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Connecticut Children’s urology division has ranked as a top 20 national program in the 2019-2020 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained urologists evaluate, diagnose and treat infants, children, adolescents and young adults affected by a wide range of genitourinary conditions.
Our nationally ranked diabetes and endocrinology team of board-certified physicians, advanced practice nurses and dietitians have expertise across a broad spectrum of endocrine conditions including diabetes, obesity and sexual development disorders. Our physician-scientists are leading the way in the research and treatment of rare bone diseases and pediatric diabetes.
This week Governor Ned Lamont signed into law House Bill 7282, instituting newborn screening for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). The bill makes Connecticut the latest to join a growing list of states now that makes screening for SMA in all newborns mandatory. SMA is the leading genetic cause of death for infants under two years of ...
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Patients and their families had so much fun at the Field Day put on by HMF Events (Hartford Marathon Foundation) in the UTC Family Resource Center. Children had the chance to try out six obstacle stations, win prizes, and earn a Hartford Marathon Foundation medal! ... See MoreSee Less
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Patients and their families had a blast at the 3rd Annual Craniofacial Awareness Picnic. The event aims to bring together families with children who receive craniofacial care at Connecticut Children’s. This year there were games, arts and crafts, a raffle, a watermelon eating contest, and great food provided by El Pollo Guapo. The Craniofacial Family Advisory Council organizes the event in July to coincide with Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month. ... See MoreSee Less
At 6 years old, Nicki Cartier spent 225 days at Connecticut Children’s fighting a rare bacterial infection that is often fatal.
Patients and their families had so much fun at the Field Day put on by the Hartford Marathon Foundation (@RunHMF) in the UTC Family Resource Center. Children has the chance to try out six obstacle stations, win prizes, and earn a Hartford Marathon Foundation medal!
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