For many children, the transition from hospital to home is the most challenging step in the healing process.
At Mt. Washington Pediatric, they get both sophisticated medical care and the warm embrace of our family-friendly atmosphere. So they heal, grow, go home stronger, and learn the skills that lead to happier, more independent lives.
We focus on supporting their families to ensure that the healing continues – even after the hospital stay.
Our young patients receive a wide range of services. By offering state-of-the-art treatments and working closely with Maryland’s leading hospitals and pediatricians, we become our children’s bridge to better health. Our outcomes and our patient satisfaction prove our success – again and again.
That’s why, since 1922, we’ve played a unique role in child-centered care in Maryland. Like our prestigious affiliates, the University of Maryland Medical and Johns Hopkins Health systems, we strive to provide world-class care – and add family to it. Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital: Where children go to heal and grow®.
Our team of highly skilled pediatric dietitians evaluate and treat children with a variety of diagnoses in outpatient, inpatient and day treatment programs.
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Keeping germs away is serious business at our hospital. But that doesn't mean we can't have a little fun learning how to do it right. Check out our hand washing video "Teach Me How to Scrubbie."
MWPH’s Lead Clinic staff stays extremely busy seeing many children with dangerously elevated lead levels, despite widespread belief that the problem is waning.
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore showed off its new baby at a reception for donors - a nearly $9 million dollar expansion including a new lobby and an upgrade to its center for premature babies.
Dr. Tiffany Garner, Psy. D. of the MWPH Division of Psychology, West Rogers Avenue in Baltimore, offers advice for parents and other caregivers concerned about how to talk to children after a tragedy.
Tune into WBAL-AM 1090 every Thursday morning at 7:58 a.m. to hear Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital's Dr. Richard Katz and other clinicians discuss pediatric health issues. Visit our Medical Minute page to hear previous recordings. Listen now
Find out why 2011 was a special year for MWPH. Read Annual Report.
Nutrition expert, Kate Hogan, offers parents and caregivers tips on getting picky eaters to pick fruits and vegetables. Watch video.
Own a piece of Mt. Washington Tavern and support children's programs at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. Thanks to the Tavern's owners, the public can buy bricks through the Tavern website and help support a longtime neighbor.
Every Tuesday, 5-6:30 p.m. Diabetes Support Group For kids and teens living with type I diabetes and their families. Led by psychology services - a new topic is discussed
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