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Giving Areas

Children's Hospital & Medical Center has a variety of Giving Areas. To learn how you can give to these programs call 402.955.6851 or email.

Audiology - Specializing in the early identification and treatment of hearing deficits in infants and patients through age 21.

Cancer Research - Children’s is a member of the Children's Oncology Group (COG), the world’s largest, cooperative children’s cancer research entity.

Car Seats - Children’s offers a child safety seat and booster seat education and distribution program.

Carolyn Scott Rainbow House - the Rainbow House offers accommodations to parents and family members of children receiving services at Children's who live 60 miles (approximately) or more from Omaha.

Child Life - Child Life Services at Children’s Hospital is an advocate for the psychosocial, emotional, recreational, and educational needs of our patients and families.

Craniofacial Clinic - It is the only clinic in the region that includes a multidisciplinary team of surgeons and specialists dedicated to diagnosing and treating complex craniofacial anomalies.

Cystic Fibrosis Center - The Nebraska Regional Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Center, with clinics located at both Children's Hospital & Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), is the only Cystic Fibrosis Foundation accredited center in the region.

Children's Developmental Clinic (CDC) - The CDC provides evaluation and ongoing consultation to patients with a variety of developmental disabilities, including spina bifida, hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy, multiple congenital anomalies, chromosomal abnormalities and developmental delay.

Developmental Behavioral Pediatric Clinic - The Clinic provides consultative and evaluation services for children with a variety of developmental delays.

Eating Disorders - The Eating Disorders Program is committed to providing specialized care for children and adolescents with eating disorders, empowering them to achieve lifelong recovery.

Hand in Hand - Is a palliative care program that recognizes the difficulties families face and offer a Hand in Hand.

Heart Transplant - This new program offers pediatric heart patients the full spectrum of cardiothoracic procedures, significantly enhancing Children’s reputation as a nationally ranked pediatric cardiac center. 

HEROES - The Healthy Eating with Resources, Options and Everyday Strategies (HEROES) program responds to the widespread obesity problem among our youth.  The Foundation's event Monster Mash raises proceeds for this event.  To register for this event, or get involved, visit Monster Mash Omaha.

Helmets - Helmet therapy is designed to help the head to gently grow out of an asymmetric condition by cueing the skull to expand in a way that will help alleviate the anomaly.

Home Healthcare - This experienced team of pediatric specialists support the concept of family-centered, high quality pediatric care and respect of the uniqueness of every child.

Infusion Center - The Center provides infusions of chemotherapy and other drugs to hematology/oncology patients, as well as patients with other illnesses, in a centralized location.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) - The NICU is an intensive-care unit that provides specialized care for ill or premature newborn infants.  The NICU currently has a "Tree of Life" display that celebrates the generosity of donors who donate at least $150 to the department and receive an inscribed leaf with a personalized message to be added to the recognition wall "Tree of Life".  Use this link to purchase a NICU leaf

Osteogenesis Imperfecta Clinic - Recognized worldwide for its expertise and leadership in treating children with brittle bone disease, also known as osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), the Clinic offer many children the opportunity to live a more active lifestyle and have hope for a brighter future.

Sports Medicine Clinic - This Clinic will diagnose pediatric sports-related injuries with accuracy and complete understanding, follow up with focused, pediatric care and return young student athletes to the sport they love.

Wishing Well - The program grants wishes to any critically or chronically ill child associated with the hospital on an inpatient or outpatient basis.  Those interested in making a gift to the Wishing Well are encouraged to email Denise Bohlsen at the Foundation Office.