Children’s ER

Medical emergencies are never fun, especially for children. At Renown Children's Hospital’s ER, we're making the experience more pleasant. Kids are greeted with playful treatment areas, child-sized medical equipment and a healthcare team that is as good with kids as it is with medicine.

For more information on what you can expect when you visit the Children's ER, you can watch this short video.

Virtual Tour of Children's ER

Before Your Visit

It's normal to be nervous about a hospital visit. And we know that the more you know about what to expect, the better your kids will feel.

Please bring your insurance card and any orders from your child’s physician.

Learn your way around Renown Children's Hospital

Children's ER
Depending on your child's treatment, you'll probably be able to stay with your child and your child will be able to have visits from friends and other family members. Take time before your visit to learn how to get to the hospital, where to park and where to go once you get here.

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Talk with your child

Here are some tips to make your hospital stay easier.

The Children's ER Care Team

Your child's care at Renown Children's Hospital is founded on a concept called “family-centered care.” We believe this will help your child heal faster and get home quicker. Therefore, you are a critical member of your child's care team.

All physicians and employees wear ID badges with their name, department and photo. Your care team may include certified physicians, registered nurses, nutritionists, dietitians, physical therapists, speech therapists, respiratory care practitioners and child-life specialists.

Other resources

Books About Visiting the Doctor

  • "Corduroy Goes to the Doctor" by L. McCue
  • "Going to the Doctor" by Anne Civardi

Books About Visiting the Hospital

  • "Franklin Goes to the Hospital" by Paulette Bourgeois
  • "Clifford Visits the Hospital"  by Norman Bridwell
  • "Going to the Hospital" by Anne Civardi
  • "Curious George Goes to the Hospital" by H. Rey
clifford, Children's ER

Books for Brothers, Sisters or Friends

  • "When Molly Was in the Hospital: A Book for Brothers and Sisters of Hospitalized Children" by D. Duncan
  • "Why, Charlie Brown, Why?: A Story About What Happens When a Friend is Very Ill" by Charles Schulz

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