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The Acute and Regional Pain Service is a dedicated team of physicians and advance-practice nurses that specializes in managing pain in infants, children and young adults who are hospitalized or having surgery.
One of the first centers to receive a five-year accreditation from the Adult Congenital Heart Association, our program includes six ACHD board-certified cardiologists. Our team offers everything an adult congenital heart patient needs, including pregnancy planning, catheterizations and surgery.
Our Adolescent and Young Adult Program provides help and a network of individuals to support our AYA oncology patients in the areas of fertility, education, insurance, and social and emotional support.
Our team of physicians, advanced practice nurses and other health care experts provides a full range of services for patients ages 11 to 21. These services include primary care and specialized programs for eating disorders, substance abuse, gynecology and more.
We care for patients with advanced lung disease including cystic fibrosis, pulmonary vascular disease, and interstitial and neonatal lung diseases. Our team sees patients throughout all stages of care, from early- to late-stage diagnosis.
The Aerodigestive Disorders Clinic offers a coordinated team approach to care for children with chronic and complex disorders of the upper airway (pharynx and larynx), the lower airway (trachea, bronchi and lungs) and upper digestive tract (esophagus and stomach).
We offer a wide range of services including allergy consultations, allergy shots, comprehensive asthma management plans, skin testing and more.
Anatomic Pathology Laboratory staff has extensive experience with evaluation and diagnosis of pediatric surgical specimens, as well as perinatal and post-mortem examinations.
We provide general anesthesia care for all pediatric surgical procedures. We also offer spinal anesthesia, procedural sedation, acute and chronic pain management, palliative care, extensive education and training, and a productive research program.
Located on our hospital's main campus, the anticoagulation clinic is designed specifically for quick, one-stop treatment and management of anticoagulation including blood tests, medication adjustments, prescriptions and consultations.
We offer therapeutic apheresis for children and adults with a variety of conditions, including sickle cell disease, kidney disorders, neurologic conditions, cancer and graft-versus-host disease. Apheresis treatments offered include red cell exchange, therapeutic plasma exchange, leukopheresis and extra corporeal photopheresis.
We provide state-of-the-art care through diagnostic testing, up-to-date treatment strategies, and comprehensive education for patients with asthma and their families. In addition, we also offer a Complex Asthma Clinic for patients with severe asthma.
The Department of Audiology at Nationwide Children's Hospital diagnoses hearing loss in children and provides a full range of services, including pediatric hearing aids and cochlear implants.
A specialized resource for young athletes with physical disabilities.
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