Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc

Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc Overview

Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc is located in Baltimore, MD. The organization was established in 1942. According to its NTEE Classification (E24) the organization is classified as: Specialty Hospitals, under the broad grouping of Health Care and related organizations. As of 06/2020, Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc employed 3,605 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc generated $544.2m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 4.1% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $563.1m during the year ending 06/2020. While expenses have increased by 7.2% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

TAX YEAR

2020

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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PROVIDE LEADERSHIP IN CHILD HEALTH THROUGH TREATMENT, EDUCATION, ADVOCACY AND RESEARCH.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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INTENSIVE CARE UNITSPURPOSE: JOHNS HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE SPECIALISTS TAKE CARE OF ACUTELY ILL PATIENTS IN THE TWO PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS (PICU) AT ALL CHILDREN'S. THEY SERVE AS ATTENDING PHYSICIANS FOR THE PATIENTS ADMITTED TO PICU FOR MEDICAL PROBLEMS LIKE PNEUMONIA AND MENINGITIS. THEY WORK CLOSELY WITH SURGICAL SPECIALISTS IN TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS RECOVERING FROM MAJOR SURGERIES, AND ARE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THE CARE OF OUR CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (CVICU) PATIENTS. ALL CHILDREN'S NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU) IS A 97 BED LEVEL 3 NICU, OFFERING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF NEONATAL CARE TO NEWBORNS. THE UNIT IS MADE UP ALMOST ENTIRELY OF PRIVATE ROOMS WITH THE MOST ADVANCED LIFE-SUPPORT AND MONITORING EQUIPMENT. ALL CHILDREN'S ALSO OFFERS SPACIOUS ROOMS AND COMFORTABLE LOUNGE CHAIRS THAT ENCOURAGE PARENTS TO SPEND AS MUCH TIME AS POSSIBLE WITH THEIR NEWBORN.ALL CHILDREN'S CRITICAL CARE UNITS INCLUDE:PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 1PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 2PEDIATRIC CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSIVE CARE UNITNEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT


EMERGENCY CENTERPURPOSE: CHILDREN'S HEALTH EMERGENCIES REQUIRE SPECIAL EXPERTISE AND SPECIAL TREATMENT. ALL CHILDREN'S HAS BUILT AN EMERGENCY CENTER AROUND THE SPECIFIC NEEDS OF CHILDREN IN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SITUATIONS. SOME OF THE DISTINCT ADVANTAGES OF THE ALL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY CENTER ARE:-THE EC ATTENDING STAFF CONSISTS OF PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIANS AND GENERAL PEDIATRICIANS.-PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIANS HAVE THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS OF PEDIATRIC TRAINING BEYOND THEIR TRAINING IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE. -THERE IS AT LEAST ONE BOARD CERTIFIED PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIAN IN THE EC AT ALL TIMES, SOMETIMES AS MANY AS THREE.-IN ADDITION TO HAVING THE SKILLS TO MAKE KIDS FEELS MORE SECURE AND AT EASE IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS, PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS' ADDITIONAL TRAINING MEANS FASTER DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT.-JOHNS HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ALSO USES ONLY PEDIATRICS RESIDENTS - DOCTORS WHO ARE TRAINING TO BE PEDIATRICIANS, RATHER THAN GENERAL PRACTICE RESIDENTS.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER NURSING STAFF IS SPECIALLY TRAINED IN PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY NURSING.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER IS DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO THE PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT. THE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT IS STAFFED 24 HOURS, AND FILMS ARE READ BY PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGISTS. OUR RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT IS PART OF THE IMAGE GENTLY CAMPAIGN; A WIDESPREAD EFFORT BY RADIOLOGISTS TO REDUCE RADIATION EXPOSURE IN CHILDREN'S IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER HAS A CHILD LIFE SPECIALIST WHO HELPS MAKE THE EMERGENCY CENTER EXPERIENCE LESS THREATENING AND STRESSFUL FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES. CHILD LIFE SPECIALISTS USE DISTRACTION AND PLAY TO HELP CHILDREN COPE BETTER WITH THE HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE.THE ALL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY CENTER TREATS OVER 45,000 INFANTS, CHILDREN, AND TEENAGERS A YEAR, AND IS PART OF A JOINT TRAUMA PROGRAM WITH BAYFRONT MEDICAL CENTER. THE EMERGENCY CENTER IS ABLE TO TREAT ALL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS.


