As the only Level I pediatric surgery center in Wisconsin, this achievement reflects the highly specialized care and quality assessments in surgical services at Children's Wisconsin.
Children’s Wisconsin is one of only two hospitals in state with this accreditation from the American College of Surgeons.
How do babies learn to talk? And what can parents and caregivers do to help little ones learn to communicate? In this episode, we hear from George Stotis, MD, a pediatrician at the Children's Wisconsin Forest View Pediatrics primary care office, about how a baby’s speech and language develop over the first year and a half of life, how you can help support your baby’s speech and language development, and how your baby’s pediatrician can help if you have concerns.
The Healthy Baby, Happy Parent podcast from Children's Wisconsin is available to listen to below and wherever you get your podcasts.
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Find out more about how Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) work with pediatricians to help babies thrive.