Department of Pediatrics & Divisions
Asthma/Allergy and Clinical Immunology treats patients with asthma, hay fever, hives, sinusitis, food allergies, eczema and primary immune deficiencies.
Referrals to our Genetics Clinic can include personal and family histories of birth defects and other congenital anomalies, dysmorphic features, mental retardation, developmental delay, and known or suspected genetic conditions.
The Department of Pediatrics focuses on excellence in creating new approaches toward patient care, discovering new advances in biotechnology and developing effective educational programs for our students, residents, fellows and faculty.
Hematology/Oncology/Blood and Marrow Transplant treats infants, children, teens and young adults with blood disorders including cancer, non-malignant blood diseases, immunodeficiency states and bleeding disorders.
Adolescents have diverse health needs including those related to their physical development, nutrition, body image, emotional well-being and psychosocial health.
Hospital Medicine physicians (hospitalists) have special expertise allowing them to provide the very best care to hospitalized children of all ages.
Learn how our active and diverse program that exceeds the Children's Hospital Association criteria for center of excellence status through its comprehensive services including outstanding clinical care, education, research and advocacy.
We provides routine, urgent, and emergent consultative services for clinical problems including fevers of unknown origin, serious bacterial and viral infections, recurrent infections, CNS infections, infections in immunocompromised patients, and infections in newborns.
Child Development is dedicated to the care of children with developmental disabilities from infancy to adolescence.
The Pediatric Residency Training Program at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin provides a broad, well-balanced, and supportive training in an academic environment for those interested in all types of careers in pediatric medicine.
The Critical Care Department of Pediatrics, along with the Al McGuire Intensive Care Unit and Intermediate Intensive Care Unit of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, provides the highest quality of intensive care services for children in the Midwest.
The Neonatologists work together in providing comprehensive care for critically ill newborns and their families with the ultimate goal of improving neonatal care to enable these tiniest of patients to live healthy and productive lives.
The Division of Developmental Biology research interests focus on the genes involved in embryonic development in vertebrates.
The Pediatric Nephrology team provides comprehensive medical care to infants, children and adolescents with kidney disease, hypertension and urinary incontinence.
The Medical College of Wisconsin Pediatric Emergency Medicine includes information about Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Emergency, Emergency Medicine, Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, PEM, Project UJIMA, Wisconsin Poison Center.
The Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine was recently rated among the 10 best pulmonary groups in the nation by Child magazine. The division provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for common to complex conditions
Pediatric endocrinology is comprised of board-certified/board-eligible pediatric endocrinologists offering a full range of clinical services for pediatric patients with endocrine and growth disorders.
Learn about the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Residency Training Program.
The MCW Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition is a large specialty group associated with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, a free-standing 240 bed children's hospital located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Children's Hospital of Wisconsin pediatric rheumatology clinics care for children and adolescents with various rheumatic diseases, arthritis, lupus, myositis, dermatomyositis, vasculitis and scleroderma.
The doctors and personnel working in the Midtown Clinic, a Children's Hospital of Wisconsin clinic, are employed by the Medical College of Wisconsin. In addition to caring for your child, we are committed to training pediatric doctors of the future.
The Special Needs Program offers comprehensive care coordination for medically complex and fragile children who do not have existing care coordination services.