The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt is a place to hope and a place to heal for patients and their families. Ranked as one of the 10 best children's hospitals and in the top 10 for pediatric cancer care in the nation by Child magazine, Vanderbilt Children's cares for many of the sickest pediatric patients in the region and beyond.
Vanderbilt Children's is the most comprehensive Children's Hospital in the state, providing services from cancer treatments, organ and bone marrow transplants to broken legs and everything in between.
We treat all children—Vanderbilt Children's has the only Pediatric Emergency Department in Middle Tennessee and more than 100,000 patients are seen in the outpatient clinics each year.
Constructed in 2004, the new freestanding children's hospital is filled with the latest, state-of-the-art equipment and information systems to provide the best treatment for patients and offers a variety of family accommodations to help fulfill its mission of family-centered care.
Vanderbilt Children's is a non-profit teaching and research hospital, and relies on the support of individuals and others to help children get well and on their way.
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