434.243.5500
Call Us

434.243.5500

Make an Appointment

Use our form

    

Children's Hospital

UVA Children's Hospital

Visit a Children's Hospital Clinic

Make an Appointment Refer a Patient

We want you to be a part of all aspects of your child's care. We'll listen to you and answer your questions in a way that you and your child will understand.

MyChart: Your Health Records Online

Sign In Learn More

With MyChart you can see your medical records, view appointment info, check test results, email your doctor and more.

Support UVA Children's Hospital

Learn More Give Today

You can make a difference — for children today and in the future.

  • They didn’t use big words. They kept everything very simple.

    A Kid-Friendly ER Experience

    When 5-year-old Christopher fell and cut his neck badly, his mom knew UVA’s pediatric emergency room had the experience and expertise to care for him. But Christopher’s doctors and nurses went beyond that.

    They were calm, quiet and friendly. They consulted with a head and neck surgeon to ensure they weren’t overlooking anything. And they avoided scary words like “surgery” and “stitches.”

    Now, Christopher loves talking about his ER experience and wearing his UVA t-shirt.

    more...
  • The thing we want most is we want you to love feeding your baby and feel good about it.

    A Journey Through Pregnancy and Postpartum

    Pregnant? Just had a baby? You probably have a lot of questions — from wondering about surviving a miscarriage and postpartum depression to needing practical tips on breastfeeding and preparing your nursery. 

    With heartfelt stories and expert advice, our Maternity Monday blog series takes you through these issues and more, trimester by trimester. Join the journey today. 

    more...
  • I feel a lot better. I have all that energy back. I’m myself again.

    A New Heart for a High School Student

    Tameka was starting her senior year of high school and considering a career in medicine. But she was losing a lot of weight and felt cold and tired all the time.

    Doctors made an alarming discovery: Her heart was beating way too fast due to a rare condition called restrictive cardiomyopathy, which was causing other problems. Medication didn’t help. She would need a heart transplant.



    While Tameka waited for her new heart, a Children's Hospital teacher helped her keep up with schoolwork. Just before Christmas, Tameka got her new heart. She immediately felt better, and a few weeks later she left the hospital. She's now in college and hopes to become a nurse practitioner.

    more...