- 111 bed facility
- Level I pediatric trauma center
- Level I pediatric intensive care unit
- 26 bed Level IV neonatal intensive care unit
- Pediatric burn unit
- Comprehensive inpatient pediatric rehabilitation program that incorporates didactic training, as well as observational opportunities and other disciplines/specialties.
- Outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy
- Clinic provides support to clinics at American Family Children’s Hospital and Waisman Center including:
- Cerebral Palsy Clinic
- Neuromotor Clinic
- Spina Bifida Clinic
- Chest Wall Deformity Clinic
This clinical site will incorporate clinical and didactic training in their outpatient clinics as well as some of the multi-disciplinary clinics.
The resident will participate as a Fellow in the Wisconsin Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (WI LEND) Program. WI LEND is an interdisciplinary leadership training program funded by the federal Maternal & Child Health Bureau of the Department of Health & Human Services (MCHB/DHHS) to prepare professionals, graduate students, and individuals with lived experience with developmental disability for leadership and advanced professional practice in order to improve the lives of children with neurodevelopmental and related disabilities and their families. WI LEND participation includes didactic, community-based, clinical, and leadership training.
UW Health is a designated “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader” in the 2022 Healthcare Equality Index and both University Hospital and East Madison Hospital have earned the coveted “Leader” designation. In addition, UW Health has a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.