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For kids suffering with chronic stomach pain, a non-medical treatment pioneered at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin offers hope.
Our director of mental and behavioral health recently shared kids’ success stories with legislators in Madison in support of Assembly Bill 192.
Nineteen-month-old Jax Schmalzriedt spent 561 days at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin before being discharged in July.
Story appeared in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Post Crescent. Read the full Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article here.
For 10 years, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin has turned its lobby into a prom for its patients.
A recent New York Times article on a pediatric heart program in another state highlights the importance of volumes on surgical outcomes.
As part of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Kids in Crisis" series, this story explores the need for better access to mental and behavioral health for children and discusses the practices that are already in place.
In recognition of providing the best care to all injured kids, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has again been verified as a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons.
Since our founding in a small house on Brady Street in Milwaukee 125 years ago, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin nurses have been bringing kids the best care for the brightest future.
On May 22, 2017, Dr. Ronald Woods did something that had never been done before to save a young boy's life.