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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top pediatric hospitals, ranked 4th in the country by Parents magazine and in all 10 specialties 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.
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Children’s Research Institute works hard to advance state-of-the-art pediatric health care through translational research programs. Learn more.
Ranked in all 10 specialties
U.S. News & World Report ranks Children's Hospital of Wisconsin among the nation's best in all 10 specialties in its 2014-2015 Best Children's Hospitals Report. 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.
Oliver's life-saving surgery at our Herma Heart Center
Born with a rare heart defect, Oliver had life-saving surgery at our Herma Heart Center. Today, he's pure energy and laughter. As his sister tells it, Children's Hospital made Oliver "very much better." Watch this video.
Colds, strep throat and dry skin: Keeping kids healthy in winter
It’s time to start preparing for colds, flu, strep throat, ear infections, dry skin — all those health issues that tend to pop up in children as the temperature drops. Learn more.