A Notice to Patients of our Neonatal and Fetal Programs Regarding Recent Email Incidents

We value the privacy and confidentiality of our patients. Regrettably, this notice is regarding two recent incidents that involved some of our patients’ health information.

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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.

Learning one son — and then the other — had celiac disease was intimidating at first, but we received amazing support.

Parents Magazine Badge Most Innovative Children's Hospitals

CHOP’s Innovation Gains National Recognition

Children’s Hospital was named one of the 20 most innovative pediatric hospitals by Parents magazine, which praised our novel treatment for relapsed leukemia.

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Holiday Boutique

Join us for this year’s Holiday Boutique on Nov. 28 and 29. This is the signature fundraising event for the Women’s Committee of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Facts about Mitochondria

Mitochondria are the batteries that produce more than 90% of your body's energy. Learn more facts about mitochondria.

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Be Part of a Breakthrough

Join our historic campaign as we transform the future of pediatric care for our patients and for children worldwide. Every child deserves a breakthrough.

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So Much More to See

Thanks to gene therapy for LCA, a retinal disease that causes blindness, Hannah is seeing the stars.

Surpassing Every Milestone

After a dire diagnosis, 6-month-old Mason is hitting her developmental milestones after fetal surgery for spina bifida at CHOP.

What to Do If You Suspect the Flu

Your child is complaining of a sore throat and body aches. She has a fever. It seems like she might be coming down with the flu. What should you do?

Do Vital Sign Baby Monitors Work? Research Says, Beware

CHOP physicians find baby monitors that use pulse oximetry technology have concerning problems with accuracy.

Siblings of Patients Need Support, Too

Find out how to help all of your children find strength and resilience as they respond to a sibling’s health problems.

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Find Care, Close to Home

From Lancaster County to the Jersey Shore, you'll find Children's Hospital pediatricians and specialists nearby.

International Patient?

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Call a Children's Hospital of Philadelphia International Care Coordinator today.


Children's Hospital is a Charity

Our work is inspired by childhood, and fueled by charitable donations. We can't do it without you.

Public Notice – Magnet Recognition Program Site Visit

In December 2018, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is applying for redesignation as a Magnet® organization. Patients, family members, staff and interested parties are encouraged to submit comments.

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