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A family choosing the flu shot

Why the whole family should get the flu shot

There’s nothing better than spending quality time together as a family, whether it’s going for a walk, eating dinner together or just hanging out at home. What’s NOT fun is when the whole family is sick. One way to prevent that is to be sure kids and adults get the flu vaccine each year. Learn more
Football player Gabe

Second opinion brings relief to teen suffering with GI issues

Gabe had always been a strong, healthy kid who rarely even caught a cold. At 5’10”, 240 lbs., he was a dedicated athlete who was excited to start his sophomore year playing offensive lineman for his high school football team. Between morning workouts in the weight room, afternoon football practice, and games for both the varsity and junior varsity teams, Gabe was exercising multiple times a day. Learn more

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Ranked among the best in the nation

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has been ranked among the best in the nation in 8 specialties included in U.S. News & World Report's 2018-19 Best Children's Hospitals report. Learn more

Stanford Virtual Heart is a cutting-edge virtual reality education tool

New virtual reality brings pediatric heart defects to life

The Stanford Virtual Heart is a cutting-edge virtual reality education tool. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin’s Herma Heart Institute is currently one of more than 20 children's hospitals (and 30 pilot sites overall) to have The Stanford Virtual Heart.  Learn more