Inside Children's Hospital
At Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we're always learning, growing and exploring in our effort to deliver the highest quality, compassionate, family-centered care. Here's what's happening now.
The first-of-its-kind treatment can reduce a child's allergic reaction to peanuts.
You can change children’s lives by making breakthrough discoveries possible.
To keep our patients safe during “sick season,” we ask families to limit the number of visitors to the hospital from Dec. 2 through April.
The 2019-2020 flu season is seeing higher flu numbers than the last few years. Stay informed about how to prevent the spread of flu and when to seek appropriate medical care.
New findings show significant physical and emotional benefits in school-age children who had prenatal surgery for spina bifida.
Is your child struggling with body image? Laurel Weaver, MD, PhD, a psychiatrist at CHOP, provides six tips on how parents can promote healthy body image in their children.
The FDA has approved two new breakthrough therapies for patients with sickle cell disease, and we believe both may enhance the treatment of our patients.
Find Care, Close to Home
From Lancaster County to the Jersey Shore, you'll find Children's Hospital pediatricians and specialists nearby.
Call a Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Global Care Coordinator today.001-267-426-6298
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