What we do
Pediatric otolaryngology, often referred to as pediatric ENT (ear, nose and throat), is the medical specialty concerned with diseases and disorders of the ears, nose, throat, head and neck, which are among some of the most common conditions affecting children. Pediatric otolaryngologists, or pediatric ENT specialists, are trained as medical doctors and as surgeons. The critical craniofacial areas treated by ENT specialists include the sinuses, larynx (voice box), esophagus, oral cavity and upper pharynx (mouth and throat) and related structures of the head and neck. Pediatric ENT specialists also manage and treat developmental disorders and birth defects of the head and neck.
Take a virtual tour of our children's hospital
Explore some of the innovative facilities that make Cohen Children’s Medical Center so special.
We hope you’ll feel at home in this welcoming space, which includes a café, chapel, gift shop, family resource center, surgical waiting area and more. We also offer valet parking for your convenience.
All patient rooms in pavilion 3 are new and have a sleeper bed for parents, television, X-Box and a private bathroom.
Every medical surgical unit has a playroom. Here, patients can do arts and crafts, play instruments and video games and partake in other forms of creative therapy, aided by our child life specialists.