— For the fourth time, Phoenix Children’s Hospital earned national rankings by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals in 10 out of 10 specialties. The health system is the only children’s hospital in Arizona ever to have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and one of only 24 children’s hospitals in the United States to rank in all 10 surveyed specialties for 2020-2021.
— Phoenix Children’s is working tirelessly to care for our patients and remains committed to supporting the state and our community as Arizona continues to work through the challenges of COVID-19. Since the start of this pandemic, Phoenix Children’s has taken a number of steps to ensure that we can continue to provide care to Arizona’s pediatric population.
— Like health care professionals worldwide, Phoenix Children’s staff are working tirelessly to care for our patients and serve this community. We are immensely proud of them and grateful for their work.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital provides resources to help prevent child drownings through partnership, sharing evidence-based resources to community
— As Arizonans continue to abide by COVID 19 social distancing restrictions, drowning risk for Arizona’s children is expected to rise. Toddlers in Arizona are already drowning at double the national rate. Economic hardship is also increasing caregiver stress, childcare options are severely limited, and families are confined to apartments and single-family homes, where drowning risk is highest.
— Phoenix Children’s has just learned that a physician at one of our ambulatory clinics has tested positive for COVID-19. As part of our commitment to transparency, and to ensure our community has the most up-to-date and accurate information, we are sharing all pertinent details in this statement and will update our website and social pages as new information emerges.
— Neonatology at Phoenix Children’s, ranked among the nation’s top programs by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals,” announced today that Gregory Martin, MD, FAAP, will serve as Division Chief of Neonatology for Phoenix Children’s Hospital East Valley.
Phoenix-area partnership creates Arizona’s only Tourette Association of America Center of Excellence
— The Phoenix Tourette Syndrome, a unique partnership between Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Banner Sun Health Research Institute, has been verified as a Center of Excellence by the Tourette Association of America, an institution that aims to advance research and advocacy for Tourette Syndrome and other tic disorders.
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