Pediatric services at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital at UM Capital Region Medical Center offers your child a wide range of treatment options for many different conditions.
Our goal is to support your child’s healing and to encourage and empower you throughout your stay.
Our 15-bed hospital provides inpatient and outpatient services:
- Developmental and behavioral pediatric psychology
- Breastfeeding and lactation consultation
- Pediatric cardiology
- Diabetes education
- Occupational therapy
- Orthopedic conditions
- Physical therapy, medicine and rehabilitation
- Sleep clinic
- Speech language pathology
Our team works closely with you and your child throughout your entire hospital stay to provide the best care for your child. We encourage parents to be part of all discussions with your physician/nurse practitioner.
The Center for Neonatal Transitional Care (CNTC)
CNTC serves pre-term infants who no longer need to be in a NICU, yet continue to need a medically supportive environment to ensure their growth, feeding, and readiness to go home. We provide comprehensive care for infants with pulmonary disease and other complications of prematurity and neonatal abstinence syndrome.
Pediatric Complex Care Program
The Pediatric Complex Care Program offers treatment for respiratory diseases, complex nutritional and feeding needs, genetic disorders, cardiac care, and other chronic conditions including supportive rehabilitation therapies. In addition, we provide antibiotic IV therapy and patient/family education for inpatients who will face issues and challenges after transitioning back to home, school, and everyday life.