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Pediatric Critical Care

Baby in the Cardiac Care Bay

High Quality & Coordinated Care

The Pediatric Critical Care Division at Golisano Children's Hospital is dedicated exclusively to the specialized care of infants, children and young adults with serious illnesses, injuries and peri-operative needs. This is the largest intensive care service for children in Upstate New York. Specialized care is provided 24/7 by nationally recognized pediatric intensivists, pediatric cardiac intensivists, pediatric critical care advanced practice providers, nurses, and respiratory therapist.

The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and the Pediatric Cardiac Care Center (PCCC) are physically located next to each other allowing specialists and services to be shared and readily available should your child need them. In addition, they are positioned between the inpatient floors and the operating rooms shortening transport times and reducing risks for our patients.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Healthcare team, including Mom at child's bedside.

The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is a twelve bed unit providing intensive care to critically ill and injured infants, children and young adults, generally ranging from newborn to 19 years.

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Pediatric Cardiac Care Center

Cardiac Care Team

The Pediatric Cardiac Care Center (PCCC) provides care for neonates and young adults with acquired and congenital heart disease, rhythm disturbances, and other cardiac related conditions.

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