Community Health Network’s pediatric health services provide care for children—newborns through age 17. Our staff treats children and parents together, making sure they are both cared for and well informed. You can count on Community hospitals for the finest inpatient, outpatient, behavioral and ambulatory care services for your child.
Promises to parents of our youngest patients
We promise to provide:
- High quality and safe care
- A compassionate experience
- A special experience
- A timely experience
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KidsExpress is available seven days a week to assist children with common illness or injuries—when you need urgent pediatric care quickly.
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Classes and events
Community Health Network offers a variety of helpful classes for new parents and children. Sign up for a breastfeeding support class or an educational session to learn more about your infant or child's growth. Learn more >>
Pediatric unit at Community Hospital North
When it comes to caring for kids, our patients have come to expect the exceptional treatment Community Hospital North provides. The pediatric unit was designed by kids and their parents, as well as doctors and nurses, combining the most advanced technology and highest level of clinical care with the special health and healing needs of kids. Visit the pediatric unit >>
Pediatric hospitalist services
In addition to the most specialized care and technology, we've also added a team of well-trained pediatric hospitalists. These unique experts are trained pediatricians who work only in the hospital to care for pediatric patients. In addition, the hospitalists partner with each child's personal physician in delivering care while the child is in the hospital. Learn more about pediatric hospitalist services >>
Pediatric first aid
For basic questions about medical situations and children, please visit Pediatric HouseCalls Online. There you'll find information about childhood conditions and specific information about when you should go to the emergency room or contact your doctor. It's great for "after hours" when you just want another opinion about the type of care you should seek for your child.