We offer outpatient, multidisciplinary neuropsychological evaluations for patients with concussion and complex medical histories. Learn more about neuropsychological evaluations here.
April 26, 2017
St. Mary's Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colo., and Children's Hospital Colorado have entered into a formal Care Alliance collaboration to provide children and their families with the highest level of coordinated medical care as close to home as possible.
Check out our fetal care center FAQs to get answers to your questions, including what to expect from diagnosis, fetal interventions and recovery. Get insights on what to pack during your stay at the Colorado Fetal Care Center, as well as where to stay before and after your procedure.
Take a virtual tour of and learn more about the Colorado Fetal Care Center. With a dedicated location within Children’s Hospital Colorado, our special unit provides a single, warm, comforting place for mothers to receive care. Take a look before your visit.
Located on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado, our fetal care center ensures that patients have access to the most advanced technological resources.
Patient referral is about creating a partnership and merging teams. We believe in working together, so let's get started today.
Fetoscopy allows specialists to examine an unborn baby via a fetoscope, or a small camera. Fetoscopy also helps guide fetoscopic endoluminal tracheal occlusion (FETO) treatment for congenital diaphragmatic hernias. Learn more about fetoscopy and our fetoscopic surgery options here.
Fetal ultrasounds are commonly used to track the growth and health of your unborn baby. Learn more about what to expect from fetal ultrasounds provided at our Colorado Fetal Care Center.
Maternal fetal telemedicine improves outcomes for moms and babies by sharing information from satellite locations to the Colorado Fetal Care Center. Learn more about our maternal fetal medicine and fetal cardiology services. See how our telemedicine program is improving care even outside of our hospital.
The Maternal Fetal Medicine Program at the Colorado Fetal Care Center offers extensive care for mom and baby. See all the services this high-risk pregnancy program offers.
The Connections Program supports families who've received a prenatal diagnosis, have a baby in NICU/CICU, or are coping with a child's complex needs. Learn about our prenatal counseling and support.
Wilson disease is a genetic syndrome that results in an inability to properly metabolize and process copper. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
August 16, 2017
President and CEO Jena Hausmann and Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel Michelle Lucero have been announced as 2017 Outstanding Women in Business winners by the Denver Business Journal. Hausmann and Lucero were two of just 13 winners who were selected from more than 250 nominations.
September 08, 2017
Children’s Hospital Colorado sustained more than 30% reduction in hospital-acquired harm as a result of Electronic Health Record documentation.
October 02, 2017
Children's Hospital Colorado approved for a $50,000 funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
October 02, 2017
We're proud to have received a 2017 Workplace Health Achievement Gold status designation by The American Heart Association (AHA).
December 06, 2017
The Centers for Disease Control launched their third phase of a multistate study on autism. Along with partners, Children's Colorado researchers will help identify factors that may put children at risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.
December 05, 2017
Our researchers are using the phenomenon of “fetal regeneration” to improve wound healing for adults and children alike. Ken Liechty, MD, has observed that the fetal response to injury results in regeneration of injured tissue or “perfect healing.”
December 14, 2017
Children’s Colorado and RxRevu are partnering to help prescribers better meet children's health needs by seamlessly incorporating antimicrobial-stewardship best practices into prescribers’ decision-making processes.