ABOUT COTTAGE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
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Cottage Children's Hospital at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital is dedicated to providing personalized,compassionate care to children and families throughout the central coast and inland regions. Recognized as a regional referral center for the medical needs of infants, toddlers, and children in the Tri-counties and throughout Central California, CCH has earned a reputation for excellence that draws some of the nation's top pediatric specialists.
A Children's Miracle Network Hospital
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The CCH medical staff prides itself on providing clinically excellent health care, taking a collaborative, team approach where children receive individualized care in a patient-focused environment.
Under the clinical stewardship of nationally recognized physicians and specially trained nursing and clinical support staff, Cottage Children's Hospital offers comprehensive pediatric services, including:
• pediatric intensive care unit
• acute care pediatric unit
• Level III neonatal intensive care unit
• pediatric multispecialty clinics
• endocrine and diabetes clinic
• gastroenterology clinic
• hematology / oncology program
Cottage Children’s Hospital features highly trained pediatric specialists in the fields of advanced pediatric minimally invasive surgery, gastroenterology, neurology, orthopedics, cardiology, radiology, and ophthalmology; along with a dedicated pediatric / neonatal transport system.
The hospital is a proud member of the Children's Miracle Network alliance of 170 premier children's hospitals across the U.S. and Canada. And as a not-for-profit medical center, Cottage Children's Hospital invests its profits back into the organization to ensure the good health of every child in our communities.
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