UNC Children’s protects the health and well-being of all North Carolina children, aligning world-class clinical care, advocacy, research and education in its four-tiered mission to “CARE.” As experts in the treatment of children with virtually any disease or disorder, its clinical specialists work hand-in-hand with community hospitals and pediatricians across the state, providing specialty care to more than 70,000 children from all 100 counties each year—always regardless of a family’s ability to pay.

NC Children's Hospital

UNC Children’s offers complete inpatient and outpatient care at its state-of-the-art clinical home, N.C. Children’s Hospital, a part of UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill. It also brings care “closer to home” through more than two dozen satellite outpatient clinics located throughout North Carolina.

N.C. Children’s Hospital has 150 inpatient beds:
• 64-bed inpatient unit
• 8-bed children’s intermediate care center
• 48-bed Level IV neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) • 10-bed Level III NICU
• 20-bed pediatric intensive care unit (PICU)

Other Children’s Hospital features:

• The Triangle’s only Level I pediatric trauma center (one of only 41 in the nation)
• State-accredited Hospital School for grades K-12
• Places for patient-family recreation and respite, including a play atrium, teen lounge, and outdoor terrace
• 8-bed short stay unit for children requiring less than 24 hours of inpatient care
• Largest surgical space dedicated exclusively to pediatric patients anywhere in North Carolina

To learn more about the UNC CHildren’s and the N.C. Children’s Hospital, visit:  http://www.uncchildrens.org/uncmc/unc-childrens/