4-1400 Pediatric Adolescent Unit
This unit cares for children ages 10-18, with pulmonary illnesses like cystic fibrosis, cancer, orthopedic injuries, renal diseases, gastrointestinal illnesses and eating disorders. The nursing staff have developed diverse competencies. Nurses function as an important member of the pediatric interdisciplinary team
4-3600 Pediatric General Care Unit
This is a pediatric unit that cares for patients of all ages with cancer or who require general surgery. Nurses have acquired additional competencies needed to care for these children and may administer chemotherapeutic agents. Other diagnosis include new onset diabetes, failure to thrive and other chronic illnesses including asthma.
4-1600 Pediatric General Care Unit
This pediatric unit is designated to the care of children from birth to 18 years of age who experience respiratory illnesses, neurologic disorders, burns, telemetry, and general medical concerns including children with developmental disabilities.
3-3400 Neonatal Intesive Care Unit (NICU)
The NICU is the only one of its kind in the Finger Lakes Region. It's a highly specialized, nationally recognized center providing the highest level of care available for sick or premature newborns (Level IIlD), including advanced treatment for respiratory failure and heart disease. Every year, we care for more than 1200 newborns in our NICU.
3-2300 Newborn Nursery / Special Care Nursery
The NBN provides direct patient care to newborns and stable premature neonates. Strong emphasis on family centered care, teaching and multidisciplinary team work. Newborn experience preferred, with special care nursery experience highly desirable.
Pediatric Emergency Department (Peds ED)
The Peds ED offers family centered care to those under the age of 19, seeking care for urgent and emergent issues. The unit is comprised of 18 general care beds, 1 critical care bed, 4 urgent care beds and the use of the 7 bed trauma bay which we share with the adult ED. The tertiary care offered at GCHaS has a complex case mix. From treat and release to acute critical care/trauma the staff are trained to function in a fast paced and challenging environment.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
4-1800 14 bed ICU that sees critically ill patients experiencing severe breathing problems, asthma, serious infections, complications of diabetes, or those involved in a serious automobile accident or near-drowning. The PICU is also the regional burn center.
4-2800 is an 8 bed Cardiac Center within the PICU that provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art diagnosis, medical and surgical treatment and long-term follow-up care for infants, children and adolescents with all types of acquired and congenital cardiac conditions, including the most complex and/or rare congenital disorders.