Pediatric GI Clinic
Recognized throughout Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region as a valuable resource for critically and chronically ill children, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital combines state-of-the-art medicine with family-centered care. We understand that children aren't merely small adults, which is why we treat them as unique individuals. To better serve our critically ill patients and those with chronic, medically complex conditions, the University of Maryland Children's Hospital offers a broad array of specialties within its numerous divisions.
Our experts are leaders in their specialty areas, and experienced in working with children of all ages. Whenever possible, we treat children on an outpatient basis so that they can maintain their normal routines and activities.
Kinera Foundation in partnership with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Genetics and People with Special Health Care Needs is pleased to announce the partnership with the University of Maryland, Baltimore to provide services for children identified with feeding and nutritional issues at the Kinera Foundation Eastern Shore Regional Hub, on the third Monday of each month. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Donna Zeiter to the Shore.
The HSC Mobility Machine
An extension of the HSC Pediatric Center
The Mobility Machine
The HSC Pediatric Center is a pediatric specialty hospital located in Washington, DC that provides rehabilitation and transitional care to children and young adults from infancy through 21 years of age. The HSC Outpatient Center, located in Lanham, MD is an extension of The HSC Pediatric Center, that offers physical therapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, assistive technology evaluation and training, and an equipment clinic to provide individualized support and services. Through a mobile unit, The HSC Health Care System will also be offering the following services at the Kinera HUB: