If your child has a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), Seattle Children's team has the medical and surgical expertise to help your child not only survive, but thrive—from diagnosis through treatment and long-term follow-up care.
Read on to learn why U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks Seattle Children's as one of the top children's hospitals in the nation.
At Seattle Children's, the average survival rate for a child with a CDH is 90%, which is significantly better than the national average. Our rate for repeat hernia surgery for CDH patients is one of the lowest in the world.
Seattle Children's is a high-volume center for CDH. We have cared for hundreds of children with a CDH and our pediatric surgery team is one of the most experienced in the nation. National studies have shown that babies with a CDH have better outcomes at centers like Seattle Children's that treat many babies with this condition.
Many children and families travel to Seattle Children's for CDH treatment and follow-up care.
You can stay focused on your child while we help coordinate transportation and housing.
We have lots of experience helping families make the transition back home safely.
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