A Care Team Centered Around You
Your Bedside Nurse plays a key role in your journey.
Bedside nurses are the people who give you direct care during your stay at the hospital.
Your Care Manager plays a key role in your journey.
An Intermountain Healthcare care manager will work closely with the child’s family to plan and manage many different areas of care.
Your Charge Nurse plays a key role in your journey.
Charge nurses are the head of the nursing unit and assigning and helping the workload of the other nurses.
Child Life Specialist
Your Child Life Specialist plays a key role in your journey.
Our child life specialists are experts in child development and teach children skills to help them during and after their hospital stay.
Your Hospitalist plays a key role in your journey.
A pediatric hospitalist is a pediatrician who works in hospitals. They care for children in the pediatric unit, newborn, and the emergency room.
Your Nutritionist plays a key role in your journey.
A nutritionist can help provide a plan for children who need to eat specific foods because of a diagnosis.
Your Pharmacist plays a key role in your journey.
A pharmacist specializes in medication and will give you the medication your doctor prescribes.
Your Physician plays a key role in your journey.
Our highly skilled physicians at Intermountain Healthcare are medical doctors who will diagnose and treat you. Some physicians specialize in treating certain parts of the body.
Your Respiratory Therapist plays a key role in your journey.
Respiratory therapists are trained to help children who are having difficulty breathing. They will choose the best treatment for the child’s diagnosis. Click here to enter brief description of what that caregiver does.
Your Social Worker plays a key role in your journey.
A hospital social worker will help families with emotional, social, or financial problems relating to their medical condition.