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Dayton Children's - Main Campus

Non-Gov Organization
Organization Info:
1 Children’s Plaza Dayton Ohio 45404
Phone:(937) 641-3000
www.childrensdayton.org/locations/main-campus
Hours Of Operation:
Services Provided 24/7
Inpatient and Housing Availability:
  • Residential/Inpatient Treatment

    Call for Availability
All services offered:
  • Residential/Inpatient Treatment

  • Outpatient Treatment

  • Hospitals

  • Emergency Departments

  • Urgent Care

  • Child Care Services

Additional information:

All Gender Services

The Dayton Children's main campus emergency department treats over 80,000 children every year. It provides the highest level of customized emergency care for a child seriously hurt or ill. Children are not just little adults. They react in different ways to illness and injury, medications and treatments. Dayton Children’s experts are specially trained to care for children in any emergency. A pediatric emergency room is the best place for any child, from birth to age 21, to be seen for serious injury or illness. Each member of the emergency department staff, from doctor to nurse to medical imaging technician, has extra training in the special needs of children. Trauma-credentialed, pediatric emergency physicians lead the team and focus on customizing each treatment for the specific needs of the child. When needed, the child can be admitted to surgery, intensive care or another inpatient unit to receive the specialized pediatric care they need to make the best possible recovery.
The Dayton Children's main campus emergency department treats over 80,000 children every year. It provides the highest level of customized emergency care for a child seriously hurt or ill. Children are not just little adults. They react in different ways to illness and injury, medications and treatments. Dayton Children’s experts are specially trained to care for children in any emergency. A pediatric emergency room is the best place for any child, from birth to age 21, to be seen for serious injury or illness. Each member of the emergency department staff, from doctor to nurse to medical imaging technician, has extra training in the special needs of children. Trauma-credentialed, pediatric emergency physicians lead the team and focus on customizing each treatment for the specific needs of the child. When needed, the child can be admitted to surgery, intensive care or another inpatient unit to receive the specialized pediatric care they need to make the best possible recovery.
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