Complex Pediatric Program
Our complex pediatric care services cover a wide array of medical conditions including brain injury, spinal cord injury, and wounds; primarily caring for children that are technology-dependent and require specialized pulmonary care, including tracheostomy and ventilator management. We know that you want the best possible medical care for your child provided in an environment that promotes their physical, emotional and intellectual development. Our continuum of care works to create reachable goals for you and your child through inpatient stay and even after discharge.
How We Treat
Our interdisciplinary team works with you and your child to create treatment and therapy plans throughout their continuum of care because we believe that family is an important part of growth and healing. Our environment is designed for optimum monitoring, but is also nurturing, stimulating and one that encourages socialization. We offer a multitude of services for your child to cover their health and overall well-being to make them feel comfortable and happy.
Children participate in individual and group recreational activities such as crafts, music, outdoor experiences, cooking and more. Occupational, speech and language, and physical therapy are provided when needed.
Respite care is essential for caregivers to take a break from the daily routine in order to keep their child at home.
Special education teachers and teacher’s aides provide on-unit education. For children over three years of age, arrangements for attendance in a community school or for educational services to be provided on the pediatric unit are made when appropriate.
- The Garden of Hope is a special environment that includes areas for arts and crafts, reading and other fun activities
Our goal is to get children discharged home as soon as possible. Our staff will provide the necessary training for you and your family, home healthcare agencies, and school nurses to facilitate a child’s welcome back to the community.