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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.
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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.
Pediatric trained: Why choose Children's Hospital of Wisconsin?
Doctors who normally see adult patients could have trouble spotting pediatric illnesses. But our docs have seen it all, from the routine to the very complex. When it comes to treating kids, we know what to do. Watch this video
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Coming clean about how often kids need baths
How often do kids need baths? According to Dr. Miller, you might be able to relax your bath time schedule without throwing in the towel on health and cleanliness. Learn more.
Proud to be a Level I Children’s Surgery Center
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has been verified as a Level I Children’s Surgery Center by the American College of Surgeons. This is the highest level of distinction for hospitals that perform complex surgical procedures in newborns, children and teens. Learn more.
Picky eaters put parents in a pickle
Many parents blame themselves for their child’s picky eating, thinking it must be their fault for not introducing certain foods early enough or being too lax in discipline. There are several schools of thought on how to deal with picky eaters. Learn more.