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    The Pain Clinic at St. Louis Children's Hospital strives to utilize a team approach including nurses, physicians, and other pediatric specialists in developing diagnosis and treatment plans for patients with complex pain issues. 

    The staff of the Pediatric Acute Wound Service (PAWS) are specially trained in burn and wound care, and treat children in the hospital and as outpatients. With PAWS, children who do not necessarily need to be hospitalized can have their wound issues addressed daily as needed in an outpatient setting.

    The Pediatric Advance Care Team (PACT) cares for patients diagnosed with many life-threatening illnesses, such as neuromuscular disease, heart disease, infectious disease, pulmonary conditions, cancer, genetic or metabolic conditions or transplant. Working as a team with a child’s health care providers and specialists, the PACT provides a well-coordinated approach to physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.

    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.

    The mission of the St. Louis Children's Hospital Department of Pharmacy is "to do what's right for kids" through the provision of pharmaceutical care. The pharmacy team is committed to providing the highest quality of pharmaceutical services.

    The Pediatric Plastic Surgery Department at St. Louis Children's Hospital provides care for a full spectrum of congenital and acquired deformities, as well as focused services in cleft lip/palate and other craniofacial birth defects, congenital and acquired hand defects, blood vessel malformations and adolescent cosmetic surgery of the face and breasts.

    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. 

    St. Louis Children’s Hospital offers a comprehensive a team of professionals who are committed to providing high-quality psychological care for children. Our doctoral-level psychologists and neuropsychologists work closely together to offer the most advanced psychological services available for children and adolescents.

    To accurately diagnose and treat pediatric patients with allergy or pulmonary difficulties, the specialists utilize a fully equipped Pulmonary Function Laboratory to evaluate all aspects of lung function.