Month of Miracles
Why we need your support:
In 2019, patients visited WVU Medicine Children’s more than 227,400 times, and our doctors performed over 9,000 pediatric surgeries.
Our mission is to see no child left untreated. That is accomplished through people like you — our generous supporters — who help us purchase lifesaving equipment, accomplish groundbreaking research and support the emotional well-being of our young patients.
We are growing WVU Medicine Children’s
The demand for pediatric services is growing at such a rapid pace that the creation of a new hospital was essential. In summer, 2021, we will complete work on our new, free-leaning, WVU Medicine Children’s hospital.
The nine-story, 150-bed WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital will include:
- A Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, which includes a cardiovascular intensive care unit and an epilepsy monitoring unit
- A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- A Pediatric Acute Care Unit, which includes an inpatient cancer unit
- A Birthing Center
- Private inpatient rooms with a window view
- A dedicated emergency department
- Operating rooms, cardiac catheterization, interventional radiology, and endoscopy facilities
- A medical office building, including pediatric heart and vascular institute, blood disorder and cancer center, infusion center, and maternal-fetal medicine clinics
- A pharmacy, pediatric imaging services, a cafeteria, and a gift shop
- A family resource center
Together, this November, we all can help forge a brighter future for WVU Medicine Children’s, your local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital and the future of our state and region.