Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
501 6th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida 33701-4816
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is a leading pediatric referral center for children with some of the most challenging medical problems. With 2,900 employees and more than 250 physicians representing 43 pediatric medical and surgical specialties, Johns Hopkins All Children’s treats infants, children and teens from across the state of Florida. The hospital’s new one million-square-foot facility is designed to combine the latest in technology, patient safety and quality care.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital’s nationally recognized surgical programs include pediatric cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, pediatric neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery, and minimally invasive procedures. The Hospital Emergency Center handles more than 43,000 annual visits and is home to a busy pediatric trauma program.
The hospital’s 259 beds include a 97-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit—one of the largest in the southeastern United States—along with a 28-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and 22-bed Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. A network of eleven regional outpatient care centers in seven counties enhances the continuum of care through follow-up medical and rehabilitative services. As a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Johns Hopkins All Children’s is enhancing its academic and research missions in order to develop new therapies and provide the best possible outcomes for the Florida’s children.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
3100 S.W. 62nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33155-3009
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is a world leader in pediatric healthcare. With a medical staff of more than 800 physicians and over 4,000 employees, the hospital is renowned for excellence in all aspects of pediatric medical care from birth through adolescence. It is the region’s only healthcare system exclusively for children.
Nicklaus Children’s offers more than 40 pediatric specialties and subspecialties, and is home to Florida’s only freestanding pediatric trauma center. The hospital features 309 pediatric and neonatal beds, more than any other children’s hospital in Florida.
The Nicklaus Children’s Brain Institute is the largest pediatric neuroscience collaboration in the nation and is recognized for excellence in treating children with brain tumors, intractable epilepsy and other brain anomalies, offering the latest minimally invasive methods.
The Heart Program at Nicklaus Children’s provides care for more children with congenital heart disorders than any other hospital in Florida and is home to several medical and surgical firsts.
Nicklaus Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center is one of the largest providers of pediatric cancer care services in the region. The center participates in research protocols, offering the latest interventions for children receiving treatment for all forms of cancer and blood disorders.
The Orthopedic Surgery Program performs over 1,500 surgical procedures each year and provides evaluation for an additional 35,000 outpatient visits annually. The program is world-renowned for its pediatric spinal surgery offerings.
The Fetal Care Center offers hope and support to families expecting an infant with a congenital anomaly. The special delivery unit, which opened in May 2019, is a 10-bed high-risk infant delivery unit for healthy mothers expecting infants with pre-diagnosed medical needs.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s pediatric subspecialty programs are routinely recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its annual “Best Children’s Hospital” rankings.