Adam Triebsch, 10, here with his parents Ann and Michael, travels regularly from Kentucky for pediatric urology care under John Gearhart, M.D.
The Division of Pediatric Urology at Hopkins Children's diagnoses and treats all childhood urological problems from birth to young adulthood. Our caring staff and cutting-edge technology combine to deliver excellence in all aspects of pediatric urological care. We specialize in the treatment of bladder exstrophy and epispadias, seeing patients from around the world.
New Home for Our Inpatients
Our patients who need hospitalization for urologic conditions have a new home at Johns Hopkins: The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center. Our new 205-bed building features:
Easy access via front entrance or pedestrian bridge to Orleans Street Garage and our Rubenstein Child Health Building.
Among the conditions we treat are:
The Division of Pediatric Urology is part of the Brady Urological Institute at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, which U.S. News and World Report ranked No. 1 for Urology in 2011.
A Milestone in Pediatric Urology
Cloacal exstrophy is considered one of the most severe birth defects compatible with life. Only a few decades ago, most babies with this condition didn’t survive, and those who did were relegated to dismal existence. Today, infants born with the condition can lead normal, healthy, productive lives thanks to a series of surgeries that restore normal anatomy and function. Watch one patient's story.
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