Johns Hopkins Children's Center is an average-sized hospital in that it admits roughly 150 children each day. It is recognized for nursing excellence with the Nurse Magnet facility status. Johns Hopkins Children's Center offers many services available for patients and their families, including a family resource library collection of more than 3,000 books, pamphlets, videotapes, and other resources. The facility, part of Johns Hopkins Hospital, was replaced by the new Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.
To help patients decide where to receive care, U.S. News evaluates data on nearly 5,000 hospitals in 16 adult specialties, 9 adult procedures and conditions and 10 pediatric specialties. To be nationally ranked in a specialty, a hospital must excel in caring for the sickest, most medically complex patients. The ratings in procedures and conditions, by contrast, focus on typical Medicare patients. Hospitals that do well in multiple areas of adult care may be ranked in their state and metropolitan area. Johns Hopkins Children's Center is ranked nationally in 10 children's specialties . Read more about how we rank best hospitals.View all rankings »
U.S. News gathers clinical data directly from children's hospitals through a detailed survey spanning 10 pediatric specialties. U.S. News includes Johns Hopkins Hospital in evaluating the performance of Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
|Specialty||National Rank||Overall Score|
|Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Surgery||#34||72.6/100|
|Pediatric Diabetes & Endocrinology||#12||83.7/100|
|Pediatric Gastroenterology & GI Surgery||#9||86.2/100|
|Pediatric Neurology & Neurosurgery||#5||92.2/100|