Children's Hospital Colorado

The Culture of Different

Multidisciplinary Care for the Whole Child

Our practitioners devote their lives to researching, pushing and perfecting their specialties in pediatrics. But it's not what they do alone that really counts. It's what they do as a team.

Collaborative care for patients

It's hard to argue with the results of team-centered care. Learn how our practice and culture make us stronger caregivers and better partners.

A spine the size of your hand

Hunter's congenital scoliosis had compressed his spinal cord, causing paralysis. Spinal fusion was his best option, but the risks were high.

Innovating as a multidisciplinary team

Our integrated approach ensures that the solution to a complex case is no further away than a colleague at the adjacent desk or in the next room. Learn how our clinicians work together and across specialties to continually improve patient care and outcomes.

(From left) Pediatric gastroenterologist Edward Hoffenberg, MD; genetic counselor Alexandra Suttman, MS, CGC; and pediatric oncologist Lindsey Hoffman, DO, talk genetics with a patient and her mom.

Prevention in the uncharted world of childhood polyposis

Childhood polyposis conditions benefit from early treatment. Our polyposis program offers early intervention, genetic support and long-term care.

Learn about our juvenile polyposis prevention research

Jaden Senn shows off the "tough guy" scar from his Fontan operation.

Fontan procedure innovation at the Single Ventricle Clinic

Children who undergo the Fontan procedure often outgrow the materials used in reconstructive surgeries. Regenerative medicine may change that.

Read Jaden's story

Megan Kelsey, MD, and Thomas Inge, MD, PhD, collaborate in their workroom in the Multidisciplinary Clinic.

When traditional weight loss methods fail for kids with obesity

We're taking a new approach to treating type 2 diabetes. See how our methods, from bariatric surgery to Population Health, could lead to better outcomes.

Learn about our approach to treating type 2 diabetes

Pediatric colorectal surgeons Andrea Bischoff, MD, and Alberto Peña, MD, meet Linda Sibilia’s son, Benjamin Nieto. Linda was born with a urogenital malformation called cloaca, which Dr. Peña reconstructed 30 years ago.

Lifelong cloacal anomaly care

Patients with anorectal and urogenital malformations like cloaca need precision repair to achieve positive outcomes. They also need lifelong support.

See how we provide a lifetime of care

Our Multidisciplinary Clinic space

Here, we do more than get our care teams, patients and families all under one roof. We get them all in one room, working together to plan each child's care. Families know their children best. They are the heart, the head and the backbone of what we do, and it takes all of us — each specialist, each parent — to give children the future they deserve.

Largest Multidisciplinary space of its kind
24,000 Square feet dedicated to our Multidisciplinary Clinic
26 Super-sized exam rooms for patients, families and the whole multidisciplinary team
2 Large workrooms to facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration
3 Play areas for antsy kids
10 Consult rooms for specialists discussing cases