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    The pediatric hematology/oncology program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital is the largest comprehensive program for children with blood diseases or cancer in the region. We provide state of the art care for children of all ages in an environment that is uniquely designed for the pediatric patient.

    The Pediatric Cancer Predisposition Program identifies at-risk children through genetic testing and diagnostic screenings, and can increase the likelihood of early detection and treatment.

    The Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery team at St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides diagnosis and treatment of acquired heart problems and congenital heart disease or heart malfunction in children.

    Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is a method for treatment of spastic cerebral palsy offered at the Center for Cerebral Palsy Spasticity at the St. Louis Children's Hospital.  We have over 24 years experience performing selective dorsal rhizotomies with unequalled knowledge of post-surgical outcomes.

    The Center for Foot Disorders at St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides care for congenital and acquired foot deformities. Many adult foot ailments have their origins in childhood, but if foot problems are detected early, treatment during childhood can minimize the impact of these ailments later in life.

    The Center for Pediatric Spinal Disorders is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary center between Orthopedics and Neurosurgery where patients have access to physicians, nurses and therapists.

    The Cerebral Palsy (CP) Center diagnoses and treats infants, children and adolescents with cerebral palsy.  Our approach is comprehensive, pro-active, and individualized.

    The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital specializes in the diagnosis and the treatment of disorders of emotion, cognition and/or behavior affecting children from infancy to age 21. 

    The Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Institute at St. Louis Children's Hospital, established in 1978 as part of the Division of Plastic Surgery, has treated more than 3,050 patients with cleft lip and cleft palate, and another 2,400 with major craniofacial anomalies.

    We have been involved with cochlear implants since the mid 1980s, with over 550 pediatric cochlear implant surgeries completed thus far at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, including a rapidly increasing number of bilateral cochlear implantations.

    Babies born with congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) face continuing medical challenges. The CDH clinic at St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides follow up medical care, support and guidance for CDH patients through age 5.

    The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at St. Louis Children's Hospital is known worldwide for the care we provide to critically ill children. Our unit includes 30 beds with predominantly private rooms for each patient.

    Our comprehensive, accredited Cystic Fibrosis Center has one major goal -- to cure cystic fibrosis. Our Cystic Fibrosis Pediatric Center keeps growing, and we now see 230 children and adolescents regularly.