No family ever wants to have to come to the hospital, but parents know that a broken leg, burst appendix or even an acute chronic condition could happen at anytime.
If your little one needs extra care, look to the experts at the all-new, expanded Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. As the nation’s most technologically advanced, environmentally sustainable and family-friendly hospital for children and expectant mothers, you can take comfort in knowing that your child is in the best care. Here’s what sets Packard Children's Hospital apart:
- Packard Children's has more than doubled its capacity for care with an additional 149 patient beds, in its new 521,000 square-foot facility, as well as six new operating suites with the ability to add more. Combined with seven surgical suites at the existing hospital, Packard Children's will offer the largest number of operating rooms at any children’s hospital in Northern California.
- Designed for a world of ever-evolving technology, Packard Children’s offers the most advanced technology dedicated to pediatric patients.
- Every single detail of the expansion is designed with patients and families in mind, from the patient rooms to technology, surgical suites, gardens and even artwork. Packard Children’s has set out to transform what it feels like to be inside a hospital, giving patients and families alike a little extra TLC of comfort and normalcy throughout their experience.
- The impressive hospital design at Packard Children’s harnesses best practices in sustainability, from water conservation and renewable energy use, to recycling programs and landscape concept conservation, to green housekeeping and local food offerings.
- Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital is at the center of the Stanford Children’s Health network, where patients can get care at more than 60 Bay Area locations and benefit from the clinical expertise and scientific research conducted by medical faculty who are part of the world-renowned Stanford University School of Medicine.
- With the opening of the new main building at Packard Children’s, the West building will transform into a dedicated space just for expecting moms and their babies in the coming years.
Pediatric care in Northern California has risen to a bold new standard.