Patients & Families

At Weill Cornell Medicine, families are our primary focus. Our team of experienced pediatric specialists strive to provide personalized, compassionate care for every child we treat and every family we meet. 

New Series: Parent Workshops (March-July 2018)

Join Weill Cornell Medicine pediatric physicians and specialists for a Parent Workshop series of talks on common child health concerns such as obesity, asthma, anxiety, and more.  The sessions are presented by NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership, and are held at 127 West 127th Street (3rd Floor Conference Room).  For more information, contact Ms Fajah Ferrer at or (212) 665-2600 ext. 371.  

Family-Centered Care

The Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Pediatrics is committed to family-centered patient care. When families are involved in their children's healthcare, the results are clear: better health outcomes and greater patient satisfaction. Family-centered care is an approach that promotes the health and well-being of children and their families through a respectful family-professional partnership. We provide family-centered care at our medical practice and NewYork-Presbyterian’s affiliated Komansky Children’s Hospital through collaborative efforts between families, healthcare teams and administration. We strive to create open channels of communication between you and your child's healthcare team, improving support systems by supplying families with all of the information and guidance they need to care for their children with confidence.


News for Families

Delirium is a frequent occurrence among children hospitalized with cancer, affecting nearly one in five patients, according to new research from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian.

The study, published Nov. 21 in the Journal of Pediatrics, revealed that children who were either younger than 5 years old, had an underlying brain tumor, were recovering from surgery...

Rett Syndrome: From the Clinic to Genomes, Epigenomes, and Neural Circuits featuring Huda Y. Zoghbi, MD Ralph D. Feigin Professor of Pediatrics, Neuroscience, and Molecular and Human Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Director, Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital Reception to follow at 5:00 PM. Rett syndrome is a delayed-onset childhood disorder, typically found in girls, that causes a broad range...

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