We provide hope, healing, and the best health care for children and their families.
Phoenix Children’s will be the premier regional pediatric center in the Southwest, nationally recognized as one of the best for pediatric care, innovative research and medical education.
WHO WE ARE
Phoenix Children’s was named one of 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s, a leading health care business publication.
U.S. News & World Report again ranked Phoenix Children’s as a Best Children’s Hospital, recognizing its clinical excellence in all ten medical specialties for the first time.
To effectively serve a rapidly growing pediatric population, Phoenix Children’s is building a comprehensive pediatric health care delivery system.
No contemporary behavioral health delivery system currently exists in Arizona. Phoenix Children’s aims to change that.
The Phoenix Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders programs treat a wide range of complex conditions, including solid tumors, leukemia, hemophilia, sickle cell disease and histiocytosis.
The Phoenix Children’s Heart Center is one of only six programs in the country to receive a three-star rating from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), the highest designation a program can receive.
With the support of strategic partnerships, a robust research infrastructure and an expanding team of pediatric experts, Phoenix Children’s is poised to lead the field of pediatric personalized medicine into the future.
Phoenix Children’s advocacy work falls into two categories: improving access to care and responding to community needs.
Educated parents and strong communities are the keys to keeping children safe and well.
LIVES WE’VE CHANGED
After traveling 7,500 miles from Iraq with just a medical escort by his side, 10-year-old Hussein was met by a dozen doctors he didn’t know, speaking a language he couldn’t understand. But instead of fear he felt hope. They just might help him see again.
“My experience as a patient at Phoenix Children’s taught me how each interaction with a Hospital employee can affect your day,” Amanda said. “It shapes the way I provide nursing care.”
“Emery is constantly reminded of his limitations,” his mom Lori said. “Instead of letting that hold him back, he uses it as a launching pad to inspire other kids.”