Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Jacksonville, is part of one of the nation’s largest children’s health organizations.
Nemours physicians care for children of all ages in multiple outpatient locations as well as hospitalized patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.
Children’s subspecialties provided at Wolfson Children’s include: Anesthesiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Genetics, Hematology/Oncology, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Disease, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology (ENT), Psychology and Psychiatry, Pulmonology/ Allergy, Radiology, Sports Medicine/Orthopedics, Surgery and Urology.
University of Florida College of Medicine, Jacksonville partners with Wolfson Children’s Hospital to serve as its primary teaching facility for resident physicians.
Physicians with UF Jacksonville provide outpatient services, as well as care for hospitalized patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital in the following children’s subspecialties: Critical Care Medicine, Genetics, Hospital Medicine, Infectious Disease, Neonatology, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Pain and Palliative Care, and Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine.
Wolfson Children’s Hospital is North Florida’s only children’s hospital and part of Baptist Health, the region’s most comprehensive health care system.
Our 216-bed facility in Jacksonville provides advanced medical and surgical inpatient care using the latest technology in a caring, family-friendly environment designed just for children. Outpatient services include advanced imaging, cardiodiagnostics, infusion and neurodiagnostics.
Outside hospital walls, Wolfson Children’s offers four pediatric multispecialty centers and five children’s rehabilitation locations throughout the region.
Nemours, UF College of Medicine and Mayo Clinic provide physicians from 30+ pediatric subspecialties at Wolfson Children’s Hospital.
Wolfson Children’s Hospital is the only full-service children’s hospital between Orlando and Atlanta.
Children Served Annually
Wolfson Children’s, with Nemours and the UF College of Medicine, work together to keep children as healthy as possible, in and out of the hospital.