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How is a children's hospital different from other hospitals?

A children's hospital is planned around the special needs of children and their families. All of the doctors have special training in pediatrics, whether they're pediatric surgeons or pediatric anesthesiologists or pediatric radiologists; all of the nurses are experienced in caring for children. This concentration allows us to develop specific expertise in pediatric problems and to develop special programs for children (such as Minimal Access Surgery, pediatric trauma care, etc.).

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