When it comes to caring for infants, children and adolescents, Fairbanks Memorial believes that the little things count most.
Our Pediatric and Adolescent Unit blends state-of-the-art medical technology with a thorough understanding of a child’s spirit.
Led by a team of specially trained pediatric physicians, nurses and social workers, our pediatric services include emergency care, surgical care, chronic disease management and acute infections.
All of our pediatric nurses are Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certified by the American Heart Association, and have specialized training to treat children experiencing all types of health issues.
We are committed to the principles of family-centered care. This means that by working with families as partners in their child’s care, our young patients will experience a more relaxed stay and make the most of their treatment.
We understand that a hospital stay can be frightening for a child. That’s why we provide a number of features to make sure your child’s stay as family-centered and stress-free as possible.
In addition to inpatient pediatric rooms, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital has a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for those babies up to age 24 months who need more extensive care.