At Dayton Children’s, our experts are here to help you navigate your care and provide a personalized approach. We will help you explore the unique challenges and opportunities in your care journey and provide you and your family with the information needed to make a decision about your next steps.
the Dayton Children’s difference
Our expertise and experience, along with input from a referring physician, will guide the creation of an individualized care plan based on the needs of each family. This unique plan may include diagnostic tests such as ultrasound, fetal MRI and genetic testing, innovative procedures and interventions, and specialized care after birth.
Our pediatric specialists have advanced experience treating your child from diagnosis to treatment to follow-up, giving you peace of mind in knowing who is caring for your baby. And our specialized nurse navigator will guide a mother through the pregnancy assisting with all of the subspecialty appointments and tours needed at Dayton Children’s and other area hospitals. In addition, she will provide emotional support, educational materials, and be the first line contact for the families for all of their needs, and in rare cases, assist the family through the perinatal hospice path. The nurse navigator will communicate throughout the pregnancy with the referring physician.
congenital gastrointestinal surgery program
Dayton Children's congenital gastrointestinal surgery program combines the expertise of pediatric surgeons and pediatric gastroenterologists to provide a seamless continuum of care for babies born with complex gastrointestinal issues.Learn more
fetal cardiac clinic
The fetal cardiac clinic at Dayton Children's provides a fetal echocardiogram and then a consultation with one of our board-certified pediatric cardiologists to ensure a seamless continuum of care for babies born with cardiac issues.Learn more
fetal musculoskeletal services
From amniotic band syndrome to spina bifida, our pediatric orthopedic specialists provide compassionate care for babies born with congenital conditions.Learn more