Quick action by her pediatricians and highly specialized care helped 10-year-old Caroline overcome an abdominal tumor.
On a late Sunday afternoon in early August, after a long, hot weekend of playing and swimming and running around, 10-year-old Henry Copps came home for dinner complaining of a stomach ache. As active kids of that age are prone
After suffering an inexplicable stroke as an infant, Kade Lubner experienced debilitating seizures throughout his life.
As a pediatric nurse for 12 years, it was exciting to see NBC Nightly News visit Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and highlight something we do here all the time for our patients to put them at ease.
Never before in the United States has a baby survived when born without a trachea, otherwise known as the windpipe.
I recently had the opportunity on our Facebook page to give a live tour of an operating room and explain how our pediatric surgical center is equipped to give the best surgical care for kids.
Millions of children in the United States undergo surgery every year, but many are having the procedures done in general hospitals that are not best equipped to give them the specialized care.
At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, one of our fundamental beliefs is that treating kids is different than treating adults, and that the best possible care only comes through specialized pediatric training.