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Innovative and Compassionate Care

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As one of the oldest pediatric academic medical centers in the country, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center has been building leaders in pediatric care for more than 100 years.

Residency and Fellowship Programs Win Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award

Johns Hopkins University received the 2023 Barbara Ross-Lee, DO from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. This award recognizes institutional efforts to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion in graduate medical education.

  • About The Program

    Learn how we pursue the Johns Hopkins mission to provide quality care for the nation’s children.

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  • Directors' Message

    Read welcome messages from the chair and program directors about the strengths, benefits and goals of the Pediatric Residency Program at Johns Hopkins.

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  • Why Choose Our Program

    Everything you need to know about becoming a member of the Harriet Lane Residency Program.

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  • Application Process

    Find information about the requirements, deadlines and steps needed to apply for the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Residency program.

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  • Program Curriculum

    Learn what to expect from each year as a pediatric resident, including seminars, subspecialty rotations and leadership development.

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Who We Are

Graduates of The Harriet Lane Pediatric Residency Program have gone on to become successful community pediatricians, pediatric hospitalists, subspecialists, and more, pursuing excellence in public health, global health, health policy, health administration, and beyond. Our goal is to provide you with innovative curricula and top-notch faculty, robust clinical experiences, and an increasing level of independence and responsibility.

Meet Our Residents


Johns Hopkins Children's Center: Virtual Tour

A Pediatric Resident's Guide to Living in Baltimore

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