Inpatient pediatric care
St. John Providence Health System offers inpatient pediatric care at two locations: St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit and Providence Park Hospital in Novi.
Providence Park Hospital
Providence Park Hospital offers an 10-bed inpatient unit with all private rooms.
St. John Hospital and Medical Center
We provides comprehensive inpatient care for children birth to age 21 years, including:
- The Inpatient Pediatric unit is a 40-bed service, designed to care and treat pediatric patients from birth to age 21.
- The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is an 8-bed unit, managed by board-certified Pediatric Intensivists.
- The Special Care Nursery (SCN) is a 14-bed newborn service unit located adjacent to the Birthing Center and NICU.
- The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) has 35 licensed beds for critically and acutely ill newborns and is designated by the state of Michigan as a Level III-B center – the only advanced unit of its kind in the Metropolitan Detroit eastside community.
- Pediatric Surgery program (PASU) is an 11-bed unit that accommodates scheduled and elective surgical and medical procedures for pediatric patients, including pre-procedural screening and care, and post-operative Level II recovery.
- The Meade Pediatric Oncology Hematology Center uniquely serves children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to age 21 years by providing a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis, treatment and total care of patients and families dealing with childhood cancers and blood disorder.
- Pediatric Burn Care is provided in a tranquil and caring environment for children who are facing frightening and painful treatment for their injuries.