Medical Staff Officers
for 2010-2011
The All Children's Hospital
Medical Staff Officers
for 2010-2011 are:

Chief of Staff:
Gregory Hahn, M.D.

Vice Chief of Staff:
Jennifer Casatelli, M.D.

David Cooper, M.D.

New: CanSurvive Clinic Addresses Long-Term Health Concerns of Former Cancer Patients
All Children's Hospital and All Children's Specialty Physicians have launched CanSurvive Clinic — a new comprehensive pediatric cancer survivorship program tailored to the special long-term health concerns of former cancer patients.

Kelly Sawczyn, M.D., directs the CanSurvive Clinic, which is held monthly in the outpatient hematology-oncology center at All Children's Specialty Care of Tampa, located on Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. The CanSurvive Clinic will also be offered at the new All Children's Hospital facility in St. Petersburg later in 2010.

Thanks to improved treatment outcomes, survivorship is an increasingly important area of clinical care and research in pediatric oncology. Most long-term pediatric cancer survivors lead healthy lives, but their prior treatments may confer an increased risk for chronic medical problems, including obesity, heart failure, infertility, and secondary malignancies.

The CanSurvive Clinic provides coordinated multidisciplinary survivorship care, including annual visits with physicians (pediatric oncologists and other pediatric subspecialists), an oncology social worker, and other members of All Children's wellness team. In order to be seen in the CanSurvive Clinic, patients must be: in clinical remission, at least five years from their most recent cancer diagnosis, and at least two years from completion of their last therapy. Additionally, patients who have undergone bone marrow transplantation for a cancer or non-cancerous illness can be seen in our clinic.

Clinic patients receive treatment summaries with information about: the patient's diagnosis, treatment received, complications of therapy, potential late effects of therapy and recommended screening studies for late effects. Patients and families can choose to share this information with current and future healthcare providers. Both the written reports and the interaction during annual visits are designed to empower patients and their families to seek and receive optimal healthcare.

For appointments, call the All Children's Pediatric Hematology-Oncology office in Tampa at
(813) 631-5001. The CanSurvive Clinic is located at All Children's Specialty Care of Tampa at 12220 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33612.

The new All Children's Hospital opens to patients on Saturday, January 9. The first unit to open will be the new Pediatric Emergency Center. At 5 AM on Saturday, January 9, the existing Emergency Center will stop accepting patients and redirect them to the new hospital's EC.

Patients remaining in the existing EC at that hour will continue to receive treatment from our EC staff until they are ready to be discharged or admitted and moved to the new hospital. When the new EC opens at 5 a.m., a small team of physicians and nurses will begin staffing the new Pediatric Intensive Care Unit to serve the new Emergency Center if needed.

The first inpatient unit to move will be the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit beginning at 5:45 a.m. Moves will continue through the afternoon. Parents can be with their children during the move, but the hospital is closed to all other visitors until the move is completed.

If you have patients who are hospitalized on January 9, your Physician Liaison will contact you that day with updated patient information. If you would like to be contacted at a specific phone number or email address, please contact your Physician Liaison with that information by Friday, January 8.

Our Physician Access Line & Patient Placement Center will be open throughout the move to assist you as needed. You can follow the progress of the move at or at

The new hospital is located at 501 – 6th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Driving directions and maps are available at and from your Physician Liaison.

Who's on First & What's on Second

Here's a handy guide to the new All Children's Hospital

Emergency Center, Radiology (MRI, CT, X-ray for EC and inpatients, ultrasound, nuclear medicine), Medical Library, Physician Lounge, Chapel, Retail Pharmacy, Cafeteria
Surgery & Special Procedures Unit, Dialysis Unit, Sleep Studies Unit
Bayfront Baby Place
Acute Care Rehab
CVICU/Heart Center (Cath Labs & Cardiac ORs)
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Surgery & Neuroscience Unit (7 North) & Hematology-Oncology Unit (7 South)
Pediatric Medicine (8 North & 8 South)

New Outpatient Care Center opens Monday, January 18

The Outpatient Care Center (OCC) will open for ambulatory care on Monday, January 18. The Outpatient Care Center is located between the new Family/Visitor Parking Garage and the new All Children’s Hospital. Overhead walkways connect all three buildings. Families who park in the Garage will cross the first walkway and arrive at the second floor of the Outpatient Care Center, where there will be a Registration area and greeter to assist them. Here’s a guide to OCC locations:

1st floor: Health Information Management (Medical Records), Ronald McDonald House Central

2nd floor: Outpatient Registration, Pediatric Cardiology (EKG, echo, Holter monitoring & stress testing), Perinatal Cardiology, Outpatient Radiology (x-ray), Lab, Pulmonary Function Testing, Allkids Café, Family Resource Center, Medical Staff Office, Hospital Administration

3rd floor: Pediatric General Surgery & Plastic Surgery, Infusion Center, Hematology-Oncology-BMT, Allergy-Immunology-Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, Nephrology, Clinical Nutrition

4th floor: (Clinical Laboratory—non-patient area)

5th floor: Pediatric Infectious Disease, Clinical Genetics, General Pediatrics

Additional pediatric physician practices will move into the OCC during the next several months. When you call to refer a patient, it may be a good idea to double-check the practice’s current location.

After these moves, the following outpatient services will remain in their present locations until they can be relocated together in the future:

POB (880 6th Street South): Audiology, Psychology, Psychiatry, Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

CHC (800 6th Street South): Rothman Center for Neuropsychiatry

Sexton Building (500 7th Avenue South): Outpatient OT, PT & Speech