The Department of Pediatrics at Hartford Hospital consists of attending physicians who offer a wide range of comprehensive services from general pediatrics to specialty services.

Most services are now provided at Connecticut Children’s on the Hartford Hospital campus. Physicians listed in Hartford Hospital’s Department of Pediatrics are those who have active staff privileges at Hartford Hospital. They are providing care for newborns at Hartford Hospital and pediatric care at Connecticut Children’s. This list does not reflect the entire membership of Connecticut Children’s medical staff.

As the only freestanding facility in the state completely devoted to the care of children, Connecticut Children’s has 188 acute care including a 32-bed level-4 NICU located adjacent to Hartford Hospital's Labor & Delivery service. Connecticut Children’s also serves as the home of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine residency program in Pediatrics.

Pediatric Care Alliance

Pediatric Care Alliance

The Pediatric Care Alliance is a partnership between Connecticut Children’s and Hartford HealthCare. Our two health systems have a history of collaboration, from newborn care to care for chronic illnesses and adult congenital heart disease. Now we’re taking it further, helping families navigate the healthcare journey every step of the way, from birth to young adulthood.

Whatever care or support your family needs, the experts at Connecticut Children’s and Hartford HealthCare can provide it. This includes an array of health, social and emotional support programs across both health systems.

Connecticut Children's flagship neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Hartford Hospital is already a hub for newborn care throughout the region: We’re named one of the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report, staffed by a nationally-ranked nursing team, and lead important research.

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