Cancer and Blood Center Inpatient
The Cancer and Blood Disorder Center inpatient unit (CBDC inpt) cares for patients from birth to young adult who are being treated for a hematologic or oncologic diagnoses. This includes Hematopoietic Stem Cell transplant (HSCT) and Immunotherapy patients.
Medical Unit F3
The Medical Unit F3 Care for patients from newborn to 21 years of age. It is comprised mainly of medically complex children, pulmonary and cranio-facial service patients. Staff in this area also care for patients with tracheostomies and ventilators.
Medical Unit R4
The Medical R4 unit cares for patients, newborn to 21 years from medical specialty services. It is comprised mainly of endocrine, neurology, rheumatology, and gastroenterology service patients.
The Rehabilitation Unit provides inpatient evaluation and care of children up to 21 years of age with disabilities due to illness, injury, or congenital causes. Additionally, they may care for general surgery and general medical patients. Care is provided to children with traumatic brain injury, spinal cord trauma, burns, and neurological disorders as well as physical or cognitive disabilities. Staff on this unit care for patients with tracheostomies and ventilators. The Rehab unit helps to organize the family's experience and prepare them for the transition back to their home and community.
Surgical Unit RC5
The Surgical Unit RC5 cares for infants to young adults covered by mostly surgical specialties and some medical specialties. This unit's patient population is comprised mainly of General Surgery, Orthopedics, Urology, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Plastics, Craniofacial, ENT/Otolaryngology service patients. Staff in this area care for patients with external ventriculostomies, seizure monitoring needs, halo-gravity traction devices, and fresh spinal fusions.
Surgical Unit RC6
The Surgical RC6 cares for patients from infant to young adult. Patient population includes Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Solid Organ Failure and Transplant, Dialysis and Neonatology. Many of the patients begin care in the Cardiac ICU and then transfer to Surgical RC6 to continue care and move towards discharge.