Pediatric Medicine in the Chicago Area

Children's Services

Our expertise covers the widest possible range of conditions

The Ronald McDonald® Children’s Hospital of Loyola University Medical Center, established in 1996, is a full-service hospital focused on families. Through general pediatric care and a number of pediatric specialties, our multidisciplinary teams of doctors, nurses and staff are dedicated to helping children lead active, healthy lives.

Services are provided at a 98-bed hospital within a hospital that includes:

  • A 50-bed Level III neonatal intensive care unit
  • A 14-bed pediatric intensive care unit designed with the latest technology and family amenities
  • 34 general pediatric beds
  • A monitored unit for infants and toddlers

Loyola also provides screenings throughout the Chicagoland community through its Pediatric Mobile Health Van.


The faculty and staff at Loyola University Medical Center have been recognized across the country for their expertise and leadership. U.S. News & World Report rated four Loyola specialties among the top 50 in the country: Ear, Nose and Throat, 25th; Cardiology & Heart Surgery, 29th; Urology, 39th; and Cancer, 47th.


Three great programs set us apart: Members of our Child Life group help heal a sick child’s spirit and assist in dealing with the stress of hospitalization. The Ronald McDonald House Near Loyola provides housing for families of children undergoing treatment for long-term illnesses. The Neonate Integrated Home Care Program has helped transition more than 1,500 neonates from the hospital to home since it began.

Call (888) LUHS-888 or (888) 584-7888 to speak with a representative or make an appointment.

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