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  • eConsults Now Available for 3 Additional Service Lines, Plus Tips and Tricks

    We’re excited to expand eConsults to Adolescent Medicine, Gastroenterology and Infectious Disease. eConsults are available via EpicCare Link.

  • When to request a Neurology eConsult: A Q&A with Dr. Jan Martin and Haley Sittner

    Need to speak with a neurologist? Here’s what you need to know about when to request an eConsult and when to speak to the provider on call.

  • When Life Threw Lyla a Curveball, Seattle Children’s Helped This Athlete Get Back Out on the Field

    About 2% of children have adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Through Seattle Children’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Program, patients with scoliosis will be seen by experts in various specialties from neurosciences, sleep medicine, adolescent medicine, rehabilitation medicine and pain medicine, among others.

  • STRIDE Study for Inflammatory Bowel Disease Now Enrolling Patients

    This goal of this first-of-its-kind clinical study is to better understand how and why inflammatory bowel disease begins, with the ultimate goal to provide targeted therapies. Community providers may refer any patients with suspected diagnoses of Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or indeterminate colitis.

  • PEARL Clinic for ADHD Now Has Shorter Wait Times

    Many children with ADHD or related challenges get a diagnosis and medicine from their primary care provider. For children with more complex needs — like ADHD that is hard to diagnose or affected by other issues — a PEARL clinic evaluation may be helpful.

  • June Mental Health Roundup

    Read about the latest updates in Seattle Children’s inpatient and outpatient mental and behavioral health services.

  • June New Resource Roundup

    Read about new resources from Seattle Children’s that may be helpful to community providers.

  • Access Dashboard: June 2024

    Review our most recent Access Dashboard to find wait times for many of our ambulatory clinics and a list of conditions considered urgent for scheduling purposes. Algorithms and other clinical care resources for common pediatric conditions are available at seattlechildrens.org/algorithms.

  • Continuing Medical Education, Grand Rounds, and More

    Learn about the latest medical advancements through our upcoming continuing medical education programs, conferences, and engaging grand rounds. These events offer invaluable opportunities for knowledge exchange, professional growth, and collaborative learning within our medical community.

  • New Medical Staff

    We welcome new staff this month and encourage you to learn more about them.

  • Seattle Children’s Mental Health ED Patient Surge

    Seattle Children’s is seeing very high numbers of pediatric patients with mental and behavioral health emergencies who require care in our Emergency Department and/or psychiatry inpatient unit. Read more about what you can do to help your patients get the care they need.

  • eConsult Go Live for Adolescent Medicine, Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases Is May 22

    Beginning May 22, eConsults will be available for Adolescent Medicine, Gastroenterology and Infectious Diseases. Additionally, the current Gender Clinic eConsult will be updated and moved under Adolescent Medicine.

  • Strategies for Improving Vaccine Uptake: A Q&A With Drs. Doug Opel and Doug Diekema

    Vaccines have played an important role in improving the health of children. However, some parents express concerns about vaccine safety and question the necessity of vaccines, and as a result, vaccine-preventable illnesses such as measles are currently on the rise in the United States.

  • May Mental Health Roundup

    Read about the latest updates in Seattle Children’s inpatient and outpatient mental and behavioral health services.

  • May New Resource Roundup

    Read about new resources from Seattle Children’s that may be helpful to community providers.

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    ‘Kids Serve, Too’: Understanding the Unique Needs of Military-Connected Children

    There are currently 1.6 million children in the U.S. with a parent on active duty or in the military reserves. The Pacific Northwest has a large population of service members, many of whom have kids.

  • Access Dashboard: May 2024

    Please review our most recent Access Dashboard to find wait times for many of our ambulatory clinics and a list of conditions considered urgent for scheduling purposes.

  • Continuing Medical Education, Grand Rounds, and More

    For a comprehensive list of education opportunities available from Seattle Children’s for healthcare professionals, please visit our education site.

  • New Medical Staff

    We welcome new staff this month and encourage you to learn more about them.

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    Seattle Children's Hospital Volumes

    4.3.24 | Seattle Children’s continues to see high numbers of pediatric patients with mental and behavioral health emergencies who require care in our Emergency Department and/or psychiatric inpatient unit.