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Blythedale is New York State’s only independent, specialty children’s hospital dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of children with complex medical illnesses and conditions. Our Board Certified physicians, experienced nurses and supporting clinicians work with families to provide individualized, intensive and innovative medical and therapeutic care. Together with specialized school curricula and family support services, we help children achieve their rehabilitative goals and return to their communities.
US Congresswoman Nita Lowey visited Blythedale Children's Hospital today, and chatted with patients about their favorite lunch food - Nutella sandwiches - and with Hospital staff about topics ranging from research funding toREAD MORE >>
Antonio is a cheerful and energetic four-year-old who has a smile that lights up a roomREAD MORE >>
Three-year-old Xohan was a typically developing preschooler when his mother first became aware of a change in his behavior. At a park, she noticed that her little boy was staring into space, in a non-responsive stateREAD MORE >>
Nicole began her junior year at Greenwich High School with much to look forward to. An honors student and tri-varsity athlete, the vivacious teen was looking forward to learning to drive and prepping for collegeREAD MORE >>
Reporter Jessica Firger’s piece "Bringing the Hospital Home for the Tiniest of Patients" in today’s Wall Street Journal provides a broad overview of the complex home care for medically fragile children followingREAD MORE >>
You can't help but smile when you meet four-year-old Andy. This bubbly, active preschooler has made monumental strides since his admission to Blythedale Children's Hospital four months agoREAD MORE >>
In August of this last year, a previously healthy and very active five-year-old Peter was diagnosed with a tumor on his spineREAD MORE >>
Rafeena Ali looks at her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter Angel Grant and still can’t believe what she sees: a little girl who’s babbling, zooming around the house, and copying everything she sees on Dora the ExplorerREAD MORE >>
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