Prior to 2013, Penn State Children’s Hospital’s patients and families shared space with the adult hospital on the campus of Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. A three-story addition to the standalone Children’s Hospital that opened in 2013 — slated to be complete in November 2020 — will bring all children’s services into the Penn State Children’s Hospital, including a larger neonatal intensive care unit as well as the Labor and Delivery unit and postpartum patient rooms for women.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Penn State Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Nephrology division as 48th in America.
Penn State Children’s Hospital Brings Specialized Pediatric Hematology Services to Central Pennsylvania
Hematology services within the Penn State Children’s Hospital’s Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology adds a key layer of expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of children with blood disorders.
Safety, innovation and collaboration positions Penn State Children’s Hospital as a leader in providing neonatal care — even during a worldwide health crisis.
Founded on research, the Penn State Children’s Hospital NICU marshals innovation to provide optimal outcomes for its smallest patients.
A team of experienced pediatricians and support staff in the Pediatric Complex Care program at Penn State Children’s Hospital collaborates to deliver advanced treatments to patients with multiple chronic illnesses, improving outcomes while helping families overcome socioeconomic and other barriers to care.
Uniting high-level prenatal and surgical care with comprehensive support services, the Perinatal Program at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State Children’s Hospital has become the regional referral center for diagnosis and treatment of suspected fetal anomalies.
From advanced pediatric medical and surgical care to in-house research and collaborative clinical investigation with national pediatric leaders, the scientists, providers and care teams at Penn State Children’s Hospital continue to break down barriers to inform treatment and foster excellent outcomes for children and families throughout Pennsylvania and the surrounding region.
At Penn State Children’s Hospital, the use of 3-D printing to create models of complex heart anatomy provides an effective tool for enhancing surgical outcomes.
Pediatric Oncology Experimental Therapeutics at Penn State Children’s Hospital: Bringing Hope to Young Cancer Patients and Their Families
Cooperation, innovation and a passion for saving young lives are the driving forces behind the Pediatric Oncology Experimental Therapeutics Program at Penn State Children’s Hospital.
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