When your child needs care, it’s important to have a doctor who understands them. Connecticut Children’s is the only health system in Connecticut dedicated exclusively to the care of children. Our doctors are experts in what affects growing bodies and minds, and know how to make kids feel comfortable. We care for the physical, social and emotional needs of children with more than 30 pediatric specialties plus community-based programs.
Connecticut Children’s has been named one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report and Women’s Choice Award.
Connecticut Children’s and Star 99.9 have partnered to bring you the Connecticut Children’s Medical Minute, so you can learn helpful tips and info on your children’s health and well being.
Be sure to listen to Star 99.9 each Monday at 5:20pm to hear this week’s Star 99.9 Connecticut Children’s Medical Minute!
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Safe & Sound through the state’s re-opening
Connecticut Children’s has worked hard to create a safe environment for you, and they are now welcoming your child back for all appointments, procedures, and surgeries they may need. Rest assured you can count on CT Childrens to keep them “safe and sound” every step of the way. Click here to learn more.
Video Visiting during CoVid 19
With so much focus on Coronavirus, there are still children with other ailments that need to see a doctor but can’t risk leaving their homes. Click here to learn more.
Teaching Resilience in Kids during CoVid 19
What’s happening with COVID-19 is stressful in too many ways to count, and kids are impacted by all of it. Click here to learn more.
Supporting Kids During CoVid
How can you keep supportive relationships strong during social distancing? Click here to learn more.
Learn what should grandparents do to protect themselves here
Learn how to answer your child’s commonly asked questions about the virus here
Learn how do you talk to your kids about what’s currently on the news here
Learn how to keep your kids calm when their routines have suddenly been disrupted. More info here
To learn more about what parents should know about congenital heart defect and when a child might need surgery, click here
To learn more about what parents should know about stomach aches, click here.
To learn more about what parents should know about the Coronavirus, click here.