Pediatric Nursing programs at Children's Hospital Colorado are available in Inpatient Care, Ambulatory Care and Community Health Programs.
Inpatient programs at Children's Hospital Colorado provide quality, family-centered care to infants, children and adolescents in the Rocky Mountain region through multidisciplinary programs. As the top pediatric hospital in the Rocky Mountain region, Children’s offers a variety of intensive and specialty nursing programs. Inpatient programs at Children's Hospital Colorado are divided into three sections:
- Intensive Care
- Critical Care
- Inpatient Opportunities, including Surgical Services
Ambulatory programs provide a wide range of primary and specialty care to patients from newborns through young adults. Primary care clinics provide care for healthy infants and children through preventive and health maintenance services, as well as care for those with special needs. Specialty clinics provide evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic pediatric diseases and conditions. Urgent care centers are open after normal business hours to provide urgent care across the Metro Denver area.
Community Health Programs
Children's Hospital Colorado provides school health consultation and directs nursing services to school districts, independent/charter schools, and childcare centers. School-Based Health Centers provide primary care, health promotion, and mental health services to students of low-income families and the uninsured. KidStreet is a community-based licensed center for children dependent on life sustaining technology.