Wesley Children’s Hospital

Wesley Children’s Hospital

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We have specially trained pediatric nurses available when your doctor's office is closed. Call 316.962.KIDS on weekdays 5pm-8am. All day weekends and holidays.

Wesley Medical Center is expanding its children’s services and renovating its current inpatient pediatric areas with the construction of $28 million children’s hospital – Wesley Children’s Hospital.

Wesley Children’s Hospital will provide expert pediatric care for children from infancy through teen, offer state-of-the-art technology and a family centered healing environment where children and their families receive the best care possible, close to home.

Wesley wanted to build this hospital to advance its role as a leader in children’s health and be an active advocate for children through the development of its upcoming children’s foundation. Wesley Children’s Hospital will continue to make advancements in health care that reflect the needs of children by encouraging, supporting and participating in community programs that improve the health, education and overall wellness of our community’s children.

Renovations will be completed in fall 2016. See our plans in action by visiting our Wesley Children’s Hospital Facebook page.

Wesley Medical Center maintains a robust array of pediatric services, physicians and technologies, including the Pediatric Unit within Wesley’s main building; families will find a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit staffed with specialists in pediatric intensive care; a Pediatric Emergency Department; and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for sick and premature newborns.

Facilities outside of the main campus include Wesley’s Pediatric Surgery Clinic; the Pediatric Center of Kansas, a collaboration with the University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita, KU Wichita Pediatrics, and independent physicians with outpatient clinics staffed by pediatric subspecialists; and a Ronald McDonald House where parents of hospitalized children can stay overnight.

Care is provided by pediatricians, many of whom have subspecialties in neonatology, surgery, intensive care, infectious diseases, allergy/immunology, radiology, endocrinology, neurology, cardiology, pulmonology, urology, orthopedics, anesthesia and child development. Other experienced staff include child development therapists, pediatric respiratory therapists, pediatric nurses, child-life specialists, dietitians, care coordinators, pharmacists, and chaplains. Our staff are specially trained to meet the emotional as well as physical needs of young patients and their families. Child-life specialists focus on helping children of all ages feel more comfortable during their hospital stay.

Parents are encouraged to talk to our staff about any questions they may have concerning their child's hospitalization. We provide education programs to help parents understand and provide for their child's health-care needs. Parents can relax and find information and support in the Ronald McDonald Family Room located near the Pediatric Intensive Care unit. Comfortable lodging is available at the nearby Wesley Inn. If you are from out of town the Ronald McDonald house may also be an option.

Pediatric specialty services

  • Adolescent psychiatry
  • Pediatric allergy/asthma
  • Pediatric cardiology
  • Child abuse pediatrics
  • Pediatric clinical pharmacology
  • Pediatric critical care medicine
  • Developmental and behavioral pediatrics
  • Pediatric dentistry
  • Pediatric endocrine/diabetes medicine
  • Pediatric gastroenterology
  • General pediatrics
  • Pediatric surgery
  • Genetics
  • Pediatrics hematology
  • Pediatrics hospitalist
  • Pediatric infectious disease
  • Lactation services
  • Maternal fetal medicine specialists
  • Neonatology
  • Pediatric nephrology
  • Pediatric oncology
  • Pediatric ophthalmology
  • Pediatric orthopedic surgery
  • Pediatric radiology
  • Pediatric rheumatology
  • Pediatric respiratory care
  • Retinology
  • Weight management
  • Pediatric neurology
  • Pediatric anesthesia

Pediatric outpatient clinics

  • 316.962.7386 or 316.962.2682
    • PKU
    • Galactosemia
    • Hemaglobinopathy
  • 316.962.3100
    • Failure to Thrive
    • Childhood Obesity
    • Adolescent
    • Orthopedic
  • 316.962.2080
    • Multisubspecialty
    • Genetics
    • Neonatal Follow-up
  • 316.962.8701
    • Bronchiolitis
  • 316.962.2021
    • Children with Special Needs
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Spina Bifida
  • 316.962.7959
    • Pediatric Preoperative Assessment Clinic
  • 316.962.9122
    • Child Maltreatment Center
  • 316.962.2085
    • Pediatric Surgery Clinic