ST. PETERSBURG – All Children’s Hospital recently celebrated its third year as a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine by announcing the inaugural class of the new All Children¹s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine pediatric residency program.
As All Children’s Hospital expands its learners’ environment, it will soon welcome 12 medical school graduates to its new residency program, along with 15 graduates entering the USF pediatric residency program that is affiliated with All Children’s Hospital.
On Match Day, March 21, All Children’s Hospital employees celebrated the announcement of the new residents, at the same time that thousands of medical students across the country attended ceremonies at their medical school and opened envelopes to learn where they will spend the next several years training as residents.
“This Match Day is the beginning of a new era and marks the first significant academic milestone for All Children’s Hospital since integrating with Johns Hopkins Medicine,” said Dr. Jonathan Ellen in a press release. Ellen is president and physician in chief at All Children’s Hospital and professor of pediatrics and vice dean, All Children’s Hospital for the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine. “As home to two unique residency programs, All Children’s Hospital will further its commitment to patient and quality safety by training top health care leaders, clinicians and researchers of the future.”