The ARMS Clinic at Children’s provides a comprehensive program of clinical care and research for children who are HIV-infected or HIV-exposed.
Programs & Services
Frightening fevers, bacterial infections, travel-related illnesses, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases can be especially devastating when the patient is a child. The pediatric specialists at Children’s Health are here to help.
The International Adoption Medicine program at Children’s Health is one of only a few select centers in the United States that provides care for internationally adopted children and their families.
Lead exposure affects nearly every system in the body. Children under age 6 are most at risk for long-term developmental damage.
The Low Birth Weight Clinic at Children’s Medical Center provides comprehensive medical and psychosocial care to the smallest, most vulnerable patients in the region.
In both the short and long term, the effects of child abuse can be devastating. Without expert care, the effects on an individual will almost certainly last a lifetime.
Parents want to protect their children from contagious diseases, including many that can be deadly. Following a recommended vaccination schedule can prevent measles, mumps and rubella, polio, diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) as well as the seasonal flu and known strains of other flu viruses.
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