All the care your child needs, all in one place
Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at Ascension St. Vincent in Indianapolis, Indiana, is a full-service medical center dedicated to the needs of children and families. When you choose Peyton Manning Children's Hospital, your child’s care is connected – from 24/7 emergency care to primary care and specialty care. That means all of your child’s doctors and specialists are working together for your child and family. And, with Peyton Manning Children's - Hospital in Evansville, we bring specialty pediatric care to children and families across Indiana and surrounding states.
Specialty care just for kids
With over 40 pediatric specialties, we have the expertise to deliver the care your child needs. Each visit starts with a conversation between you, your doctor and your child. By getting to know your child and family, we provide care that’s right for your child. Comprehensive specialty care programs at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital include:
- Adolescent medicine
- Blood and cancer care
- Craniofacial care
- Developmental-behavioral care
- Diabetes and endocrinology
- Down syndrome care
- Ear, nose and throat (ENT)
- Epilepsy and seizure care
- General surgery
- Genetic counseling
- Gastrointestinal (GI) and digestive health
- Infectious disease
- Heart and vascular health
- Heart Surgery
- Kidney care
- Maternal-fetal medicine
- Mental health care
- Neonatal care
- Neurology and neurosurgery
- Orthopedics and sports medicine
- Physical medicine and rehabilitation
- Plastic surgery
- Radiology and imaging
- Sleep medicine
- Therapy and rehabilitation
Primary care for your child’s everyday health
Pediatricians with Peyton Manning Children's Hospital deliver care for the whole child – from regular checkups and vaccinations to emotional and mental health care. When you come in for a visit, your child’s pediatrician starts by listening to understand your family. Ask us your questions – big and small. And let’s talk about any concerns you may have. Talk with your child’s pediatrician about:
- Any new symptoms
- Care for chronic conditions
- Care for minor illness and injury
- Childhood growth and development
- Mental and emotional health care
- Newborn and well-child visits
- Referrals to specialists
- School and sports physicals
- Therapy options
If your child needs more care, we connect you with the right pediatric specialists at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital.
Here 24/7 with pediatric emergency and trauma care
As a full-service Children's hospital, we’re here for your family 24/7. When an illness becomes more severe or your child has a major injury, board-certified pediatric emergency care doctors are ready to deliver the care your child needs in our pediatric ER. Symptoms and signs that your child needs emergency care include:
- Bites and stings
- Blue face and lips, or pale coloring
- Chest pain
- Major injury or broken bone
- Severe allergic reaction
- Severe burns
- Severe vomiting or diarrhea
- Trouble breathing
- Other serious illness or injury
The pediatric ER at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital was designed with children and families in mind. Colorful waiting areas and exam rooms help put your child at ease. From the moment you walk through the door, you’ll find compassionate care to help your family through an emergency.
If your child needs more advanced care, they will receive advanced care in our pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). For children with severe trauma injuries, we offer the highest level of trauma care. And for children with severe burn injuries, we have a dedicated burn unit.
Your child’s care doesn’t end when your child leaves the ER. Your family is connected with specialists at Peyton Manning Children's - Hospital for follow-up care, rehabilitation, imaging, pharmacy, child life specialists and more.
Certified safe sleep hospital
Your child's safety is our priority. We are a certified National Safe Sleep Hospital by Cribs for Kids®, meaning we follow the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines for safe sleep.
If your child is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, go to the nearest ER or call 911.