We’ve designed our pediatric units to be as comfortable as possible, not only for your child, but for you and the rest of your family.
Comfortable, private rooms
To make sure each child feels safe and secure in his or her hospital room, we perform all types of procedures in a special “Treatment Room.” After a procedure, which can be painful or scary, children leave the room and return to the comfort and safety of their own room.
Play rooms and family lounge
The units also include play rooms filled with toys for all ages and a comfortable family room equipped with a television and telephone.
Home away from home
In each room on the pediatric units, you’ll find a cot or pull-out chair with extra linens so you can sleep next to your child. Each room also has its own VCR, with access to a library of free videotapes to borrow. Portable game systems are also available, along with highchairs, rocking chairs, wagons, tricycles and infant swings. If it helps ease your child’s anxieties, we also encourage you to bring familiar items from home.
Additionally, we offer a variety of other services and materials to make your stay as comfortable as possible, including:
- A la Carte dining service offers a wide variety of menu selections delivered to your bedside on demand. At First Hill service is available 24 hours a day. At Cherry Hill and Ballard hours of service are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Access to a refrigerator
- Free children’s books
- Visits by gentle service dogs
- Personalized family care packages
- Extra diapers, formula and other necessities
Pediatric Specialty Care/Seattle1101 Madison
First Hill Campus, Madison Tower, Suites 510 & 800
Seattle, WA 98104
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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