The Harriet Lane Pediatric Residency Program at Johns Hopkins has a long history of preparing pediatricians for varied careers in child health. Our graduates have become successful community pediatricians, pediatric hospitalists, and subspecialists; and they have also gone on to careers in public health, global health, health policy, and health administration. It is our goal to provide residents with robust clinical experiences, exposure to a wide array of dedicated faculty, and an increasing level of independence and responsibility so that our graduates are confident in their ability to meet the challenges of whatever area of child health they hope to pursue. We are particularly proud of the leadership skills our program fosters among our senior residents, who are given a great deal of responsibility for teaching and for independence in patient management.
Harriet Lane residents provide continuity care for patients in the Harriet Lane Clinic and the largely Spanish-speaking patients in the Pediatric Clinic at BayviewMedical Center. They manage common pediatric medical and surgical illnesses as well as complex subspecialty conditions on the general inpatient teams at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and at St. Agnes Hospital. In addition, they experience the very complex and technology-intensive world of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. A wide variety of elective experiences is available.
. . . . .and, we’ve grown.
In May 2012, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center moved into the beautiful, new Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center at Johns Hopkins. This 12-story facility houses expanded NICU and PICU space, two expansive medical/surgical floors, a state-of-the art pediatric emergency department, and dedicated pediatric operating rooms and radiology equipment. Learn more.
All Children's Hospital JHM
All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine in St. Petersburg, Florida will be accepting applications via the NRMP 2014 Match for a newly accredited pediatric residency program starting Sept 1, 2013. The inaugural class of residents will start training in St. Petersburg July 1, 2014.
Training in the ACH-JHM residency program will build on the strength and expertise of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine faculty with core St. Petersburg faculty and utilize the quaternary care clinical setting of a 259 bed free-standing children’s hospital in St. Petersburg as the primary training site. Residents training in this program will be equipped to be future leaders in pediatrics with opportunities to participate in state of the art research, population health initiatives and early career development. We invite medical students interested in pediatrics to visit our campus or coordinate a rotation to explore the depth of training opportunities and innovative program aspects as well as to experience the beautiful Suncoast region of Tampa/St. Petersburg.
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