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Behavioral Health (Adolescent Medicine)

The Division of Adolescent Medicine provides clinical services along with positive development approaches, using creative treatment in a youth-friendly environment to support youth who would be unlikely more traditional mental health services.

323-361-3189

Behavioral Health (Hematology/Oncology)

Sometimes even the strongest children and families need extra support while their child is undergoing medical treatment for cancer or a blood disease. Our HOPE Behavioral Health Service provides psychological consultation, evaluation, and treatment for families using techniques and interventions that are supported by research.

323-361-8953

Bibliotherapy

The Literally Healing program uses a library of 1,000 specially selected books designed to help children build mastery, courage and hope during their stay at Children's Hospital Los Angeles to lift their spirits and provide them with a source of distraction during their recovery.

Billing Information

We work with your family to support coverage for the care that your child receives. You will receive two bills for care when you visit the hospital’s main campus—one for the hospital’s support of your care and one from your child’s physician.

Bladder Extrophy/Genitourinary Reconstruction

Surgeons from the Division of Urology have the specialized expertise and access to a team of specialists (such as orthopedic surgeons and neonatologists) to develop the most appropriate treatment plan for children who require this type of care.

323-361-2247

Bleeding Disorders

Children and young adults with bleeding and clotting disorders are treated by specialists in Hematology.

323-361-4141

Blog

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles posts updates about pediatric health, injury prevention and inspiring stories of what our patients are doing now here.

Blood and Marrow Transplantation

The Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases provides blood and marrow transplant interventions.

323-361-2546

Blood Donation Center

To support the recoveries of our patients, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is one of the few institutions with an in-house blood donation center. Employees, physicians, researchers, visitors, patient family members and former patients provide a life-saving act of kindness by donating blood and platelets.

323-361-2441

Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors Program

Our specialists use leading-edge technology for tumor reconstruction for pediatric patients with bone and soft tissue tumors focusing on early diagnosis, quality of life and long-term follow-up.

323-361-4624

Book Donation Program

The Literally Healing program uses a library of 1,000 specially selected books designed to help children build mastery, courage and hope during their hospital stay to lift their spirits and provide them with a source of distraction during their recovery.

323-361-4312

Boone Fetter Clinic

Our Boone Fetter Clinic brings together a team of specialists to work closely together as they inform, support and empower you to take action to support the neurodevelopmental future for your child.

323-361-6102

Brachial Plexus Injuries

Our specialists in the Division of Neurosurgery evaluate and bring together a range of pediatric specialties to treat injuries which can be sustained after a traumatic injury or sometimes occur with difficult childbirth.

323-361-2169

Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors

Our specialists in the Division of Neurosurgery work closely with specialists in our Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases to remove tumors impacting the brain and spinal cord.

323-361-2169

Bronchoscopy, Fiberoptic 

Our Division of Pulmonology provides Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy procedures for patients. These procedures give our specialists detailed information about your child’s lungs and airways without surgery.

323-361-2287