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Pediatric care closer to home

For the first time in southern Colorado history, kids and families now have a pediatric hospital to call their own. Opened on July 17, 2019, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs serves as the area’s first pediatric-only hospital, providing southern Colorado kids with expert care, much closer to home.

The hospital features the first and only pediatric emergency department in southern Colorado. First and only pediatric behavioral health emergency program in the region. The only pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) between Denver and Albuquerque. And the first and only pediatric surgery center, pediatric sleep study center and epilepsy monitoring unit in the region.

Every family deserves access to the best pediatric care

Your gift can enhance the lives of the over 225,000 children in the Pikes Peak region through investing in the expansion of services and programs, building and ensuring our future through endowments and planned gifts, and donating for the greatest needs in southern Colorado.

“Having a children’s hospital in Colorado Springs when our twins were born would have been much less stressful on our entire family. In the future, having this critical children’s hospital in our community will help many families with experiences like ours.”


Celebrating one year of caring for southern Colorado kids

In our first year, we have celebrated so many accomplishments both big and small. And while impressive, our successes are so much larger than any number and stat we could share with you. It is in each smile brought to a patient’s face and in each hurt that is healed. None of it could be done without your help.

You help make stories of hope and healing possible


Cecilia’s Courageous Cancer Journey at Children’s Hospital Colorado

“Children’s Hospital Colorado does more than just treat illnesses,” Katie says. “Our daughter not only survived under their care, she was able to thrive.”

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Markus Lost His Leg and Gained a Courage He Never Knew

“It takes a lot of courage to keep on going, especially when you’re sick and don’t feel well,” said Markus. “I always told myself that ahead of chemo, ahead surgery, ahead of all this, I will be able to live as close to a normal life as possible.”

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