Children's Hospital of Nevada/UMC
UMC is a county-owned acute care medical center with 545 beds, housing southern Nevada's only Level I Trauma Center and the state's only Burn Care Center. Pediatric services include a 29 bed General Pediatric Unit, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with 26 Level III and 10 Level II beds, and a 14 bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. The Pediatric Emergency Room and all inpatient pediatric facilities are located in a free standing building shared with the Trauma Intensive Care Unit, with the exception of the NICU and newborn nursery located in the main hospital with labor and delivery.
Children's Hospital of Nevada/UMC website
Sunrise Children's Hospital and Medical Center
Sunrise Children's Hospital is an investor-owned hospital with 688 beds. It houses a free-standing, state-of-the-art pediatric tower consisting of a 32 bed General Pediatric Unit, a 15-bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, a 9-bed Hematology/Oncology ward. The Neonatal Intensive care has 44 Level III beds and 10 Level II beds.
Sunrise Children's Hospital and Medical Center website
UNLV Health Pediatrics Center
The UNLV Health Pediatrics Center is the university-operated pediatric clinic located adjacent to UMC Hospital. The current site holds both general pediatrics and sub-specialty clinics including pediatric gastroenterology, pulmonology, endocrinology, infectious disease and adolescent medicine. All residents have their continuity clinic at this site one-half day per week. This clinic primarily serves central Las Vegas and North Las Vegas Communities.
Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas
The Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas (or CSCLV) is a 31,000 square foot facility that opened on the Shadow Lane Campus in August 2009 and is shared among the University of Nevada – Las Vegas Schools of Nursing and Medicine, as well as the Nevada State College School of Nursing. With the use of state-of-the-art technology and infant and adolescent high fidelity simulators, mock scenarios are run with the guidance of attending physicians as well as the chief residents. These activities are performed in a stress-free environment followed by constructive feedback sessions in order to prepare the residents for the real-life situation if it were to arise. The SIM Center is also used for procedural skills training and for standardized patient exercises.
Clinical Simulation Center for Las Vegas website
Grant a Gift Autism Foundation Ackerman Center
The Grant a Gift Autism Foundation Ackerman Center provides clients with a multidisciplinary team of physicians, psychologists, and speech and behavioral therapists, for a comprehensive diagnosis, treatment plan, follow-up care and support services.
Grant a Gift Autism Foundation Ackerman Center website