Kids needs are unique… their doctors should be, too
Golfers need different clubs for different strokes, just like kids need the different specialty services for different health issues that concern them. Niswonger Children’s Hospital offers more than 20 comprehensive specialty services to treat the unique health needs of kids including:
We understand that young women have unique health care needs.
Our team provides primary care and specialized care for tweens, teens and young adults. We offer specialized services and a wellness approach to preventative medicine.
Our mission is to provide top-notch clinical services in pediatric allergy and immunology care.
We offer pediatric cardiac care for newborns, childrens and young adults who have heart conditions.
Our team employs an integrated and multidisciplinary approach to minimize the impact of child abuse and neglect on children of all ages in our community.
The Children’s Resource Center serves as a hub for outreach, advocacy, education and support for children and their families in our communities.
Critical care helps people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses, such as complications from surgery, accidents and other severe trauma, infections, heart attacks and severe breathing problems.
Our pediatric dentistry team at Niswonger Children’s Hospital cares for children, adolescents, teens and people with special health care needs.
We provide diagnostic and therapeutic services for infants, children and adolescents with skin disorders.
The Niswonger Children’s Hospital ER is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to pediatric patients, and is the only pediatric-specific, 24-hour emergency department in the region.
The Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes team provides care for children with hormone and gland problems.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital offers evaluation and treatment for children with gastroenterology and nutritional problems involving the digestive system or liver.
A hospitalist is a physician whose primary responsibility is to coordinate your care while you are in the hospital.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital provides care for children and adolescents with a variety of infections.
The Niswonger Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a top facility in Tennessee, treating about 500 babies a year.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital specializes in the diagnosis, management and treatment of children with a variety of acute and chronic kidney-related disorders.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital specializes in the diagnosis, management and treatment of children with a variety of neurologic conditions.
The Niswonger Pediatric Therapy Services department is comprised of physical, occupational and speech speech language pathologists.
Our Niswonger Children’s Hospital perinatology specialists provide care for pregnant women and their fetuses.
Our pediatric pharmacology team provides individualized drug therapy and treatment regimens, including inpatient services and drug monitoring services.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital offers comprehensive treatment of congenital, inherited and acquired disorders of the lungs and respiratory system.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital and the St. Jude’s Affiliate Clinic are served by a long association with Dr. Nathan Floyd and Dr. Colvett.
The Pediatric Orthopedic Clinic at Niswonger Children’s Hospital treats pediatric orthopedic conditions in the following areas: scoliosis and other spinal abnormalities, pediatric sports injuries, cerebral palsy, clubfoot and other problems of the foot, limb deficiencies, prosthetic restoration, spina bifida and brittle bone disease.
All pediatric hematology and oncology care at Niswonger Children’s Hospital is provided through the St. Jude Tri-Cities Affiliate Clinic, located within the hospital.
Niswonger Children’s Hospital provides general and specialized surgery services to infants, children and adolescents and young adults.