Pediatric Specialty Hospital
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh’s Pediatric Specialty Hospital was founded in 1984 as a 28-bed acute care hospital as licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, serving children from birth to age 21.
With specialized infant and pediatric services, our hospital offers a transitional setting or “bridge” between the hospital and home for infants, children and their families.
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center offers a hospital experience like no other. We address the special medical needs of infants and children in a comfortable, home-like environment. We support families by providing the teaching and the spaces for families to learn, to adjust, and to spend time together. We offer the opportunity for overnight stays with your child. Talk to your child’s physician today to learn why The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh may be the right place for your child and your family. Or call us for immediate information at 412-441-0700.
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh's Pediatric Specialty Hospital was founded in 1984 as Transitional Infant Care Hospital, or TIC to care for premature and medically fragile infants who were transitioning from a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to home. Today the family centered care philosophy and home-like environment remain and our infant services have expanded to include care for babies with a variety of unique medical needs.
The Children’s Home of Pittsburgh provides specialized pediatric services and the flexibility to meet your child’s unique needs. We offer individualized care plans with your input, the access to your child’s care team that you want, and caring staff who have the time and resourcefulness to ensure your child has the best hospital experience possible.