Saudi German Women & Children Pediatric wing is a specialized hospital facilities dedicated to the medical needs of infants, children, and adolescents. The Hospital offers a wide range of services specifically tailored to meet the unique requirements of young patients. With a multidisciplinary approach and a focus on child-friendly environments, highly trained healthcare professionals, and state-of-the-art facilities which provides comprehensive care that addresses the physical, emotional, and developmental aspects of a child’s health.
Our Pediatric emergency departments equipped to handle a wide range of pediatric emergencies. These departments are staffed by healthcare professionals trained in pediatric emergency medicine and provide immediate medical attention to critically ill or injured children. Pediatric emergency care includes triage, resuscitation, stabilization, and treatment for conditions such as respiratory distress, severe infections, injuries, and trauma. The goal is to provide prompt and effective care in a child-friendly and reassuring environment.
The hospital offers a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services to cater to the diverse healthcare needs of children. Inpatient services include hospitalization for various medical conditions, such as infectious diseases, chronic illnesses, and surgical procedures. Pediatric wards are designed to create a child-friendly atmosphere, with amenities like playrooms, colorful décor etc.
Outpatient services encompass a wide array of medical specialties, including general pediatrics, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology, and many more. These services cover routine check-ups, vaccinations, diagnostic tests, specialized consultations, and ongoing management of chronic conditions. The aim is to provide comprehensive care while minimizing disruptions to the child’s daily life and routine.
The specialized Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) to care for premature infants and newborns with critical medical conditions.Our NICUs are equipped with advanced medical technology, including incubators, ventilators, and specialized monitoring systems. Highly trained neonatologists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals work closely to provide specialized care to these vulnerable infants, addressing their unique medical, nutritional, and developmental needs.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit ( PICU) is a specialized unit that provides comprehensive care for critically ill children who require intensive medical attention. The PICU is staffed by a multidisciplinary team of pediatric critical care specialists who are trained in managing complex medical conditions and emergencies.. Our PICU is equipped with advanced medical technology and equipment, including ventilators, monitors, and other life-support equipment, to provide the highest level of medical care to critically ill children.
Our dedicated pediatric surgical departments that offer a wide range of surgical procedures tailored to children of all ages. Pediatric surgeons are trained in the unique anatomical and physiological aspects of pediatric patients, ensuring safe and effective surgical interventions. Common pediatric surgeries include appendectomies, tonsillectomies, hernia repairs, cardiac surgeries, orthopedic procedures, and more. Pediatric surgical units prioritize minimizing pain, promoting fast recovery, and optimizing long-term outcomes for children.
Saudi German Women & Children Hospital offers rehabilitation for children with physical disabilities, chronic illnesses, or injuries. These hospitals provide comprehensive rehabilitation services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and psychological support. These services aim to improve mobility, functional abilities, communication skills, and overall quality of life for children facing challenges due to congenital conditions, injuries, or chronic illnesses.
The NICU is specifically designed to provide specialized care for premature or critically ill newborns.
It is staffed by highly trained neonatologists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who are experienced in providing advanced medical care for infants who require intensive medical attention.
The PICU, on the other hand, is a specialized unit that provides comprehensive care for critically ill children who require intensive medical attention. The PICU is staffed by a multidisciplinary team of pediatric critical care specialists who are trained in managing complex medical conditions and emergencies. It has a pediatric emergency department that is specifically designed to provide emergency medical care to children.
Both the NICU and PICU are equipped with advanced medical technology and equipment, including ventilators, monitors, and other life-support equipment, to provide the highest level of medical care to critically ill newborns and children.