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Facility

Rooms & Amenities

At Blythedale, we want you and your child’s experience with us to be comfortable and positive. Transitioning to a new hospital can be daunting, but we are here to help every step of the way and offer services and amenities to help you throughout your stay.

Patient Rooms
Patient rooms in Blythedale’s new inpatient hospital building, which opened in December 2011, are double-bedded; the Traumatic Brain Injury Unit has single-bedded rooms. Our spacious patient rooms accommodate the latest medical technology and provide accommodations for parents to stay with their children at bedside. Patient rooms are also bright and have flat screen televisions for your family’s enjoyment.

The new hospital also features single-bedded, "positive pressure” isolation rooms with adjoining anterooms with special ventilation, promoting an environment of safety for children with compromised immune systems.

Family Amenities
The Family Resource Center fully expresses Blythedale’s focus on providing exceptional family-centered care for children with special medical needs. With an average patient stay of 50 days, parents and family members spend nearly as much time with us as patients do, and the Family Resource Center is a special place of respite and support. Complete with a kitchen, dining area, playroom, library, meditation room and wireless Internet access, the Family Resource Center accommodates many needs of parents and family members.

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Patient Stories

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Antonio is a cheerful and energetic four-year-old who has a smile that lights up a room
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