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Department of Pediatrics

Specialties

This multidisciplinary group of professionals is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of adolescents.

Our experts in Bioethics and Palliative care are dedicated to clinical work, medical education, and research.
Based at Seattle Children’s, we provide both outpatient and inpatient consultation and management services for pediatric patients with cardiovascular disorders.
We aim to serve as a center of excellence in maternal and child health, and prepare future leaders, policy makers, clinicians, and researchers in the field of neurodevelopmental and related disabilities.
We aim to provide and coordinate the highest–quality interdisciplinary care of patients with congenital and acquired craniofacial conditions.
We provide state-of-the-art, evidence-based care to critically-ill infants and children, while advancing the science of pediatric critical care and training the next generation of academic pediatric intensivists.
Dermatology provides first-rate comprehensive, judicious, compassionate care for pediatric skin, hair, nail, and mucous membrane disorders.
Developmental Medicine evaluates and cares for children with conditions related to the development of the nervous system, including the brain.
Emergency Medicine provides 24-hours per day, 365 days per year pediatric acute care for local and regional children from birth through age 21.
Our team of physicians, diabetes nurse educators, dietitians, social workers, and nurse practitioners provide consultation and long-term management of children and adolescents with acute and chronic endocrine disorders.
This multidisciplinary group of professionals is dedicated to the care and treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, and pancreas in children.
This diverse group of clinicians, educators, and researchers unite to advance child health.
We draw from clinical, molecular, and biochemical genetics, human embryology/teratology and neurology to provide outstanding patient care, education and research.
Our division provides the pediatric cancer care for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).
Our division takes a lead role in treating patients with complex medical needs, and in undertaking quality improvement projects for the inpatient medical service.
Immunology provides diagnostic and therapeutic services for both children and adults with a suspected or known primary immune deficiency disorder (PIDD).
We conduct cutting-edge research on infectious diseases relevant to children, deliver the highest quality of clinical care, and provide world-class education to trainees.
This division improves neonatal outcome of pregnancy by providing outstanding evidence-based neonatal clinical care, and educating the next generation of neonatal caregivers.
Nephrology provides direct inpatient and outpatient kidney care and diagnoses from infants to young adults.
We emphasize the comprehensive and compassionate care of children with respiratory-related disorders, clinical and basic science research, and training in pulmonary medicine.
This team aims to provide the best possible Pediatric Rheumatology care as a center of excellence, to conduct high quality research, and to educate health care providers about childhood rheumatic diseases.