The University of Chicago Medicine has provided comprehensive, innovative medical care to children since its first pediatric facility was opened in 1930. Thanks to generous gifts by Gary and Frances Comer, a 172-bed acute care facility was founded in 2005, uniting advanced technology with a family-centered, child-friendly philosophy to provide state-of-the-art care in a six-floor, 242,000-square-feet building called the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital.
Our team of pediatric experts uses advanced diagnostic and medical techniques to care for children of all ages. Comer Children's is built upon a rich history of groundbreaking research and excellence in patient care, deeply impacting the patients we serve.
To learn more about Comer Children’s, visit uchicagokidshospital.org. For information on the impact of Comer Children’s research and patient care, check out the Department of Pediatrics 2017 Annual Report.
Hope & Healing Network
Our Hope & Healing Network is committed to helping people raise extraordinary gifts for causes dear to their hearts. This community fundraising program allows you to set up fundraising pages online to benefit Comer Children’s.
From honoring your doctor to hosting a golf outing, our fundraisers are empowered to support kids at Comer Children’s while matching their fundraising efforts with their own passions and interests. By joining the Hope & Healing Network, you become part of a team committed to giving hope and healing to children and families in Chicago and throughout the world.