Teen and Family Support Service (Hematology/Oncology)
The HOPE Teen and Family Support Service offers parent, patient, and sibling support groups and workshops and other specialized support services to meet the unique needs of teens with cancer and blood diseases and their families.
Our Teen Health Center is designed to meet the total comprehensive health needs of youth ages 12 to 21. Pediatricians and internists with Board certification in adolescent medicine focus on promoting optimal health for each patient.
Through Project NATEEN, pregnant and parenting teens receive a full spectrum of supportive services and links to community resources, including education, prenatal care, housing assistance, academic counseling and vocational training.
Our fatherhood program encompasses a variety of services, workshops and referrals to community resources that support responsible parenting and empower young fathers to become active participants in their children’s lives.
The Lopez Family Foundation International Telemedicine Program provides specialized health care services to meet the needs of children in other countries through videoconferencing technology.
The Division of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery treats an estimated 13,000 patients annually, from newborns to young adults. We are home to the largest group of pediatric fellowship-trained Ear, Nose and Throat specialists in the Los Angeles area.
We offer age-appropriate, supportive resources for adolescent and young adult patients with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Our services are designed to prepare them to maintain control of their health condition while living independently and accessing adult care providers.
Let your child’s clinical team know that you will need language support before you come. We will arrange for interpretive services (including sign language interpreters), assistive listening devices and more to support your family.
Our hospital was among the first to be designated as a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center by Los Angeles County in 1983, meaning that children with some of the most serious injuries come to our hospital for care.