Specialties and Services
Whether finding a pediatrician for your newborn or seeking a surgeon for a complex procedure, at Children’s Health℠ we understand that you want the very best for your child. That’s why our centers are not only caring, compassionate pediatricians and nurses, but field experts in innovative surgical techniques and quality care.
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Children’s Health provides care through 50 departments and programs, ranging from simple eye exams to specialized treatments in heart disease, endocrinology and cystic fibrosis. We are a major pediatric kidney, liver, heart, bowel and bone marrow transplant center, and we were the first pediatric hospital in Texas with a designated Level I trauma center.
Children need primary health care not only when they are sick, but also to prevent them from getting sick. The Children’s Health℠ Pediatric Group network serves as a patient-centered medical home, where your child can be cared for during times of illness and also receive preventive care.
Children’s Health℠ Pediatric Group provides a medical home for your child when they are both sick and well. We care for all aspects of your child’s health care needs. Our main objective is to improve the lives of children in our community by providing them with a high-quality, affordable patient centered medical home.
The Children’s Emergency Department is located in a state-of-the-art facility. Children’s Medical Center Dallas is the first pediatric hospital in Texas with a designated Level I Trauma Center and the only one in the region.
Our Children’s House offers an array of coordinated, comprehensive services for children with special health care needs. Our specialty center clinics can help coordinate care, and offer developmental screenings and assessments, parent education and support, and physical, occupational and speech/language therapy.
As your teen becomes a young adult, they will go through many changes. Your Children’s Health Care Team will work with you and your teen to prepare them for their changing health care needs as a young adult. This process is called pediatric to adult transition.
Home Care allows your child to go home to familiar surroundings, yet have continuing access to high-quality care outside of the hospital. The RPM program will allow clinical staff at Children’s Health to monitor patient health status and progress via secure mobile technologies including one-touch video conferencing for virtual visits from the comfort of a patient’s home.