Spring 2024

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The Johns Hopkins Children's Center Magazine

'Give Me Your Tired...'

Many immigrant families who seek refuge in Baltimore’s communities have experienced deep trauma and face daunting obstacles in obtaining essential health services. Pediatric specialists at Johns Hopkins are leading efforts to make sure these families get the help they need.

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Articles in this Issue

The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center Building

The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center exterior at night

Our state-of-the-art, 209-bed Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center building, which opened in 2012, is designed to provide you and your child with the latest advances in family-centered care. Get more details.

  • Opened in 2012
  • 205 private rooms with sleeping accommodations for parents
  • Acoustical ceiling tiles and rubber flooring help create a quiet healing environment

  • Supersized sculptures and literary themed art distract from the hospital experience
  • Family amenities like on-demand meals, family lounges and multiple play rooms
  • Expanded, easy-to-access Pediatric Emergency Department

  • Dedicated pediatric trauma bays
  • 40-bed Pediatric ICU
  • 45-bed Neonatal ICU
  • Dedicated PCICU
  • 10 state-of-the-art pediatric surgical suites