In life-threatening emergencies, find the emergency room location nearest you. For non-life-threatening medical needs when your pediatrician is unavailable, visit one of our convenient urgent care locations.
Children's Hospital Colorado treats more and heals more kids than any other hospital in Colorado and far beyond. In fact, as the only pediatric hospital in the region ranked among the best in the nation, we've delivered world-class care to kids and families at four locations in southern Colorado for years.
Now, with our new hospital open in the Briargate neighborhood, kids in southern Colorado can get even better access to the care they need and deserve: the best pediatric specialists, the most advanced facilities and equipment, and cutting-edge pediatric treatments.
A top-ranked city deserves a top-ranked hospital
This year, U.S News & World Report ranked Colorado Springs the third best city in the nation to live. They also ranked Children's Colorado among the country's top pediatric hospitals. Here's to a long partnership at the top.
We're proud to be the most awarded children's hospital in the region
These awards mean you're getting the very best physicians and nurses, with outstanding patient-centered safety and innovation in a family-friendly environment.
Our current Colorado Springs locations
FIRSTPediatric-only hospital in Southern Colorado
ONLYDedicated pediatric emergency department in Southern Colorado
Our care team lives and works right here in the community. You'll see them at school drop-off and at the store. They're your neighbors and friends of friends. You might even know them. Our providers are committed to the health of Colorado Springs kids because they have a real stake in the community: They live here, too.
Peyton had surgery before she was even born. After being diagnosed in the womb with spina bifida, a rare debilitating spinal condition, Ken Liechty, MD, performed an important procedure that would change her life.
Children’s Colorado, Colorado Springs named local leaders from a range of industries, including business, military, philanthropy, education and healthcare, to assist hospital leaders with matters impacting families in southern Colorado.
Margaret Sabin has been named the regional president of Children’s Colorado’s southern region. Sabin will work with three other executives, including Greg Raymond, who was named chief operating officer after serving as vice president of our southern region.
When Carter was 7 years old, he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. At age 9, he began a craft sale called "Crafts for Cancer" to help raise awareness for childhood cancer. Now 11, Carter has raised more than $5,200.
Dr. G. Sam Wang, a pediatric toxicologist, has conducted several studies of U.S. trends in pediatric marijuana intoxication, as well as trends in Colorado. He found that in states where recreational or medical marijuana is legal, the number of pediatric marijuana intoxication cases reported to poison control centers increased by 30% each year from 2005 to 2011.
A new children's hospital being built in Colorado Springs will increase access to health care for some of the state's most vulnerable populations. 5280 Magazine interviewed Greg Raymond, regional vice president for southern Colorado in their "Top Docs" issue.
Greg Raymond, regional vice president of southern Colorado, was quoted in an article on the labor market in Colorado Springs. Pam Johnson-Carlson, associate chief nursing officer, also commented on the roles Children's Colorado is seeking to fill.
Three years ago, Beckett Goss, 7, swallowed a button battery. "If a button battery sits in your esophagus, the injury can begin as quickly as 30 minutes and within hours it can have burned all the way through your esophagus," said Dr. Christine Waasdorp Hurtado.