RESPIRATORY THERAPYPURPOSE: THE PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY PROGRAM AT ALL CHILDREN'S IN ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, TREATS CHILDREN WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, INCLUDING ASTHMA, CYSTIC FIBROSIS, BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA, CENTRAL APNEA, SLEEP APNEA AND SLEEP-DISORDERED BREATHING.THE PROGRAM IS ACCREDITED BY THE CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION AS A CYSTIC FIBROSIS CARE CENTER, SERVING AS A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR CLINICAL CARE, RESEARCH, AND MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SUPPORT FOR CF PATIENTS. THE PROGRAM IS ALSO A CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION DESIGNATED THERAPEUTIC DEVELOPMENT CENTER - ONE OF MORE THAN 80 CENTERS WORLDWIDE SPECIALIZING IN CLINICAL TRIALS TO EVALUATE THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF NEW THERAPIES. THE PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGISTS ALSO LEAD A COLLABORATIVE ASTHMA PROGRAM AT ALL CHILDREN'S AIMED AT REDUCING THE RATE OF HOSPITALIZATION FOR CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA AND LINKING HOSPITAL-BASED AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES OF ASTHMATIC CHILDREN.


INTENSIVE CARE UNITSPURPOSE: JOHNS HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE SPECIALISTS TAKE CARE OF ACUTELY ILL PATIENTS IN THE TWO PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS (PICU) AT ALL CHILDREN'S. THEY SERVE AS ATTENDING PHYSICIANS FOR THE PATIENTS ADMITTED TO PICU FOR MEDICAL PROBLEMS LIKE PNEUMONIA AND MENINGITIS. THEY WORK CLOSELY WITH SURGICAL SPECIALISTS IN TAKING CARE OF PATIENTS RECOVERING FROM MAJOR SURGERIES, AND ARE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THE CARE OF OUR CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (CVICU) PATIENTS. ALL CHILDREN'S NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU) IS A 97 BED LEVEL 3 NICU, OFFERING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF NEONATAL CARE TO NEWBORNS. THE UNIT IS MADE UP ALMOST ENTIRELY OF PRIVATE ROOMS WITH THE MOST ADVANCED LIFE-SUPPORT AND MONITORING EQUIPMENT. ALL CHILDREN'S ALSO OFFERS SPACIOUS ROOMS AND COMFORTABLE LOUNGE CHAIRS THAT ENCOURAGE PARENTS TO SPEND AS MUCH TIME AS POSSIBLE WITH THEIR NEWBORN.ALL CHILDREN'S CRITICAL CARE UNITS INCLUDE:PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 1PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT 2PEDIATRIC CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSIVE CARE UNITNEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT


EMERGENCY CENTERPURPOSE: CHILDREN'S HEALTH EMERGENCIES REQUIRE SPECIAL EXPERTISE AND SPECIAL TREATMENT. ALL CHILDREN'S HAS BUILT AN EMERGENCY CENTER AROUND THE SPECIFIC NEEDS OF CHILDREN IN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SITUATIONS. SOME OF THE DISTINCT ADVANTAGES OF THE ALL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY CENTER ARE:-THE EC ATTENDING STAFF CONSISTS OF PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIANS AND GENERAL PEDIATRICIANS.-PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIANS HAVE THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS OF PEDIATRIC TRAINING BEYOND THEIR TRAINING IN EMERGENCY MEDICINE. -THERE IS AT LEAST ONE BOARD CERTIFIED PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIAN IN THE EC AT ALL TIMES, SOMETIMES AS MANY AS THREE.-IN ADDITION TO HAVING THE SKILLS TO MAKE KIDS FEELS MORE SECURE AND AT EASE IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS, PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS' ADDITIONAL TRAINING MEANS FASTER DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT.-JOHNS HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ALSO USES ONLY PEDIATRICS RESIDENTS - DOCTORS WHO ARE TRAINING TO BE PEDIATRICIANS, RATHER THAN GENERAL PRACTICE RESIDENTS.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER NURSING STAFF IS SPECIALLY TRAINED IN PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY NURSING.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER IS DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO THE PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT. THE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT IS STAFFED 24 HOURS, AND FILMS ARE READ BY PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGISTS. OUR RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT IS PART OF THE IMAGE GENTLY CAMPAIGN; A WIDESPREAD EFFORT BY RADIOLOGISTS TO REDUCE RADIATION EXPOSURE IN CHILDREN'S IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS.-THE EMERGENCY CENTER HAS A CHILD LIFE SPECIALIST WHO HELPS MAKE THE EMERGENCY CENTER EXPERIENCE LESS THREATENING AND STRESSFUL FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES. CHILD LIFE SPECIALISTS USE DISTRACTION AND PLAY TO HELP CHILDREN COPE BETTER WITH THE HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE.THE ALL CHILDREN'S EMERGENCY CENTER TREATS OVER 45,000 INFANTS, CHILDREN, AND TEENAGERS A YEAR, AND IS PART OF A JOINT TRAUMA PROGRAM WITH BAYFRONT MEDICAL CENTER. THE EMERGENCY CENTER IS ABLE TO TREAT ALL EMERGENCY CONDITIONS.


