Keeping Kids Safe and Sound

Connecticut Children’s is proud to be a trusted partner for families and pediatric practices during this unprecedented time, and every day.

Cardiology & Cardiac Surgery

Our nationally-ranked pediatric cardiology and heart surgery team is here to provide comprehensive, compassionate care and guide you every step of the way. No other program in Connecticut has pediatric cardiac specialists involved in all parts of your child’s care—from pregnancy through adulthood.

Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders

At our Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, our pediatric oncologists and hematologists are specially trained to diagnose and treat childhood cancers and blood disorders. We offer patients exceptional clinical care, access to novel therapies and clinical trials, and multiple patient and family support programs.

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We love getting notes from kids in the community! At first, 8-year-old Armay didn’t understand why people were calling healthcare workers superheroes. “But one thing you and superheroes have in common is that you help a perfect stranger risking your own lives,” writes Armay.

“Hello, my name is Armay. I am 8 years old and live in Tolland, CT. I see everywhere that people are getting sick because of this virus. Schools are closed since few weeks now. All other social activities are also canceled. My parents always insist on washing hands and keeping social distancing. Everyone is staying home except you all. I might never understand how hard it is to go to work everyday knowing you might get sick as well, but you are still doing it. Also when we all get to stay home and have good family time, you work long hours and get exhausted. And for this all, I just want to say thank you!! Thank you for helping us all to get through this hard time. They all call you superheroes. At first, I didn’t understand why? Because none of you have a cape or cool masks but one thing you and superheroes have in common is that you help a perfect stranger risking your own lives. You are all superheroes. Real life superheroes but without a cape or a call mask. Respect, Armay ❤️️”
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We love getting notes from kids in the community! At first, 8-year-old Armay didn’t understand why people were calling healthcare workers superheroes. “But one thing you and superheroes have in common is that you help a perfect stranger risking your own lives,” writes Armay.

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“It felt like a surgery from a normal time in life,” says Jasmyn. Her daughter Esmae had ear tube surgery earlier this spring. “I’m usually very anxious about COVID, so that’s a big deal...I felt confident and comfortable.” https://bit.ly/2zHQFZE

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