The 125 pediatric providers of the Children’s Health Alliance are organizing with Providence Children’s Health and Providence Health & Services to form a pediatric accountable care organization, or ACO.
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center has been recognized for efforts to encourage breast feeding by earning the Baby-Friendly designation from the World Health Organization and the United Nations Children’s Fund, or UNICEF.
Providence Children’s Health, a leader in caring for children in Oregon, and Shriners Hospitals for Children – Portland, the region’s largest pediatric orthopedic group, announce a unique collaboration that expanded pediatric orthopedic services in October.
Genevieve Buser, M.D., MSHP, has joined Providence as pediatric infectious disease specialist for Providence Children’s Health in Oregon. She...
With significantly more demand than available services in the community, children with special health care needs throughout Oregon will benefit significantly from the new Providence Children’s Development Institute. Learn about the new services, clinics and resources being planned for these children and their families.
New moms and their babies can find education, support and a range of the services they need at the Providence Mother and Baby Clinic on the Providence Milwaukie Hospital campus.
In April, pediatric neurologist Kit Yeng Lim, M.D., MA, will begin seeing patients at Providence Child Center to support families living in east Portland. The new clinic will also support patients receiving developmental health care from Providence Neurodevelopmenal Center for Children, Specialty Pediatric Dental Clinic, Swindells Resource Center and the Center for Medically Fragile Children.