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.
The pediatric dental specialists at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center provide a comprehensive array of dental services from routine preventive care to highly specialized care for children from infancy to 18 years of age.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a leading pediatric academic medical center consistently ranked by our peers among the best children’s hospitals in the nation.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center shares in the excitement of children achieving personal milestones. Our developmental and rehabilitation medicine specialists are sensitive to the concerns and questions parents have when their child (age 0-18) isn’t progressing at the same pace as other kids, and can diagnose, coordinate care and provide consultation for children with developmental delays and pervasive developmental disorders such as autism.
For the past three years, diabetes and endocrinology at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center has been named among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in its “Best Children’s Hospitals” rankings.
Recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its 2013-14 "Best Children's Hospitals" rankings, the Division of Digestive Diseases, Hepatology & Nutrition at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is one of a select few in the nation that provides superior clinical care with renowned gastroenterologists who also lead national and international education initiatives and NIH-funded research.
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.