Johns Hopkins Children's Center | 100 Hospital and Health Systems With Great Oncology Programs 2017

Johns Hopkins Children's Center (Baltimore). Johns Hopkins Children's Center is the 205-bed children's hospital of Johns Hopkins. Founded in 1912, the children's hospital reports more than 92,000 patient visits annually. The hospital's oncology program includes centers devoted to bone marrow transplants, sarcoma, leukemia and long-term survivorship, among other subspecialties. Johns Hopkins Children's Center established one of the first pediatric bone marrow transplant programs in 1995 and now provides haploidentical bone transplants. U.S. News & World Report ranked Johns Hopkins Children's Center No. 6 in the nation for cancer care in 2017-18.

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