St. Vincent Mercy Children's Hospital

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Since 1999, St. Vincent Mercy Children's Hospital has brought together a broad spectrum of physicians, researchers, educators, nurses and allied health professionals specializing in the unique needs of children. St. Vincent Mercy Children's Hospital, member of the Mercy Health Partners System – a seven hospital faith-based system serving Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, is dedicated to ongoing teaching, research and providing high-level patient care. In 2007, it recorded 2,099 patient admissions. St. V's Children's has approximately 238 physicians on its medical staff.

St. Vincent Mercy Children’s Hospital provides the highest level of specialized pediatric care in the area

Over 20 Pediatric subspecialties located on campus, the largest group of pediatric specialists in the region all in one place

72 bed impatient care including: a 16-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, 30-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and 26-bed general Pediatric Unit

Emergency Medicine Services specifically focused on the needs of children through the ages of 17 and their families, including St. Vincent/University of Toledo/St. Rita’s Life Flight Program and Trauma Program

79% of region’s pediatric trauma patients are cared for at St. V's Children's

Cardiovascular Services, including cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, non-invasive/invasive diagnostics

Children’s Sleep Disorder Clinic provides evaluation and treatment of sleeping problems & disorders occurring in childhood and adolescence

Infant Apnea Monitoring Program- Working with parents of babies who have the potential for apneic episodes to educate them on intervention techniques and monitoring equipment

30-bed Level III Neonatal ICU state-of-the art unit, which uses the latest technology and a family-centered approach to deliver the highest level of care

Pediatric Hematology Oncology Services - the regions’ most comprehensive resources for children with cancer

Pediatric Neurology Services- Providing one-to-one nursing care, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to Pediatric Neonatal ICU and Pediatric ICU

Pediatric Therapy Services- Pediatric Therapy offers Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy services on an outpatient basis

Clinic-Home-Intensive-Program, or CHIP, for preschool children, ages 3-5, with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) – the only program of its type in the region that specializes in comprehensive, individualized treatment for children with ASD with an emphasis on empowering parents as crucial team members in the care and treatment of their child

Child Health Advocacy Services - acts on behalf of children to create an environment in the home, community, or the nation that supports child health and optimal childhood development with focuses on three areas: Personal Advocacy, Public Policy, and System Development