Healthcare Professionals

As a pediatric healthcare provider, you are essential to what we do every day here at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and across our Care Network. Your collaboration and feedback directly shapes the training, tools and resources you’ll find here.

Patient Referral Toolkit

Our Services for Professionals

Our goal is to simplify your access to our ever-widening pediatric healthcare network, and make it easier for all clinicians to work together to deliver the best possible care to our patients.

Education & Training

Quality professional education and training is an integral part of our mission to be the leader in advancement of healthcare for children. For both future and currently practicing healthcare professionals, we offer a wide variety of advanced training and learning opportunities, including continuing medical education, pediatric fellowships and residencies in an array of subspecialty areas. You’ll work alongside talented physicians and professionals from across the globe who are attracted by the depth and rigor of our training.


Sharing Our Expertise: Upcoming Events, Courses and Webinars for Providers

Experts from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia present webinars and events on a variety of pediatric specialty topics throughout the year. View a list of upcoming events sorted by topic.

Our New Hospital in King of Prussia

CHOP’s new 52-bed hospital in King of Prussia, the Middleman Family Pavilion, is open and accepting patients. The Emergency Department there is open 24/7, staffed with Pediatric Emergency Medicine-trained providers. Learn more about what providers should know.

Additional Professional Information By Topic

Find additional clinical resources from our specialists, including tools and guidelines to manage specific diseases, dedicated continuing medical education, research, referral information and more.

Healthcare professionals are also invited to subscribe to any of the email newsletters published by CHOP to stay up to date on our clinical programs, research, clinical trials, educational opportunities, and other updates that are important to providers who refer patients to CHOP.