The best is all we've got. At Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, we see kids of all ages for everything from serious procedures to routine checkups.
We’re ranked #4 in the nation by Parents magazine because of the love and care we put into improving the lives of children and their families.
Providing the best care for kids goes beyond treating them only when they are sick. Learn about our injury prevention and wellness programs, advocacy networks, foster and adoption services and more.
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Our Herma Heart Center is one of the country's top programs for treating heart disease in children. Learn more.
We are committed to being a key partner and valuable resource for medical professionals. Whether you need to make a referral, talk about a patient, earn CME credits or research various care topics, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is here for you. Learn more.
Children’s Research Institute works hard to advance state-of-the-art pediatric health care through translational research programs. Learn more.
Ranked #4 in the nation by Parents magazine
Parents magazine ranked Children's Hospital of Wisconsin fourth in the nation in its 2013 Best Children's Hospitals survey. We also are in the top 10 for all six of the specialty areas the magazine ranked. Learn more.
Nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report
Our specialties in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Neonatology and Pulmonology are among the nine specialty areas ranked by U.S. News & World Report in their 2013-14 Best Children's Hospitals report. Learn more.
Our free mobile app: Children's On Call
It can be hard to know what to do if your child gets sick or injured. Our free mobile app offers informed decisions on what kind of care your child might need and tips for making your little one feel better. Download now.
How to treat and prevent nosebleeds in children
Although it can be scary when a child gets a nosebleed, it’s usually not dangerous. Parents should know the techniques to treat and prevent nosebleeds in children. Learn more.