Fletcher Allen, a Vermont university hospital and medical center, serves all of
Vermont and the northern New York region. Located in Burlington, Fletcher Allen is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont.
Children's Specialty Care
The Vermont Children’s Hospital at Fletcher Allen provides advanced care for children with all types of medical conditions in a child-friendly environment that is centered-around your child and family.
Care is provided by a team of expert practitioners with advanced training in specialties ranging from cardiac care to cancer care, from digestive health to mental health. And our skilled caregivers have a passion for working with children and a natural ability to reach out and relate to young people of all ages. They are dedicated to providing your child compassionate, personalized care and including your family as an important part of the care team.
The majority of outpatient pediatric specialty care is provided in our Children’s Specialty Center, while some care is located at one of our other locations. The Center has been specially designed to appeal to children with bright colors, fun themes and child-friendly décor – and to provide all the services you need in one centralized, convenient location.
At Vermont Children’s Hospital, we provide expert consultation, diagnosis and treatment for the full range of health issues facing young adults.
The Comfort Zone provides safe procedural sedation for infants and children in a child-friendly, family centered environment -- the only program of its kind in Vermont.
Children who may have developmental delays or the potential for neuro-developmental disabilities receive specialized evaluation from developmental pediatric specialists at the Vermont Children's Hospital.
Brain tumors in children sound very scary but at Fletcher Allen, our team of specialists is here to help.
If your child has a heart-related condition, you will find compassionate and knowledgeable care from a team of highly skilled pediatric cardiology specialists at the Vermont Children’s Hospital in Burlington, VT.We provide total care for children with a full range of heart conditions, including congenital heart defects, acquired heart disease and abnormal heart rates, as well as prenatal diagnosis of heart defects.
The S.A.N.E. and ChildSafe programs coordinate to provide comprehensive medical services for child victims of abuse, and work closely with community partners like the Children’s Advocacy Center, law enforcement, the Department for Children and Families (child protection services), and others to provide high-quality, compassionate, and coordinated care to children who have been victims of abuse, and their families.
What is a Child Life Specialist?The role of a child life specialist is to focus on the psychosocial needs of children and families in the healthcare setting.
At Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, VT, we offer medical nutrition therapy that includes comprehensive evaluation and focused education, used to treat nutrition problems that are diagnosed by a physician.
The Vermont Children's Hospital provides highly specialized critical care for children with life-threatening illnesses or injuries in our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Cystic fibrosis is an inherited condition that affects the lungs and digestive system.
Dermatology at Fletcher Allen provides consultation and therapy for all types of problems of the skin, hair, and nails, for patients of all ages.
At the Vermont Children's Hospital, we offer comprehensive care for the full scope of ear, nose and throat problems in children.
The Vermont Children’s Hospital provides expert care for children and adolescents with diabetes mellitus or other conditions affecting the endocrine glands and their respective hormones.
Vermont Children's Hospital provides a full range of services for children with stomach and intestinal disorders, nutritional problems and diseases of the liver and pancreas.
Vermont Children's Hospital provides expert, compassionate care, as well as a full range of genetic testing services for infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
At the Vermont Children's Hospital, we offer comprehensive care for the full scope of gynecologic problems in children.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, you will find a highly skilled team of dedicated, experienced cancer specialists ready to help you at the Vermont Children’s Hospital.
What is a Pediatric Hospitalist?Pediatric hospitalists are board-certified pediatricians who specialize in the care of infants, children and adolescents who are hospitalized.
We provide expert care for infants, children and adolescents with a wide range of immune system disorders.
Where to get a Whooping Cough VaccinationThe Vermont Department of Health has classified whooping cough (pertussis) as an epidemic, and is urging all Vermonters over the age of 11 to get vaccinated.
The Vermont Children’s Hospital at Fletcher Allen provides comprehensive services for children and adolescents with diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract, including hypertension and metabolic diseases affecting the kidneys.
The Vermont Children's Hospital in Burlington, VT, provides comprehensive care for the full scope of neurological problems in children—from birth through adolescence.
If your child has a condition that requires neurosurgery, you want them to receive the highest quality of care from a team of dedicated, experienced clinicians.
Bone, joint and muscle problems in children require specialized, expert care – to ensure your child has the best chances for healthy growth and development. At the Vermont Children’s Hospital, you’ll find a team of experienced orthopaedic special
Vermont Children’s Hospital provides the best possible care for children and families including the latest treatments and therapies for pain and symptom management.
The Vermont Children’s Hospital provides caring and compassionate services for children with life-threatening illnesses.
If your child has a condition that requires plastic surgery, you will find dedicated, compassionate care from surgeons with years of experience at the Vermont Children’s Hospital at Fletcher Allen.
The Vermont Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen includes two pediatric primary care clinics conveniently located in Burlington and Williston where our experienced and approachable pediatricians provide top-notch medical care for infants, children, and adolescents.
The Vermont Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive psychological services for infants, children and adolescents and their families.
At the Vermont Children’s Hospital, we provide comprehensive services for infants, children and adolescents with acute and chronic respiratory problems.
Pediatric Radiology at Fletcher Allen is dedicated to providing the highest quality imaging for children in a child-friendly and safe environment.
If your child has joint, muscle or bone pain, symptoms of arthritis or an autoimmune disorder, you will find a team of experienced, caring specialists ready to help at the Vermont Children's Hospital in Burlington, VT.Pediatric Rheumatology: What You Need to KnowTeamworkWe provide the full range of care for rheumatic and inflammatory disorders, including juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and connective tissue diseases such as lupus and dermatomyositis.
At Vermont Children’s Hospital, we offer comprehensive care for children and adolescents experiencing a full range of sleep problems.
Caring for a sick child is one of the most trying experiences a family will ever face.
At Vermont Children’s Hospital, our University of Vermont Medical Group physicians provide advanced surgical services for the full range of conditions for children from birth through adolescence.
If you are planning a trip out of the country, our international travel health clinic can provide the information and resources you need to keep your family healthy and safe throughout your journey.
At Vermont Children’s Hospital, our clinicians have the specialized qualifications and experience to diagnose, treat, and manage children with a wide range of congenital and acquired conditions involving the urinary and genital tracts.
If you are concerned that your child may have a weight problem, you have access to a team of experts at the Vermont Children's Hospital at Fletcher Allen in Burlington, VT. Weight Management: What You Need to KnowHere, we've designed a specialized program that provides comprehensive evaluations, diagnoses and treatment for overweight children and adolescents.