The mission of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is to meet the needs of the communities it serves by: - providing high-quality, comprehensive health care services to children appropriate for their needs. - Being a center for the education of health professionals in the care of children. - Supporting research and training activities that increase the knowledge and understanding of the nealth care needs of children. - Providing leadership, experience and expertise as a community, state and regional resource to advocate for the health and welfare of children.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top pediatric facilities. Founded in 1894, in Milwaukee, Children's Hospital is a private, independent, not-for profit hospital. It serves children will all types of illnesses, injuries, birth defects and other disorders. Children's opened a Fox Valley hospital in 2001 with 42 total beds; 20 for inpatient pediatrics and 22 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) beds. More than 1200 children were served as inpatients and 14,000 total clinic visits were performed in 2011. With inpatient pediatric hospitalists available 24/7, it is the only hospital in Northeast Wisconsin dedicated to the care of children.