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2018 W Clinch Ave
Knoxville, TN 37916
865-541-8000

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Pediatric Physician and Nurse

Pediatric Services and Specialties

Children's Hospital offers more pediatric subspecialties than any other hospital in Knoxville and the greater East Tennessee region. Our services and facilities are staffed with licensed physicians, skilled nurses and other pediatric experts in a variety of medical fields. Take a look at Children's Hospital services and specialties and find out how we can help your child:


Adolescent Gynecology

Pediatric and adolescent health care for girls and young women


Adolescent Medicine

Primary health care for teens and young adults


Child Abuse Pediatrics

Evaluation and diagnosis of possible child maltreatment


Child Life

Easing child's anxiety through play in a healing and educating manner


Clinical Laboratory

Diagnostics: hematology, microbiology, immunology, serology, blood bank


Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

Treatment of learning, developmental and/or behavioral issues


Lifeline Transport Services

Transport to NICU and PICU from outlying hospitals in a mobile intensive care unit


Neonatal Intensive Care

Intensive medical care of newborns who are ill or premature (NICU)


Pediatrics

Primary healthcare for the infant, newborn child and the early adolescent


Pediatric Allergy & Immunology

The care of children with allergies and disorders of the immune system


Pediatric Anesthesiology

The administration of drugs to put a patient to "sleep" for surgery


Pediatric Cardiology

The care of children with heart problems or abnormalities


Pediatric Dentistry/Pedodontics

Dental care and dental surgery for children


Pediatric Dermatology

The treatment of skin problems and diseases specific to children


Pediatric Emergency Department

The treatment of sick or injured children in an emergency department setting.


Pediatric Endocrinology

Treatment of growth and development problems, including diabetes.


Pediatric Gastroenterology

Treatment of disorders of the digestive system


Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

The care of children with blood disorders and cancers


Pediatric Hospitalist

Pediatricians who provide care for hospitalized pediatric patients


Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Treatment of infections and infectious illnesses


Pediatric Intensive Care

Treatment of seriously ill or injured children in an intensive care unit (PICU)


Pediatric Nephrology

Medical treatment of kidney problems and diseases


Pediatric Neurology

The care of children with disorders of the nervous system


Pediatric Neurosurgery

Surgical treatment of problems of the brain and spinal cord


Pediatric Ophthalmology

Specialized care of the eyes and eye surgery for children


Pediatric Orthopedics

Care for muscular and skeletal system disorders


Pediatric Otolaryngology

Treatment of problems of the ear, nose and throat


Pediatric Perinatology

High-risk pregnancy care for both mother and child


Pediatric Physiatry

Treatment of muscular disorders, design of rehabilitation therapy


Pediatric Pulmonology

Lung diseases, breathing problems, asthma, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia


Pediatric Radiology

X-rays, CT scans, MRI, nuclear and other diagnostic testing


Pediatric Reconstructive Surgery

Plastic and reconstructive surgery for infants and children


Pediatric Sedation

Medication to help patients relax or "go to sleep" before a procedure


Pediatric Surgery

General surgery for infants, children and young adults


Pediatric Urology

Medical and surgical treatment of kidney and bladder disorders


Pediatric Weight Management

Clinical nutrition services and medical nutrition therapy


Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physiatry


Sleep Medicine

Diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, snoring, sleep apnea


Social Work

Helping patients and families deal with stresses resulting from illness