dr. Micah Maxwell

    With this new grant, the Division of Pediatric Oncology at the Kimmel Cancer Center has now received more than $2.8 million in funding from Hope On Wheels, contributing to the organization's $172 million in total lifetime giving . Learn more.

  • Ashley's Story

    Optimist International and Johns Hopkins – Partners in Curing Childhood Cancer
    Ashley was treated for a rare mutation of leukemia at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Watch her video.

    Ashley smiling.

What is Hope?

Hope is a place...Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology. We are dedicated to making new discoveries to improve the lives of children with cancer in Maryland, the nation, and around the world.