Flu Season Visitor Guidelines
Providence is taking special steps during this flu season to protect people who face increased risk if exposed to the flu virus. Visitors are limited to people over age 12, with some exceptions. Read more ›
Au-di-ol-o-gists: Audiologists are the primary health-care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children. (American Academy of Audiology)
Emergency department physicians can now connect with a Portland-based pediatric intensivist through a secure videoconferencing TeleHealth platform....
At Providence, we have a large number of family doctors and pediatricians who can care for your child from birth through their teen years.
The therapeutic recreation team at Providence Child Center provides recreational opportunities for our kids that enhance their health, functional abilities, independence and quality of life.
Short-stay medical management is available for children who need nutritional assessment and support, seizure management, medical management, post-surgical care, interdisciplinary assessments, pain management and end-of-life care.
When your child is sick, every decision is important. Having a pediatrician you trust is equally important. The pediatricians and pediatric nurse...
The subacute unit specializes in the care of medically complex children who are ventilator supported, receiving intravenous nutrition, or need significant nursing care.
Caring for a child with complex medical needs is a 24-hour commitment. That’s why we offer help for families meeting the challenge.