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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top pediatric hospitals, ranked in all ten specialties reviewed by U.S News & World Report. We have over 500 pediatric-trained doctors who see kids of all ages for everything from serious procedures to routine checkups. And we complement our nationally-ranked clinical care with robust community support programs that keep kids safe and healthy.
If you have a bill from Children's Hospital of Wisconsin:
For questions about your bill from Children's, call (414) 266-6262 or toll-free (888) 449-4998.
For questions about your bill from the Medical College of Wisconsin, call (414) 456-4511 or toll-free (800) 242-1649.
Children’s Research Institute works hard to advance state-of-the-art pediatric health care through translational research programs. Learn more.
100% kids and teens: Why choose Children's Hospital of Wisconsin?
We know that kids are not just little adults, and that they need people to care for them who are specially trained to understand their developing bodies. At Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, it’s all kids — all the time. Watch this video
to learn more.
How can I tell if a child needs ear tubes?
By the time your child reaches 3 years old, in all likelihood he or she will have experienced one — if not several — ear infections. How can a parent tell if their child needs ear tubes? Dr. Conley explains what parents need to know on our blog. Learn more.
Keep Medicaid strong—contact your legislator today!
More than 55 percent of patients at Children’s are covered by Medicaid. Congress will make important decisions about Medicaid and it’s important that elected officials hear from you. We encourage you to contact your federal representatives and tell them to keep Medicaid strong for kids.
Ranked among the best in the nation
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has been ranked among the best in the nation in all 10 specialties included in U.S. News & World Report's 2016-17 Best Children's Hospitals report. Learn more.