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.

Samad was two days old when his heart stopped. Today, he has a hopeful future

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14 Heart Facts For You

February is heart month! Read our "14 Heart Health Facts For You" to learn more about congenital heart disease and heart health awareness.

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NYC Spin-In

On March 21, come get ready to ride! Join us in NYC for a high-energy, indoor team cycling party designed to propel pediatric research forward.

Peanut allergy patient Noah

FDA Approves Breakthrough Treatment for Peanut Allergies

The first-of-its-kind treatment can reduce a child's allergic reaction to peanuts.

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Your donation changes lives.

You can change children’s lives by making breakthrough discoveries possible.

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Limited Visitor Procedures in Effect

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.

Important Flu Season Reminders

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.

A Decade Later, Benefits Continue

New findings show significant physical and emotional benefits in school-age children who had prenatal surgery for spina bifida.

Caregiver Burnout

Caregiver burnout is not only normal, but inevitable. A CHOP psychologist offers advice for struggling families.

Breakthrough New Therapies Approved for the Treatment of Sickle Cell Disease

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.

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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 Global Care Coordinator today.

001-267-426-6298

Children's Hospital is a Charity

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