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Pediatric Inpatient Care (Leominster Campus) is closed.
Should you have an emergency for any pediatric patient, please go directly to the
Leominster campus and/or Clinton campus emergency department.
If hospitalization is deemed necessary, our team will work with your family to transfer care to an alternative location such as:
UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital offers a full range of comprehensive pediatric inpatient and primary care services for children from newborns to young adults.
Our experts - pediatricians, family practice physicians and pediatric nurses - offer the most current technologies and treatments for your child. They are dedicated to making your child's hospitalization safe and comfortable, and they keep you fully involved in the care process.
As a member hospital of UMass Memorial Health Care, our pediatricians refer to the broad range of pediatric specialists at UMass Memorial Children's Medical Center in Worcester when such care is needed. If your child needs intensive care, you will be referred to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at UMass Memorial.
The range of services available on the Leominster Campus allows area patients to remain close to home even when they need inpatient care.
Our primary care pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioners and staff provide family-centered health care to infants, children and adolescents including routine health maintenance and urgent sick visits. Learn more.
The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Program offers the comfort of knowing that highly qualified, board-certified pediatric caregivers provide 24-hour care for children in the hospital. Our pediatric hospitalists also attend newborn deliveries and provide newborn care.
If your child is undergoing same day surgery, they may stay in our Pediatric/Young Adult Unit where trained pediatric nurses look after him/her. The nurses prepare your child for surgery and accompany him/her to the operating room. When the surgery is completed and your child wakes up, he/she is brought back to the unit until discharged. Families are encouraged to remain on the pediatric unit with their child.
Family members may call their child's nurse at any time about his/her condition. To ensure safety and confidentiality, prearranged proof of identify is required before the nurse provides any information. For information, call 978-466-4160.