Keep up to date on all the activities, stories and memories as East Tennessee Children's Hospital celebrates 85 years.
- 85 Years of East Tennessee Children's Hospital
For more than eight decades, our mission has been to deliver family-centered care in a child-friendly environment.
- We've Seen a Lot in 85 Years
And there have been a lot of interesting people who came and visited our kids. Enjoy this gallery of some of our past guests.
- What is the Grow With Me Clinic?
The Grow With Me Clinic is a care coordination service and outpatient clinic designed to serve at-risk children who have experienced intrauterine drug exposure or were diagnosed and treated for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).
- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)
Neonatal abstinence syndrome happens when babies are in contact with medications or illegal drugs in the womb. After birth, they experience withdrawal just like adults.
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It's About Children
It's About Children is a 6-times yearly publication introducing you to some of our more memorable patients and experiences. East Tennessee Children's Hospital has a special history with its children and each has a unique story to tell. We hope you enjoy learning from their courage and perseverance.
- July, 2020 - Help Us Reach the Finish Line
Help us finish childhood illness! Children's Hospital has provided life-saving services to children in our region for more than 80 years. Every dollar from you ensures that we'll continue our mission tomorrow and for years to come.
- May-June, 2020 - Safety Update
As we return to normal operations, we continue to make your family's safety a top priority. Whether you're planning your next visit to our campus, or if you find yourself unexpectedly at our door - our team team is prepared to greet you with the safest in family-centered care... (read more)
- March, 2020 - Visible Impact
Neurosurgical patient, student, non-profit founder, advocate. Allison has done a lot while battling a brain condition, but her biggest accomplishment is the legacy she’s built at Children’s Hospital... (read more)
- Special Annual Report Edition
- More Than a Number
When the Cope family goes to count their blessings, they count one 5-year-old, one extra chromosome and one Children’s Hospital... (read more)
- 2019 Annual Report
2019 Hospital Highlights and Statistics (read more)
- October, 2019 - Thicker Than Blood
Bryan has considered East Tennessee Children’s Hospital to be his second home since he was just six weeks old. But despite living with constant pain and having frequent blood transfusions, Bryan won’t let sickle cell anemia slow him down... (read more)
- August, 2019 - The Baer Necessities
Like most of the families in East Tennessee Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), the Baers didn’t expect to find themselves on our doorstep. But when Kaite went into early labor, she and her husband soon found themselves at the beginning of one very difficult journey... (read more)
Inside NICU Magazine