Pediatric Residency Facilities

Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Our Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center opened its doors on May 1, 2012. This building houses all the inpatient facilities for children hospitalized at Johns Hopkins. It is a 12-story, 560,000-square-foot structure with 205 private inpatient rooms, including 45 NICU rooms and 40 PICU rooms.

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East Baltimore

Harriet Lane Clinic

We have provided primary health care services to the East Baltimore community for almost a century. The Harriet Lane Clinic is located within the David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building. The Harriet Lane Clinic is the site of the continuity clinic experience for 80% of the Harriet Lane residents.

The Harriet Lane Clinic lobby.

Pediatric Specialty Clinic

Our 15 pediatric specialty clinics are housed in the lower level of the David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building.

The interior of the pediatric specialty clinic.

Kennedy Krieger Institute

The Kennedy Krieger Institute, which contains The Johns Hopkins University – Kennedy Krieger Joint Center for Developmental Disabilities, is adjacent to the Children’s Center. It consists of outpatient clinics, a 32-bed inpatient unit and provides interdisciplinary diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment for children with mental and physical disabilities including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, head injuries and other rehabilitative needs, autism, severe behavior problems, learning disabilities, and complex genetic and metabolic disorders. The Pediatric Comprehensive Neuro-rehabilitation Unit (PCNU) provides intensive therapy for children and adolescents with brain disorders caused by trauma or disease. The Institute also offers a variety of services to help families adjust to and care for their disabled child.

The Kennedy Krieger building.

Community Teaching Sites

St. Agnes Hospital

Saint Agnes Hospital is a nonprofit, Catholic hospital in Southwest Baltimore that has provided care to the community for 150 years. For the last twenty years, Saint Agnes has served as a community hospital teaching venue for Johns Hopkins pediatric residents. During a total of three and a half months of the first two years of training, Hopkins Pediatric residents attend deliveries and care for children on the Heldrich inpatient service (11 beds) and in the newborn nursery. Residents learn how “bread and butter” inpatient pediatrics is practiced in a community hospital setting where subspecialists or intensivists are not always immediately available. Supervision is provided by a group of full-time Hopkins hospitalist faculty and by three experienced neonatologists, all of whom have an interest in bedside clinical teaching. Emphasis is placed on resident clinical diagnosis, evidenced based medicine, communication, leadership and teaching. The well baby nursery rotation provides an opportunity to develop skill in neonatal resuscitation, care of the term newborn and education and counseling of new parents. Our residents value their time at Saint Agnes as a complement to the quaternary care setting offered by the Hopkins Children’s Center. There are weekly grand rounds, a conference schedule designed to emphasize the kinds of pediatric problems likely to be seen at St. Agnes.

The exterior of St. Agnes Hospital.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Located in eastern Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center’s pediatric clinic provides care for a largely Hispanic community. Approximately 20% of the pediatric residents participate in continuity clinic at this site, located about 15 minutes’ drive east of Johns Hopkins Hospital.

The exterior of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.