The Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida – a standalone, state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2017 – is on a mission to deliver vital and lifesaving care for children and their families throughout our region. Our highly trained staff believes that every child is special. Children deserve innovative care in an environment that soothes anxiety and fear. All of us – doctors, nurses, advocates, social workers, and volunteers – share that vision and care for you like family.
Posted by Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida on Friday, September 27, 2019
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Golisano Children's Hospital is located in Fort Myers to serve Southwest Florida and provide the access to pediatric specific services.
9981 S. HealthPark Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33908
Phone: 239-343-KIDSGet Directions
Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida provides a variety of specialized services to take care of our community’s children. From our emergency department to behavioral health, surgery to intensive care, orthopedics, cancer treatment, cardiology, and more – we have you covered. Find our comprehensive list of services:
Pediatric Emergency Department
We treat respiratory issues, bleeding, severe pain, broken bones, or any medical condition that makes a parent or caregiver uncomfortable. We are the only ED in Lee County designed especially for children.Learn More
Pediatric Burn Service
The pediatric burn treatment service helps children suffering from minor burns that cause pain, discomfort, or threat of infection. We assess the problem, come up with a treatment plan, administer dressing changes, and coordinate follow-up care.Learn More
The only center of its kind between Tampa and Miami, our 48-bed NICU cares for the sickest premature infants and babies that have had surgery within hours and days of birth. Our team of more than 180 medical professionals provides exceptional care to the most fragile patients.Learn More
Golisano Children’s Hospital employs a board-certified music therapist. The music therapy program, which is fully funded by philanthropy, is offered at no charge to families. By incorporating music into a child's treatment plan, they become less anxious, begin to understand what is going on and take an active role in their healing. By supporting the Music Therapy Program, you are providing comfort and support to a child and their family during one of the most stressful times in their lives.Donate Today
Here at Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida the care of our patients is truly a top priority. Stay tuned to hear from Program Development Coordinator Alyssa Bostwick about current priorities and what they mean for your family’s care.
"Golisano Children’s Hospital of SWFL is excited to announce that we now provide advanced X-ray studies for pediatric urology concerns right here in our Pediatric Procedural Sedation Unit. This advanced X-ray is called Urodynamics, and it helps physicians better understand a patient’s bladder function and the underlying urologic issue behind their urinary problems. It helps our physician experts view urine flow as it happens using colored dye. The real-time view enables them to identify issues and develop a treatment plan with the parents at the time of testing, right at the child’s bedside. That means you come into the testing with questions and leave the same day with answers and a plan. The testing’s location in the Pediatric Procedural Sedation Unit gives you direct access to a dedicated Child Life Specialist, who provides support and distraction for patients undergoing the procedure, as well as the availability of sedation if needed. Having the highly trained specialists from Child Life there to explain the procedure in ways they can understand gives them confidence, and their ability to distract patients during the procedure is essential to a successful study and compassionate care."