Our care team of pediatric specialists offer advanced individualized care, so you and your child get the care and support you need by professionals who live in our community.
We have an entire network of services, including the Renown Children’s Hospital David & Judy Hess Children’s Imaging Center, ER, Wilbur D. May Pediatric ICU, Children’s Surgery Program, Infusion Center, lab services, pediatric primary care providers and specialists — all dedicated to your child’s health and well-being.
Pediatric Conditions We Treat
- Lung Disorders
- Blood Disorders
- Behavioral Health
Our Pediatric Specialists Commitment to Care
At Renown Medical Group Pediatric Specialists, our goal is to help children of all ages manage or overcome their conditions. Our family-centered care approach gives you an active role alongside our specialists to deliver the best possible care and outcome for your child. We provide access to clinical trials and specialized treatments through our partnership with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
sexuality. A provider who specializes in Adolescent Medicine provides care in many areas, including:
- Helping adolescents transition from pediatric to adult healthcare
- Prevention of high risk behaviors, depression and eating disorders
- Stress management and mental health screening
- Gynecology, including birth control and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) prevention
- Sports, including head injury and concussion
- Nutrition management
Why Choose Us
We're dedicated to help you keep your little ones safe, happy and healthy — in the womb, on the playground and well into their teens.
Pediatric hematologist/oncologists have specialized training in treating children and their unique needs after diagnosis. These doctors know how to examine and treat children in a way that makes them relaxed.
Your child will also receive personalized care from dedicated pediatric nurses and Child Life Specialists who are trained to work with children in medical settings.
This helps decrease the anxiety that can accompany medical situations, making children feel more comfortable during their visits.