RESPIRATORY THERAPYPURPOSE: THE PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY PROGRAM AT ALL CHILDREN'S IN ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, TREATS CHILDREN WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, INCLUDING ASTHMA, CYSTIC FIBROSIS, BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA, CENTRAL APNEA, SLEEP APNEA AND SLEEP-DISORDERED BREATHING.THE PROGRAM IS ACCREDITED BY THE CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION AS A CYSTIC FIBROSIS CARE CENTER, SERVING AS A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR CLINICAL CARE, RESEARCH, AND MULTI-DISCIPLINARY SUPPORT FOR CF PATIENTS. THE PROGRAM IS ALSO A CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION DESIGNATED THERAPEUTIC DEVELOPMENT CENTER - ONE OF MORE THAN 80 CENTERS WORLDWIDE SPECIALIZING IN CLINICAL TRIALS TO EVALUATE THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF NEW THERAPIES. THE PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGISTS ALSO LEAD A COLLABORATIVE ASTHMA PROGRAM AT ALL CHILDREN'S AIMED AT REDUCING THE RATE OF HOSPITALIZATION FOR CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA AND LINKING HOSPITAL-BASED AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES OF ASTHMATIC CHILDREN.


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Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Cerner Corporation
Health It Services
$8,660,546
Skanska Usa Building Inc
Building Contractor
$5,909,467
Wehr Constructors Inc
Building Contractor
$2,880,076
Eplus Technology
Consulting Services
$2,266,420
Skanska Usa Building Inc
Building Contractor
$5,909,467
Cerner Corporation
Health It Services
$8,660,546
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$0
Related organizations$1,669,441
Government grants $29,698,792
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$1,383,395
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $0
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$32,751,628
Total Program Service Revenue$489,742,950
Investment income $11,160,526
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $6,246,250
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $1,497,687
Net Income from Fundraising Events $0
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $544,193,732

Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc has awarded $14,134,388 in support to 6 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

ALL CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Baltimore, MD

PURPOSE: PROGRAM SUPPORT

$6,599,944

ALL CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Baltimore, MD

PURPOSE: PROGRAM SUPPORT

$6,599,944

KIDS HOME CARE INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Baltimore, MD

PURPOSE: PROGRAM SUPPORT

$467,250

KIDS HOME CARE INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Baltimore, MD

PURPOSE: PROGRAM SUPPORT

$467,250
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Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 3 grants that Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital Inc has recieved totaling $41,910.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Gulf Coast Community Foundation Inc

Venice, FL

PURPOSE: HEALTH

$20,590
American Thrombosis And Hemostasisnetwork Inc

Rochester, NY

PURPOSE: DATA MANAGEMENT CAPACITY RESEARCH

$13,800
Network For Good Inc

Washington, DC

PURPOSE: Unrestricted

$7,520
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$15,456,278
Earnings$107,000
Net Contributions$1,004,000
Other Expense-$36,000
Ending Balance$16,531,278

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