Request An Appointment
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.
Johns Hopkins USA
(Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST)
Request by e-mail to: [email protected]
Request by e-mail to [email protected]
Our staff will direct you on where to arrive to meet us for your appointment.The Pediatric Oncology Inpatient and Outpatient Units are located in The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center building on the 11th Floor.
Johns Hopkins Children's Center
The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center building
Pediatric Oncology, 11th Floor
1800 Orleans Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
You will need some specific information regarding your medical history to complete the appointment process. Our specialists will request that you forward certain medical information in advance of your visit. This may include x-rays, cat-scan films/reports, and pathology slides/reports, surgical reports and a summary of your treatment to date.
Please have the following information available:
- Health insurance card or policy number
- Insurance claim forms (available through your insurance company or employer)
- X-rays, pathology slides, and other test results from your referring physician (if they have not been sent in advance)
- Your child’s medical records
- Record of your child’s immunizations
Physicians calling after hours or on weekends may call the Hopkins Access Line (HAL) 24 hours a day, at 410-955-9444 or 1-800-765-5447 and ask for the pediatric oncology attending physician.
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