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Dayton Children’s Hospital is a tertiary care referral center and a level I pediatric trauma center treating more than 80,000 children per year, including the critically ill of the Dayton region and beyond. From July 2021 - June 2022, Dayton Children's had more than 10,000 total admissions and 88,000 ED and Urgent Care visits. The hospital is staffed by more than nearly 200 physicians in more than 40 subspecialties and is host to a busy pediatric and neonatal intensive care unit, Please find vital statistics about Dayton Children's in our Annual Report.
virtual tour of Dayton Children's
Dayton Children's offers locations across the Miami Valley. Take a closer look inside our main and south campus locations!
Connor Child Health Pavillion
The Connor Child Health Pavillion opened in spring of 2019 with a mission to serve as a centralized hub to support the entire health of a child and family – not just their medical care. Civilian residents attend continuity clinic here in the Dayton Children’s Pediatric clinic. Other services within the building include: developmental pediatrics, foster and kinship care clinic, complex care clinic, Healthy Me and lipid clinic, lab and imaging, family resource connection, teaching kitchen and food pharmacy. Watch this video to learn more about the Connor Child Health Pavillion.
Wright-Patterson Medical Center
The Wright-Patterson Medical Center (WPMC), the second largest medical center in the Air Force, is located a few miles northeast of downtown Dayton on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB). The outpatient pediatric clinic located within WPMC has the second largest pediatric outpatient clinic in the Air Force and was recently renovated in 2019. Our residents rotate at WPMC for their ambulatory, newborn nursery, and adolescent blocks. WPMC also maintains accredited residency programs in internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, clinical psychology, and dentistry.
Miami Valley Hospital
Miami Valley Hospital (MVH) is an 848-bed tertiary care facility and a principal teaching affiliate of Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine. It is the location of a 60-bed, level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that provides care for neonates with a variety of medical and surgical conditions and has extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) available on site. Our first-year residents rotate here during their NICU block.