ABOUT N.C. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
North Carolina Children's Hospital protects the health and well-being
of North Carolina's 2.3 million children by aligning premier health
care practitioners, world-class medical education, and innovative,
interdisciplinary research to provide the highest-quality,
family-centered care, regardless of a family's ability to
As a major referral center for children with complex and chronic
conditions, we work hand-in-hand with community hospitals and
pediatricians across the state, providing specialty care to more than
70,000 children from all 100 counties each year.
- Our world-class physicians and other clinicians
represent all pediatric subspecialties and are capable of treating
children with virtually any disease or disorder.
- Total beds: 150, including:
- 48-bed Level IV NICU
- 10-bed Level III NICU
- 20-bed PICU
- By the Numbers
Inpatient visits in 2012: 8,890
Outpatient visits in 2012: 96,269
- In 2012, we treated children from all 100 counties in North
Carolina and from 43 states across the country.
PATIENT'S INTUITION LEADS TO
"Had I gone to sleep that night, I would
never have woken up," says Victoria, a UNC sophomore
(pictured with Carlton Zdanski, MD). This past summer,
Victoria received the same diagnosis four times in three days: strep
throat. Still, she sensed something was dreadfully wrong and finally
came to the ER. As it turns out, she arrived not a moment too
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