We care for kids and young adults with cancer through our program, Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Drawing on the expertise of St. Louis Children’s pediatric cancer doctors, Siteman Cancer Center and Washington University physicians, we combine the most advanced medical treatments and innovation with compassion and family-centered care.
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 Pediatric Stroke and Cerebrovascular Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of stroke in children.
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 4,000 patients with cleft lip and cleft palate, and another 2,800 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.
At St. Louis Children's Hospital, we've been helping children who need craniosynostosis surgery for over 35 years, so we are prepared with answers to all of your questions. We have treated hundreds of children for all types of craniosynostosis.
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.
- Child Life Services
- Community Education
- Advocacy and Outreach
- Family Resource Center
- Home Care and Hospice -- The Wings Program
- Medical Records
- Patient- and Family-Centered Care
- Social Work and Chaplaincy
- Spiritual Care
Services for Families
- 454.TEEN: A Helpline for Parents of Teens
- 454.KIDS: Answer Line
- View our Family and Patient Guide to Services
- Patient and Family Centered Care Council
- Patient Gifts and Greetings
- Hospital Amenities
- Edison Cafe
- Guest Services Information Desk
- Olson Family Garden
- Sibling Playroom
- Ronald McDonald Family Room
Children's Hospital at Missouri Baptist Medical Center
Offers pediatric emergency services staffed by Washington University Physicians, and six inpatient beds that allow referring physicians to admit children overnight for observation or treatment. Services are provided on the medical center campus at 3015 North Ballas Road in west St. Louis County.
Children's Hospital at Progress West Hospital
Provides dedicated pediatric emergency services staffed by Washington University Physicians, along with two pediatric inpatient rooms. Progress West is located at the intersection of Highway 40 and K in O'Fallon, Missouri.
St. Louis Children's Specialty Care Center
The St. Louis Children’s Specialty Care Center is an outpatient facility in west St. Louis County focused exclusively on providing the very best care for young patients. The Specialty Care Center features a range of pediatric medical services, conveniently located at Highway 40/I-64 and Mason Road.
St. Louis Children's Hospital is dedicated to our patients' and families' ongoing care. To assist with the entire process of healing, St. Louis Children's Hospital offers these support groups.
Asthma -- A.C.E.--Asthma Control Education
For caregivers and their children with asthma
Designed to help parents and siblings cope with the death of a child
Cameron’s Smile Brachial Plexus Palsy Support Group
Assisting parents, children and adults affected by brachial plexus injuries
Cardiology -- Heart to Heart
For parents and caregivers of children with heart defects
Cochlear Implant Support Groups
For Cochlear Implant patients and families
HIV/AIDS -- H.E.Y.--Health and Education for Youth Support Group
For adolescents with HIV/AIDS
Neuro-oncology Support Group
For families of children diagnosed with a brain tumor or cancer of the brain
St. Louis Bladder Exstrophy Support Group
For patients and families dealing with bladder exstrophy issues. The BE support group is open to patients of all ages and their families who are dealing with bladder exstrophy issues. the group provides support and information to help all understand and cope with this condition. For contact information call: Janet Vogt at 314.454.6197.