UVA Health audiologists developed a novel approach to detect hearing loss in children with developmental delays. No ABR assessment required.
New endoscopic techniques help children with rare airway conditions avoid lengthy, painful recoveries.
An international leader in predictive monitoring, UVA Children’s has developed technologies that improve outcomes for newborns and children.
UVA Health researchers are using artificial intelligence to advance risk evaluation and treatment options for children with disruptive gastrointestinal disease.
UVA Children’s reduced ED visits and hospital length-of-stay with the first consumer-friendly, EMR-integrated home monitoring platform.
Pulmonology and orthopedics among those specialties recognized for patient outcomes and use of best practices.
UVA ranked in the 95th percentile in a survey of 2,666 hospitals conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Neuro-Cardiac Clinic provides early neurodevelopmental assessment and direct access to support services.
As Outreach Coordinator, Lisa Letzkus, NP, provides referring physicians with a direct point of contact to the inpatient units within the Children’s Hospital.