Connecticut Children's offers parents and caregivers access to a diverse group of medical professionals, all of whom are trained in specialized care for children of all ages. Whereas many physicians opt to become generalists, our physicians are often board certified in pediatric healthcare, and in specialized care within the pediatric setting. Search alphabetically or by keyword to learn more about the wide range of highly specialized care offered by our physicians and surgeons.
CCMC School, an affiliate of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, provides comprehensive special education for students, from age five to 21, who require intensive intervention due to severe emotional, behavioral, cognitive, developmental and/or learning problems
The board certified hematology and oncology physicians at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center work closely with patients and families who are affected by cancer and blood disorders to provide patient- and family-centered care in an environment designed especially for kids.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a regional leader in the treatment of pediatric heart disease and heart-related conditions.
Established more than 30 years ago, the internationally renowned Center for Motion Analysis at Connecticut Children’s is a full-service laboratory offering a wide range of diagnostic services for the evaluation of children with complex neuromuscular, acquired or congenital disorders that affect walking.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center provides integrated mental health evaluation, diagnosis and treatment services for children and adolescents.
Employees at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center are dedicated to protecting the well-being of children in every way. Our commitment includes a responsibility to identify, report, intervene, and provide care in all suspected cases of child maltreatment.
The Comprehensive Down Syndrome Program (CDSP) is a collaborative effort between Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and the Connecticut Down Syndrome Congress, a statewide organization that raises awareness of and support for people with Down syndrome and their caregivers.
The craniofacial team at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center specializes in providing compassionate care for children with congenital defects of the head and neck and defects acquired from trauma or cancer.
When your child’s health is critically compromised, the experienced pediatric critical care physicians and nurses at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center provide the advanced medical and surgical care that can save your child’s life.