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Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora

Children's Hospital Colorado on Anschutz Medical Campus provides comprehensive medical care for kids from birth through adolescence. Learn more.

Urgent and Outpatient Specialty Care at Briargate, Colorado Springs

Pediatric urgent care is the latest offering at the Briargate facility, also home to Children’s Colorado Outpatient Specialty Care. Get directions.

Urgent and Outpatient Specialty Care, Uptown Denver

Children's Hospital Colorado in uptown Denver provides kids in the Denver metro area with pediatric urgent care every day of the week. At our location in Uptown, we also offer pediatric specialty care Monday through Friday.

North Campus, Broomfield

Children's Hospital Colorado has 24/7 urgent care in Broomfield. Our pediatric specialists and innovative equipment give kids the care they deserve.

Outpatient Specialty Care, Parker

Get information about Children's Hospital Colorado Outpatient Specialty Care in Parker, including our innovative equipment in a kid-friendly environment.

KidStreet, Denver

KidStreet provides daily rehabilitation services for kids with complex medical needs. Learn more about therapy at Children's Hospital Colorado.

Therapy Care, Broomfield

Find advanced therapy treatments in a kid-friendly environment at Children's Hospital Colorado Therapy Care in Broomfield. Get directions.

Therapy Care at Printers Park, Colorado Springs

Maximize your child's developmental potential at Children’s Colorado Therapy Care at Printers Park, Colorado Springs. Get directions.

Orthopedic Care, Centennial

Orthopedic specialists from Children's Hospital Colorado are in Centennial; sports medicine treatment for kids, teens and young adults.

Memorial Hospital, pediatric expertise provided by Children's Colorado, Colorado Springs

Memorial Hospital, pediatric expertise provided by Children's Colorado, Colorado Springs


Congenital Heart Defects (CHD)

Congenital heart defects affect 1 in every 100 babies. Learn about CHD, its diagnosis, and how our fetal and pediatric cardiology teams work together to care for heart defects in babies.


Early Onset Scoliosis (Ages 0-9)

Early onset scoliosis is diagnosed before a child is 10 years old and may pose challenges for growth. Learn more about early onset scoliosis and see how the experts in the Spine Program diagnose and treat children with this condition.


Velopharyngeal Insufficiency

Velopharyngeal insufficiency can result in hypernasal speech and nasal resonance. Learn more about speech therapy and treatment options in our VPI clinic.



Sinusitis, or inflammation of the sinuses, can result from a number of factors including infection, allergies or poorly developed sinuses. Learn about sinusitis and how our experts treat it.


Otitis Media (Ear Infections)

At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we treat ear infections and perform ear tube surgery to relieve frequent ear infections or fluid buildup in children. Learn more about ear infections and ear tube surgery.


Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes in children is on the rise and hearing that your child may be affected can lead to a ton of questions. Learn more about type 2 diabetes, including how it's diagnosed and how we treat type 2 diabetes in children.


Severe Obesity

If your child has been diagnosed with severe obesity, you probably have a lot of questions. Learn more about severe obesity and the difference between overweight vs obese so you can better understand what this condition means for your child.


Cloacal Malformations

Cloacal malformations are defects that affect the rectum and urogenital tract in females in utero. Because colorectal defects can manifest many ways, early diagnosis and treatment are critical. See how patients with cloacal malformations can thrive with the right care.



Craniopharyngioma always occurs in the same location, known as the sellar/suprasellar region. This region is located just behind and between the eyes.


Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (NCL or Batten Disease)

NCLs are a group of genetic conditions that result in progressive neurological symptoms that include ataxia (lack of coordination), seizures, loss of cognitive skills and vision. NCL is also known as Batten disease.