The Pediatric Department includes 10 physicians. The provides provide a comprehensive array of general, tertiary, and subspecialty care for children. Department of Pediatrics is dedicated to:
- providing the finest patient care possible now and in the future
- training tomorrow's pediatricians for excellence
- advocating for the physical, mental, social and emotional health of all children
- discovering and developing new treatments and therapies for diseases in children
- developing the leading edge of pediatric medical care.
There are general inpatient beds, pediatric intensive care beds, neonatal intensive care beds and newborn bassinets.
There are more than 2 139 visits to the Outpatient Centers annually for general and subspecialty care.
Our patient population is large and varied, providing a broad clinical experience.
Neonatal units have a number of cots that are used for intensive, high-dependency and special care for newborn babies.
It always maintains close links with the hospital maternity department, in the interest of babies and their families.
Neonatal units have the philosophy that, whenever possible, mother and baby should be together.
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