Division of Adolescent Medicine
At Crozer, Division of Adolescent Medicine staff provides expert preventive healthcare such as physical examinations and immunizations for children from age 11, or the onset of puberty, to age 21. Additional services include diagnosis, treatment, and counseling on a broad range of complex medical and psychological issues unique to adolescents including eating disorders, substance abuse, and sexuality issues and concerns.
Division of Allergy and Immunology
The Division of Allergy and Immunology at Crozer evaluates and treats children with all aspects of allergic disease and defects in immune function, including:
- Allergic rhinitis
- Atopic dermatitis
- Food allergies
- Recurrent infections
Through skin tests, environmental history analyses, and pulmonary function testing, pediatric allergists at Crozer can diagnose and develop treatment plans for children with both common and complex allergic problems. Learn more about Asthma and Allergy.
Division of Developmental Pediatrics
The Division of Developmental Pediatrics at Crozer provides evaluation and guidelines for managing care for children with a variety of motor, genetic, cognitive, behavioral, communicative and learning disorders. Pediatric specialists within the department work collaboratively across disciplines to diagnose and treat developmental disorders in children from birth to adolescence.
Division of Neonatology
The Division of Neonatology offers comprehensive neonatal diagnostic and treatment facilities for critically ill newborns. As the only Level IIIa Intensive Care Nursery serving Delaware County, Crozer's board-certified neonatologists provide leading-edge treatment for 350 newborns annually. The Intensive Care Nursery can meet the needs of very small babies, as well as larger, more mature newborn infants.
Division of Emergency Medicine
Crozer's Emergency Department provides 24-hour care to infants, children and young adults with urgent medical, surgical and traumatic conditions. Crozer's Emergency Department physicians and trauma surgeons work closely with staff pediatricians to provide seamless care for critically injured and ill children.
Crozer Regional Trauma Center
The professionals of the Crozer Regional Trauma Center, Delaware County's only trauma center, are available around-the-clock to treat serious injuries. The trauma center is accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation.
Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center
The skilled team at Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center, Delaware Valley's largest multidisciplinary burn facility, is especially prepared to treat pediatric patients. Pediatricians participate in the care of all pediatric burn patients.
Crozer's skilled surgeons provide comprehensive care, ranging from general procedures such as appendectomies, hernia surgeries, and gall bladder surgeries to burn scar revisions and plastic surgeries.
Orthopedic surgeons are available to treat injuries occurring from athletics, accidents, or other activities.
Otolaryngologists offer surgical and non-surgical treatment for a range of hearing, sinus, throat, and other related disorders.
If an inpatient stay is required following a surgical procedure, children are cared for in the welcoming surroundings of the Pediatrics Unit. Learn more about Surgery.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Services
Crozer's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) provides a range of services for pediatric inpatients from infancy through the teenage years. Among the available services are physical therapy, speech therapy, audiologic (hearing) testing, dysphagia therapy, and video swallowing studies.