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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.
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We know that parents and families may have many questions regarding the coronavirus. To ensure there is a trusted one-stop resource, we have launched the Connecticut Children’s Pediatric COVID-19 Hotline. COVID-19 Hotline: 833.226.2362 Connecticut Children’s is committed to the health of our patients, families and communities. Right now, that includes keeping you informed about the […]
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Seven-year-old patient Audrey Pavlok summed up HuskyTHON, UConn's dance marathon, with three simple words: “Best night ever!” Relive the highlights from this year's event: bit.ly/3aIZwYg ... See MoreSee Less
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Patients in our PICU love playing on the new Xbox One system. It’s the perfect distraction, especially when they’re feeling anxious about being in the hospital. The Xbox One was generously donated by Fully Loaded Electronics. ... See MoreSee Less
Seven-year-old patient Audrey Pavlok summed up @HuskyTHON, @uconn's dance marathon, with three simple words: “Best night ever!” Relive the highlights from this year's event 👇 https://bit.ly/3aIZwYg
#Scoliosis patients, like Lindsay, often require multiple X-rays per year. The EOS machine, with its ultra low-dose radiation, makes it safer to have frequent X-rays. https://bit.ly/2UDGSvh
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