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Today, Blythedale Children's Hospital held a very special ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Pediatric Long Term Care Pavilion, a unique 24-bed facility dedicated to the highlyREAD MORE >>
Annual Spring Event Raises More Than $810,000 for Blythedale's Early Childhood Center
Many thanks to those who joined us in honoring Blythedale's Chief of Neurology, Dr. Jay EREAD MORE >>
A Birthday Celebration 125 Years in the Making
This year, Blythedale Children’s Hospital is proud to celebrate 125 years of caring for children with specialized medicalREAD MORE >>
Last year, 13-year-old Mathew was well-known as a baseball prodigy in the Little League community. A versatile player, the talented teen hit more than 70 home runs last year aloneREAD MORE >>
16-month-old Ariyana was born at a mere 25-weeks gestation, weighing only 15 ounces. Her immediate medical needs were highly complex, given her extreme prematurityREAD MORE >>
Antonio is a cheerful and energetic four-year-old who has a smile that lights up a roomREAD 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 >>
Blythedale’s Ventilator Weaning Program is widely recognized as a national center of excellence due to the Hospital’s extraordinary success in weaning fragile infants and children from the technology previously needed to sustain their lives.
There’s a lot to see in our new 56,000 square foot inpatient hospital. We encourage referring hospitals and families considering Blythedale for their child to come for a personal tour of the facility.
Blythedale offers a specialty outpatient Day Hospital Program for children who are able to live at home, but still require a level of medical and/or rehabilitative care that cannot be met by their school or outpatient program.
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