Medical Care

Hospitals that Serve Children

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Children’s Home of Pittsburgh and Lemieux Family Center
Pediatric specialty hospital for infants and children, including transitional infant care services.
Other programs include Child’s Way (day care for children with medical needs, ages birth through age 8); the Lemieux Family Center (family spaces where families can play and receive guidance, education, and support); and the infant adoption program.
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Pediatric hospital with Pediatric, Cardiac, and Neonatal Intensive Care Units; operating suites including minimally invasive surgery suites; full range of pediatric subspecialty services; and 31 pediatric and adolescent primary care offices in 8 local counties. Some pediatric specialty services are available in the north, south, and east suburbs of Pittsburgh, and in surrounding areas outside Allegheny County.
The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh
Pediatric hospital with specialty programs for Prader-Willi syndrome, reflex neurovascular dystrophy, obesity, feeding disorders, acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, cardiac recovery, autism, and respite care. Outpatient services include OT, PT, SLP, nutrition, psychology, neuropsychology, and evaluations for home accessibility, assistive technology, and special equipment. There are three suburban locations in addition to one in Squirrel Hill. Project STAR provides adoption services for children with special needs.
Allegheny Health Services (AHS)

AHS at Allegheny General Hospital (AGH)
Ambulatory pediatrics, inpatient pediatrics, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Critical Care Unit

WPAHS at West Penn Hospital (WPH)
Inpatient pediatric care in the burn unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Outpatient pediatric services in some medical specialties.

WPAHS at Forbes Hospital
Inpatient pediatric care, newborn nursery, pediatric critical care, and outpatient pediatric services.