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Programs & Services

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ARMS (Primary Care for HIV/AIDS)

The ARMS Clinic at Children’s provides a comprehensive program of clinical care and research for children who are HIV-infected or HIV-exposed.

Infectious Diseases

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.

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International Adoption Medicine

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.

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Lead Toxicity

Lead exposure affects nearly every system in the body. Children under age 6 are most at risk for long-term developmental damage.

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Low Birth Weight

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.

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Vaccine Center

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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