COVID-19 update: During this unprecedented global crisis, we’ve been working nonstop to develop protocols, policies and recommendations for the care of known or suspected COVID-19 patients, the safety of healthcare workers and health of our communities. We hope that by sharing our work, we can collaborate and inform your teams to be able to spend more time responding to and caring for your patients.
See UW Medicine’s screening and testing algorithms, policy statements and protocols.
UW Medicine offers the latest therapies for premature infants in our Level IV and III neonatal intensive care units, located at UW Medical Center and Valley Medical Center. Also provided are specialized pediatric gynecology, neurosurgery, and trauma services. Located at Harborview Medical Center, UW Medicine operates the only Level I pediatric trauma center in the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho (WWAMI) region.
Kristina Adams Waldorf, MD covers many aspects of the significant and enduring public health challenge of the Zika Virus.
Richard Ellenbogen, MD, provides an overview of and treatment options for Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia.
In May 2011, Gretchen Pitkin delivered triplets at UW Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The three babies were in the NICU for various lengths of time, one for 100 days. They are now 15 months old and are thriving. Watch their amazing story.
UW Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is one of our greatest prides.
New innovative research projects aiming to prevent premature birth have been announced by the Global Alliance to Prevent Prematurity and Stillbirth (GAPPS), an initiative of Seattle Children's.
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When children who suffer from traumatic brain injuries come from low-income households with limited English proficiency, there can be significant barriers in getting them the care they need.