(Posted on Feb 28, 2013) Congratulations to Nancy Templin on being named the Nonprofit and Overall winner of the CFO of the Year Award. The winners in each category were announced at a luncheon on Thursday, February 28.
(Posted on Feb 6, 2013) A recently published article in the Southern Medical Journal suggests a new paradigm for the design of future hospitals – and details the development of All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine (ACH JHM) in St. Petersburg FL as an ideal example of this approach.
(Posted on Feb 1, 2013) Government officials from the city, region, state and nation arrived at All Children’s Hospital on Friday morning for the annual Legislative Breakfast.
(Posted on Dec 21, 2012) The year ahead will bring new collaboration between the medical staff and hospital leadership at All Children’s. Effective January 2013, the incoming Chair of Pediatric Medicine and the Chair of Pediatric Surgery will report to the Vice Dean/Physician-in-Chief and will simultaneously have leadership roles with the hospital and the medical staff.
(Posted on Aug 27, 2012) August 27, 2012 (St. Petersburg, FL) The Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the League of Southeastern Credit Unions and National Journal Group are proud to announce that Ann Romney, wife of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, will attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for a charitable "leave behind" project in the Tampa-St. Pete area. The project, a therapeutic playground for All Children's Hospital, is in honor of the 2012 Republican National Convention being held in Tampa Aug. 27-30.
(Posted on Aug 27, 2012) All Children's is participating in an exciting program with the Tampa Bay Partnership Aug. 27-30 and we're inviting you to be a part of it.
(Posted on Aug 2, 2012) Medical Student Intersessions allow medical students from across the country to experience clinical care, research and education at a new institution other than their home medical school institution. Typically, first, second and third year medical students interested in pediatrics plan a 1-2 week intersession during breaks in their medical school coursework. During an intersession, students focus on gaining introductory clinical skills and knowledge and gathering information about choice of specialty as well as where to ultimately apply for residency training.
(Posted on Jul 30, 2012) July 30, 2012 (St. Petersburg, FL) All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine has received approval to establish a new pediatric residency program on All Children’s St. Petersburg FL campus. The first class of resident physicians will enter the program in July 2014.
(Posted on Jul 26, 2012) July 26, 2012 (St. Petersburg, FL) Jonathan Ellen, M.D., has been appointed President of All Children’s Hospital. In his new role, he will also serve as President of the All Children’s Hospital Foundation and Chairman of the All Children’s Health System Board...
(Posted on Jun 3, 2012) The 2012 All Children’s Hospital Telethon today recorded another resounding success in difficult economic times, raising a grand total of $3,745,402 for the region’s referral center for specialized pediatric care.
(Posted on May 24, 2012) U.S. Representative Kathy Castor visited All Children's Hospital on May 21.
(Posted on May 10, 2012) All Children's Hospital Introduces Pocket Doc - A Free Pediatric Symptom Checker App for your iPhone, Android and via your web browser.
(Posted on Mar 22, 2012) On Thursday, March 22, drivers from the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg visited the kids at All Children's Hospital with autographed hats, calendars, and toys.
(Posted on Mar 8, 2012) March is National Athletic Training Month. All Children's Hospital has expanded its Sports Medicine Program with the addition of Certified Athletic Trainers (ATC's). During March, we are proud to recognize our athletic trainers for their commitment to helping children prevent injuries and stay healthy.
(Posted on Feb 26, 2012)
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