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Nasoalveolar Molding

Our nasoalveolar molding team provides care in concert with the hospital's cleft palate team.

323-361-2130 

Nautica Malibu Triathlon

Thousands of participants swim, bike and run in the triathlon, raising millions of dollars for pediatric cancer through this annual event. 

Neonatal Cardiothoracic Surgery

Our hospital is renowned for its expertise in providing The Norwood Procedure, part of a 3-step procedure to address the needs of infants born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

323-361-4148

Neonatal Intensive Care

Our Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit is a state-of-the-art 58-bed intensive care unit designed to address the needs of critically ill infants.

323-361-2531

Neonatal Network

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is part of a network of hospitals that provide neonatal care in Los Angeles.

323-361-5939

Neonatal Surgery

The CHLA Department of Surgery performs over 15,400 surgical procedures annually for children ranging in age from newborns to adolescents. Often, the procedures we provide are more complex than those at any other hospital in Southern California.

Nephrology

The expert team in our Division of Nephrology treats children with a wide range of kidney disorders, including acute renal failure, end stage renal disease, hypertension, nephrotic syndrome, urinary tract infection, and other acquired diseases and injuries from infancy through adolescence.

323-361-2102

Neural Tube Defects Program

The Division of Neurosurgery has one of the largest programs in the nation devoted to caring for patients with myelomeningoceles or spina bifida.

323-361-2169

Neuro-oncology Program

The Neuro-oncology Program represents a unique collaboration that results in comprehensive and holistic care for children with tumors of the central nervous system.

323-361-4624

Neuroblastoma Program

The Neuroblastoma Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has a vision to provide advanced therapies to children to improve their survival rates and quality of life after receiving a diagnosis of neuroblastoma.

323-361-2121

Neurocutaneous Syndromes

Neurosurgeons in our Division of Neurosurgery intervene to treat children diagnosed with neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, Sterge-Weber disease, von Hippel-Lindau and phakomatosis.

323-361-2169

Neuroendocscopy

Where the members of our Division of Neurosurgery are able to do so, they will recommend a neuroendoscopy, a minimally-invasive surgical approach to evaluate and treat patients with health conditions typically treated with surgery.

323-361-2169

Neurofibromatosis

The Comprehensive Neurofibromatosis Clinic provides specialized care for individuals living with Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), type 2 (NF2) and Schwannomatosis.

323-361-2471

Neurogenetic, Degenerative & Leukodystrophy Disorders

Team members in our Division of Neurology diagnose and manage a wide care for children with a variety of inherited and sporadic neurodegenerative conditions like familial ataxias, canavan disease or leukodystrophies.

323-361-2471

Neurology

The Division of Neurology provides care for children with a wide variety of medical needs stemming from the nerve system. 

323-361-2471

Neuromuscular Clinic (Neurology)

The Neuromuscular Clinic provides care for children with muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and other muscular diseases.

323-361-2471

Neuromuscular Program, Children’s Orthopaedic Center

The Children’s Orthopaedic Center treats thousands of children each year who are diagnosed with neuromuscular diseases—from cerebral palsy to muscular dystrophy, spina bifida and rett syndrome. 

323-361-2142

Children’s Orthopaedic Center Neuromuscular Program

Neuropsychology Service (Hematology/Oncology)

The HOPE Neuropsychology Service evaluates the neurobiological and cognitive consequences of childhood cancer and blood diseases, providing specific recommendations to children and families that ensure optimal social, emotional, and educational development that continues long after medical treatments have concluded.

323-361-8953

Neuroradiology

The physicians and team members in our Department of Radiology are experts at caring for children and use advanced technology to help diagnosis and treatment.

323-361-2411

Neuroscience, Developmental Research Program

Scientists in the Developmental Neuroscience Research Program work to understand the relationship between abnormal brain development and disease.

323-361-4110

Neurosurgery

Our patients range in age from newborns to young adults. Armed with the latest technologies, the Division provides advanced surgical solutions, with outcome statistics that match or exceed other programs across the nation and beyond.

323-361-2169

Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit (NICCU)

Our Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit is a state-of-the-art 58-bed intensive care unit designed to address the needs of critically ill infants.

323-361-2531

Newborn Screening Program

The Division of Medical Genetics offers treatment, genetic counseling and follow-up for families affected by disorders that are identified through newborn screening.

323-361-2178

Non-Invasive Cardiology 

Non-invasive imaging provides the basis for cardiac diagnosis in most young patients with heart disease.

323-361-2461

Nuclear Imaging

We are accredited by the American College of Radiology Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program for safely conducting nuclear imaging.

323-361-2411

Nuclear Medicine  

Nurse Research Fellowship Program

Nutrition (Clinical Nutrition and Lactation Services)

Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) work closely with families at CHLA to ensure that patients not only receive exceptional nutrition care specific to their needs during their inpatient stay, but continuity of care in our specialty ambulatory clinics. We cover a multitude of diagnoses across the age spectrum from prematurity to 22 years of age.

323-361-5613

Nutrition (Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition)

Our pediatric gastroenterologists use the latest diagnostic techniques and technology to provide nutritional care for hundreds of children each year.

323-361-5613