Children’s Hospital Research Institute

Children’s Hospital Research Institute

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Milwaukee United States

Children’s Hospital Research Institute

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Milwaukee United States

Sep 29, 1:55 PM

We snapped this adorable picture of 2-month-old Emmaline during her wellness check with Dr. LaBarge at our Mayfair Pediatrics primary care office in Wauwatosa. How cute! Do you know a family expecting a baby or looking for a pediatrician? Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin has more than 20 primary care offices conveniently located throughout Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin, including Mayfair Pediatrics. And yes, Dr. LaBarge is accepting new patients! Visit our website or call (414) 266-1660 to find a pediatrician at any of our primary care offices.

Sep 28, 4:05 PM

We snapped this picture of 15-year-old Emily and nurse Sara in our hospital earlier today. Five years ago, Emily was diagnosed with Crohns disease, a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that affects her digestive tract. To help Emily manage her flare-ups from her Crohns disease, shes in our hospital being evaluated by specialists in our Gastroenterology, Liver and Nutrition Program. Mom said, ""Its never easy watching your child be sick, but anytime we walk through these hospital doors, I know were in the right hands. Stay strong, Emily! #IBD #crohnsdisease

Sep 27, 10:20 AM

Take a moment to think of all the children being cared for right now in this building. Some are recovering from traumatic injuries, some are being diagnosed with unimaginable diseases, some are searching for answers to unexplained illnesses and others are fighting for their lives. Whether its serious or routine, every family we care for inspires us.

Sep 26, 6:45 PM

We snapped this adorable picture of 8-day-old Asher getting lots of love from his mom in our NICU today. Asher was born missing a part of his brain that helps the left and right sides of his brain talk to each other After Mom got the diagnosis at her 20-week ultrasound, she was cared for by specialists in our Fetal Concerns Center through the rest of her pregnancy. Asher was born in the Froedtert Birth Center, which is co-located within Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin, and was immediately transferred into our NICU. Here, he continues to receive care for his rare birth defect (agenesis of the corpus callosum). Mom said, My world turned upside down when I got the diagnosis and learned my perfect baby wasnt textbook perfect. But the doctors, nurses and staff in the Fetal Concerns Center were simply wonderful, especially Dr. Peterson and nurse Emily. From day one, we knew we were in the best possible hands at Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin. Stay strong, Asher! #NICU