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Our multidisciplinary program provides unique expertise for children and their families in diagnosis and treatment of hereditary polyposis disorders.
Whether in the hospital or in the home our goal is to ensure every patient receives the necessary care and comfort when faced with a life–threatening and/or life-limiting condition through support, counseling and world-class care.
Our center provides comprehensive multidisciplinary care for patients suffering from diseases of the pancreas. Our multidisciplinary team focuses on treating the patient as a whole to achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life.
PECARN is the first federally-funded multi-institutional network for research in pediatric emergency medicine in the United States.
From preventative adolescent gynecologic care to treatment for complex conditions requiring reconstructive surgery, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology provides care for girls from birth through young adulthood.
The Pediatric Microsurgery and Facial Reanimation Program is a partnership between Nationwide Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. It is one of the few programs in the country offering a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to pediatric microsurgery.
Our team provides comprehensive surgical care for infants, children and adolescents with inherited and acquired conditions, including major congenital anomalies, traumatic and burn injuries, and tumors.
The Pediatric Thyroid Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers comprehensive care for all thyroid diseases in children and adolescents.
Our Pharmacy is committed to ensuring the right child receives the right medication in the right dose by the right route at the right time. The Orange, Blue and Yellow pharmacies prepare and dispense prescriptions for patients and staff.
Photopheresis treatment can improve symptoms by treating white blood cells with ultraviolet-A (UVA) light.
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