Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offers a variety of resources to help you and your child prepare for your visit.
We are dedicated to helping our patients and families before, during and after a visit at our hospital. Find support services and resources to help make your experience as comfortable as possible.
Cafeteria and Food Services
Our hospital cafeteria provides convenient and healthy food service for patients and families during their hospital stay. Our weekly menu is available online.
The Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy program at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital offers spiritual and chaplaincy support to patients and their families while honoring all religious beliefs and traditions.
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The DAISY Award and DAISY Nurse Leader Award allow patients, visitors and Johns Hopkins All Children’s staff to honor nurses for their extraordinary care and compassion.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital provides qualified interpreters for patients and their families for languages other than English and for Sign Language (ASL).
Florida’s Early Steps partners with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital to provide early intervention and therapy services to eligible infants and toddlers (birth to 3 years old) with significant developmental delays or a condition that may result in a developmental delay.
Healthy Start serves women and families in Pinellas County—especially in areas where the infant mortality rate is high—to address risk factors that can impact their health and future pregnancies. This program focuses on women who are pregnant or may become pregnant, fathers, infants and toddlers.
Injury Prevention and Child Safety
Our Injury Prevention and Child Safety program provides Safe Sitter Babysitter Training, Motor Vehicle, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Safety, Toy Safety and drowning Prevention initiatives to help reduce the number of preventable injuries to children.
International Patient Services
Our International Patient Services group provides assistance to our patients and families traveling long distances to seek care from our specialists.
Inpatient Family Guide
A detailed set of resources and information to help our patients and their families who are staying over in our hospital.
MyChart is a secure online patient portal that gives you access to your child’s health care information, communicate with care team members, view or pay your bill at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
Patient and Family Advisory Council and Teen Advisory Council
Joining the Patient and Family Advisory Council is an opportunity to share your experiences with our hospital staff and help us improve patient and family experience for everyone.
Patient and Family Relations Specialists
The Johns Hopkins All Children's patient and family relations specialists are committed to patient-and-family-centered care and advocate on behalf of patients to ensure a positive hospital experience.
Request Medical Records
Patients, legal guardians or a designated organization can request a copy of medical records from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
Ronald McDonald House
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald House Charities provide three different properties on campus for our families to stay together while their child is in the hospital.
Department of Patient and Family Centered Care
The Department of Patient and Family Centered Care is comprised of several departments that focus on offering support to patients and families that is unique to each individual family and supports the goals of caring for the whole patient during their medical experience.
Sometimes, you need quick health care information to help determine how to best care for your sick or injured child. Check your child's symptoms and find reliable health care information that can help you make informed decisions about your child's care.
Pocket Doc is a Johns Hopkins All Children’s app that offers reliable health care information at home or on the go.
Symptom Checker allows users to select a body area related to your child's symptom and provides health recommendations and resources.