Children's Hospital of Wisconsin offers a truly unique approach to asthma, allergy and immunology diagnosis and care. Our board-certified, award-winning specialists provide comprehensive care for the entire family.
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The Children's team is the only one of its kind on the combined Children's-Froedtert campus. That means we diagnose and treat both adults and children, which can be especially helpful for families with multiple allergies or asthma-sufferers.
We offer specialized services that allow us to develop unique treatments for patients with complex conditions, including allergy and respiratory care. These include our Primary Immunodeficiency Program, Asthma Plus Program and clinical nutrition services.
Leaders in immunology
Children's partners with the Medical College of Wisconsin as a regional and national (international) leader in the field of immunology research and treatment. We are a Jeffrey Modell Diagnostic Center for Primary Immunodeficiencies. That means we offer a full range of treatments for immune diseases. We are also dedicated to research that helps us improve our diagnostic testing and care.
In addition, our very own Clinical Immunodiagnostic & Research Laboratory (CIRL) offers some of the most advanced testing in the country. As a result, we get quicker, better results for you and your children.
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Treatments and tests
Primary Immunodeficiency Program
Our team of specialists diagnoses and treats complex primary immune deficiencies (non-AIDS) in both children and adults.
Groundbreaking testing program for newborns
Children's Hospital and the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene lead the nation and make Wisconsin the first state to pilot a newborn screening test program for severe combined immunodeficiency.
Jeffrey Modell Diagnostic Center
Since 1987, the Jeffrey Modell Foundation has worked to build diagnostic centers across the country to research and improve treatments for primary immunodeficiencies.