Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital is the region's leading full-service pediatric hospital, and we wouldn't be who we are without you. Each year, we are able to save and heal hundreds of thousands of kids because of your kindness and generosity. Our personal devotion to every patient and their family puts love at the center of all that we do. Because of this, families trust us during life’s most stressful time.
With 360,000 patient interactions each year and a team of more than 600 pediatric specialists, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is the world’s first children’s hospital that is Planetree Designated® for Person-Centered Care. When you choose to give, you help us create a better quality of life for thousands more children and families in need. It all starts with you.
Our research initiatives provide innovative clinical trials personalized to each child, as well as training future generations of doctors, nurses and staff on the latest breakthroughs in pediatric care. Our education mission also provides instruction from a full-time teacher with access to all the tools to keep patients current on schoolwork.
When you give, you help us provide lifesaving resources, like advanced iMRI to help our surgeons ensure the best outcomes, child-friendly lower-dose radiation treatment and new wearables that provide continuous monitoring while letting our patients move and play.
Your support allows us to use the healing Power of Play to improve the patient experience and recovery outcomes. Giving provides our patients' families a home away from home at the Conine Clubhouse and offers our patients enriching, healing therapies through art, music, pets and our full-time clown, Lotsy Dotsy.
With four additional floors and greater space for intensive care, cardiac care, oncology and neurosurgery patients, we can give healthy futures to even more children. Supporting our mission to expand opens up greater opportunities to help more families with new locations throughout our communities in South Florida.
Elia and her parents are grateful for cancer treatment at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital