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Ranked in more specialties than any other hospital in Northeast Ohio.

Ranked in more specialties than any other hospital in Northeast Ohio.

We all want our kids to feel loved and be healthy. At Cleveland Clinic Children’s, we treat your family like our own.

That's why we've earned national recognition from U.S. News & World Report in 10 out of 10 specialties in the 2020-21 edition of “Best Children’s Hospitals”. Because the best care is our specialty.

From checkups, to life-changing procedures. For the little ones. For the almost grown up ones. For every care in the world.

Please note: This video was taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. We now follow added protocols (including social distancing and masking) to protect our patients and caregivers.

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Charlotte gets kisses from her mom and dad. (Courtesy: Ashley Lindeman Photography)

Army of Caregivers Helps Toddler Overcome Severe Birth Defects

Aug 10, 2020

“To see Charlotte now, you would never know her ultrasound indicated she might not survive. She's super sweet and joyful, playing with her little brother and taking care of her stuffed animals.That kid has been through more than most of us ever will, but she’s so resilient.”

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Carson was born with a congenital heart defect called aortic stenosis.

Baby Born With Severe Heart Defect Thrives After Three Heart Procedures

Feb 28, 2020

"We are thankful for each and every day, and every milestone Carson reaches is a blessing."
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Lucy Mageors sits on her bed at home.

Immunotherapy for Rare Form of Epilepsy Revives Young Girl

Nov 29, 2019

“She was a different kid. She was running through the house and jumping off the couch, which she never did.”

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