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The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital

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The mission of The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital is to provide quality pediatric services in a caring, progressive environment. The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital contains 148 beds and is committed to quality through teamwork, technology and service in a child friendly, family oriented environment.

As a member of The Hospitals of Providence in El Paso, Texas, The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital continues its commitment to the children in our community and region; improving the full scope of pediatric care in El Paso. Offering the latest pediatric technologies, The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital seeks to maximize opportunities for positive outcomes through innovative treatment approaches developed specifically for children.

The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital serves the pediatric component of the approximately 750,000 people of El Paso, Texas and the surrounding area. The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital sees more pediatric patients than any other hospital in the Region. Being on the United States/Mexico border, there are also pediatric patients from Mexico who are treated at the facility.

The Hospitals of Providence Children's Hospital staff also receives specialized training in the treatment of children. Many members of the nursing staff have received Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALs) and/or Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification. These health professionals are part of a team that includes pediatric sub-specialists in cardiology, genetics, infectious diseases, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pathology, radiology, urology, nephrology, pulmonology, surgery, oncology, hematology, neurology, endocrinology, gastroenterology and neonatology.

EL PASO

2.8 million people live in the region of El Paso.  There is an active Army base with 31,000 members.  El Paso is one of the most family friends cities in the country, and ranked the second safest largest city.  Public schools are great, and there are private schools as well to chose from.  The Sun Bowl is located in El Paso.  Texas is a tort reform state; therefore, physician friendly.  El Paso has a minor league baseball team, symphony, museums, excellent dining options and shopping.  The El Paso airport is very easy to get in and out of making travel simple and efficient.  You can enjoy living in the mountains, and skiing is just two hours away.