Pediatric General Surgery
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Bringing You the Best in Pediatric Care
When your child becomes ill or injured and surgery is needed, as a parent, you want and need to know that your little one’s care will be placed in the very best hands. The partnership that was formed between the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and WellSpan Health promises just that.
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center General Pediatric Surgery, in collaboration with WellSpan Health, offers the latest minimally invasive treatment options for children from birth through adolescence. Through this collaboration, your family has access to world-renowned pediatric care, right in your very own community.
Our Common Goal
The collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and WellSpan Health unites two well-respected health care systems with one common goal: to provide convenient access to the very best, most advanced and sophisticated pediatric surgical care for your family and neighbors that reside in south central Pennsylvania. In the event that your child requires specialized surgical care, you no longer need to travel out of the area to see physicians who have earned reputations as “among the best” in the region. Instead, those very physicians are bringing their services to you, streamlining and optimizing the care process for not only your child, but for you, the parent, as well.
Board-certified pediatric surgeons from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center offer scheduled consultative services at our York office and urgent, on-call consultative services at WellSpan York Hospital. All surgical procedures are performed at WellSpan York Hospital. Children with rare or sophisticated needs may be referred to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore for ongoing care.
Our areas of clinical expertise include:
- Colorectal surgery
- Head/neck, thoracic, abdominal, vascular surgery
- Laparoscopy and thoracoscopy
- Oncologic surgery
- Thoracic/airway surgery
- Transplantation of heart, heart-lung, small bowel, kidney and liver (split liver, living-related, cadaveric)
- Pectus excavatum
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