Our Division of Emergency Medicine provides care for children who need urgent care, emergency care and trauma care. As a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center, we are one of 12 hospitals in the nation providing the highest level of emergency care for children.
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The Division of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery treats an estimated 13,000 patients annually — from newborns to young adults. We are the largest group of pediatric fellowship-trained Ear, Nose and Throat specialists in the Los Angeles area.
The care of children with epilepsy is a major focus for our Division of Neurology. Each of our experienced pediatric neurologists is involved in the care of children with seizures, with an emphasis on individuals who have expertise in caring for children with difficult or intractable epilepsy.
Our hospital is home to one of the largest Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation programs in the nation for infants with insufficiently developed lung capacity. The Center is the recipient of the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Award for Excellence in life support, exceeding all of the requirements for receiving the award.
The Vision Center treats and studies a full spectrum of congenital diseases that result in eye and optic nerve abnormalities including optic nerve hypoplasia, the leading cause of blindness in infants in the United States.
The Vision Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles is unique among ophthalmology programs nationwide in its focus on developing better diagnostic and treatment tools for eye disorders and conditions that impact sight.