An allergy is the response of the body’s immune system to something that doesn’t bother most other people. Allergies can by simply annoying—or life-threatening.

Blood Disorders

Blood disorders are medical conditions caused by problems with the blood. Common blood disorders include anemia, bleeding problems, blood clots, and blood cancers.

Brain Spine

Intermountain Healthcare has board-certified specialists who can quickly diagnose and treat traumatic brain or spine injuries in children.

Cancer Care

Find a list of pediatric cancer care services we offer.


Child Protection and Family Health

Child protection services seek to prevent and treat physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, as well as neglect of a child. Neglect is when a parent, guardian, or other caregiver fails to provide for a child’s basic needs.
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Colorectal Care

Learn more about the pediatric colorectal care services at Intermountain Healthcare.


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Dysphagia (diss-FAY-ja) is difficulty swallowing and occurs when food does not move safely from the mouth to the stomach. It is caused by muscle weakness, brain injury, congenital problems, mouth or throat surgeries, and neurological diseases.

Emergency Services

Taking your child to the emergency room is scary for any parent. Rest assured that Intermountain Healthcare’s pediatric emergency services will provide excellent care for your child.


Pediatric endocrinology is the study of the endocrine system in children. The endocrine system creates and regulates the body’s hormones.


Pediatric gastroenterology is the study of the function and diseases of the digestive system in children.


Genetics is the study of how certain traits and risk for diseases are passed from parents to their children. Learn more about genetics and genetic testing for your child or unborn baby.


Hearing is an important part of learning, speaking, and communicating—right from birth. It’s important to find hearing problems early to prevent delays in learning and communication.

Heart and Vascular Care

Heart problems are hard for anyone, but they can be especially difficult in children. Intermountain Healthcare offers screening, diagnosis, and treatment services for children with all types of heart and vascular problems.

Imaging Services

Learn more about child-friendly imaging services at Intermountain Healthcare.

Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases are diseases caused by germs. Germs are tiny living things that are found everywhere in our environment.
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Integrative Medicine

Integrative medicine is an approach that combines modern medicine with other kinds of care, such as complementary, alternative, or holistic medicine, to treat your child as a whole. An integrative medicine specialist will know what options are safe and will work, and natural healing or less invasive actions will be used when possible.
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Kidney Care

Kidney care includes the diagnosis, treatment, and management of kidney problems. Kidneys are responsible for filtering blood.

Lactation Consultation

Lactation consultation is coaching and support for women to help them breastfeed. This service may be offered in the hospital, and women can also find their own lactation consultant to help in the hospital and at home.


Find a list of pediatric nutrition services we offer.



Pediatric orthopedics [oar-thuh-pee-diks] is a medical specialty that focuses on problems with children’s bones, muscles, and joints. Pediatric orthopedists are doctors that have special training to treat children’s growing bones and muscle problems.

Pain Management

Your pediatrician can help you manage your child or teen’s pain, whether it’s due to disease, cancer, or a condition like fibromyalgia, sciatica, or back pain.

Palliative Care

Palliative [PAL-ee-uh-tiv] care is medical care focused on improving quality of life for patients facing a serious and their families. A key emphasis is managing pain and other symptoms, such as nausea and sleep problems.

Pediatric Imaging

Our state-of-the-art, child-friendly pediatric imaging facilities are committed to the health and healing of children.


Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is done on children of all ages to change looks or fix body parts that have been lost, been hurt, or not grown the way they should. Two main kinds of plastic surgery include reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery. Both may help a child feel better about their looks and help give them confidence.
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Pediatric Rehabilitation

Find a comprehensive list of services, our doctors, and locations related to pediatric rehabilitation.


Respiratory Care

Learn more about pediatric respiratory care services at Intermountain Healthcare.


Rheumatology is the branch of medicine that treats autoimmune (rheumatic) diseases and other conditions that cause inflammation (pain and swelling) in the bones, muscles, and joints.

Sleep Lab

Sleep plays an important role in the growth and development of children. Like adults, children and adolescents can experience sleep problems.

Sports Injuries

A sports injury can happen when you are playing sports or exercising. Common sports injuries include sprains, strains, and dislocations. Many sports injuries heal on their own, and you can use RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) to help the healing process.


Surgery is a safe and effective way of helping treat or diagnose many conditions. You can help your child prepare for surgery by knowing what to expect.

Transplant Services

Transplants are medical procedures that replace a diseased organ or tissue in the body with a healthy one from someone else.
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Pediatric urology is a medical specialty that treats problems with the genitals or urinary tract in infants, children, and adolescents. A pediatric urologist is a doctor who specializes in treating children with these types of conditions.

Wound Care

Wounds are treated based on where they are, what caused them, how deep they are, and other factors. Your child’s wound will heal fastest if you create the best conditions for new tissue to grow.