C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital
Mott Children’s Hospital is the primary site for inpatient and outpatient services for multispecialty care in the Department of Pediatrics. This 1.1 million square foot facility includes a 12-story inpatient (348 beds) and 9-story clinic tower. This facility houses many programs unique in the state of Michigan that include the pediatric liver transplant program, the Level I Pediatric Trauma Program, the Pediatric and Adolescent Home Ventilator Program, Fetal Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Craniofacial Anomalies Program, and our internationally renowned Michigan Congenital Heart Center.
Mott Children’s Hospital offers a full spectrum of pediatric specialists and subspecialists for diagnosis and treatment of a full range of pediatric conditions. In addition, our faculty members staff various specialty clinics, such as Cardiology, Endocrinology, Pulmonology, Gastroenterology, and Neurology, throughout the State of Michigan and northern Ohio. These locations include Grand Blanc, Kalamazoo, Jackson, Traverse City, and Toledo and allow children with chronic illnesses to be seen closer to home by our premier specialty physicians. See the list of all Pediatric Specialty Care Centers and Hospitals.
Pediatric Primary Care Centers
Mott pediatricians see patients at a number of convenient locations in communities throughout Southeast Michigan including locations in Brighton, Canton, Howell, Northville, Saline, Ypsilanti and four Ann Arbor locations. See the list of all Pediatric Primary Care Locations.
Research programs in the Department of Pediatrics are located throughout the Medical School to take advantage of collaborations across disciplines and to meet the needs of diverse research groups. Research by Department Faculty take place in state of the art facilities that include the Life Sciences Institute, A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Sciences Research Building, the Rogel Cancer Center, Medical Sciences Research Buildings, and the Brehm Tower.