University of Maryland Children's Hospital's physicians and staff are recognized statewide and regionally for treating children with critical illnesses and complex, chronic conditions.
Here are a few of our inspiring patient success stories.
The smallest baby ever born and discharged in Maryland spent the first year of her life in hospitals, including UMCH's PICU.
MRSA infection causes multi-system organ failure in 14-year old boy; spends 59 days in PICU.
Parents of MRSA Patient Grateful for Care, Concern and Compassion at the PICU.
Ear, Nose, and Throat (Otorhinolaryngology)
Bilateral Cochlear Implants Make "Dramatic Difference" in Child's Ability to Hear
College freshman is 'back to normal' after receiving Remicade treatments in new Pediatric Infusion Center
iPads provide a welcome distraction for pediatric patients who have to be away from home and are not able to enjoy normal social interactions with other patients and staff
Pediatric Patient's Family Grateful for the Help and Support They Received at UMMC
UMCH genetics experts provide life-saving diagnosis to newborn with rare metabolic disorder
Pediatric Cancer Patient Raises Funds for Second Year in a Row
Former pediatric cancer patient becomes a Reiki Master
Parents of Former Patient Host Charity Remote Airplane Event to Benefit UMMC's NICU
Seven was never a healthy baby. After 11 months in the NICU, his mother made the decision to have him undergo a tracheostomy
Grandmother Sends Note of Thanks to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pediatric NICU patient can breathe more easily thanks to Dr. Pereira and his staff
Nephrology and Kidney Transplant
Young boy receives a kidney transplant from a non-directed donor
Sean has new lease on life thanks to four-way kidney exchange
Father Donates Kidney to Save Two-Year-Old Son's Life
Received a kidney transplant with a kidney from her mother
Grateful Father Organizes Concert to Benefit UMHC's Pediatric Epilepsy Program.
Pediatric Patient Finds Relief from Chronic Headaches with the Help of Dr. Jack Gladstein
Multidisciplinary team of experts saves life of teen with serious neurological problem known as an arteriovenous malformation, or AVM
Special Programs: Safe Kids
Following a car crash and a visit to the Peds ED, the Njike family came out to the Oldtown Fire Station for one of Safe Kids Baltimore's car seat safety checks
Surgery (General and Thoracic)
Having undergone 13 surgeries to correct multiple birth defects, this charismatic 8-year-old is an inspiration to all who know him