Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals treat 17 million children each year for every disease and condition imaginable—from asthma and broken bones to cancer and heart defects. Each year, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals adopt life-saving equipment, perform breakthrough research and provide more than $2.5 billion in charitable care. CMNHospitals are committed to serving children above all else.
Today, at just one children’s hospital:
- 200 children will visit the emergency department (Average pediatric ER visit = $423)
- 32 children will receive cancer treatments (Average cancer treatment = $75,000)
- 28 children will be treated for heart problems (Average heart valve repair in a child = $65,000)
- 4 children will be admitted after a serious injury or illness (Average children’s hospital stay = $7,500)
Levine Children's Hospital
In October 2007, Levine Children’s Hospital opened on the campus of Carolinas Medical Center. This 12 story, 234-bed facility is designed with family centered care as a top priority. Levine Children’s Hospital is one of the three largest children’s hospitals in the southeast and features a children’s diagnostic center, a 13-bed rehabilitation pavilion and the Ricky Hendrick Centers for Intensive Care. Also offered are several of the region’s “firsts,” such as the first day hospital, cardiac intensive care unit, pediatric bone marrow transplant program and a 24-hour pediatric emergency department. At Levine Children’s Hospital, our world revolves around children!
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