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Comprehensive Care Center for HIV Services

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The Comprehensive Care Center for HIV Services (CCC) was established in 1985 in response to the needs of HIV-infected and affected individuals and their families. The CCC provides primary medical and specialty care to 1,023 HIV-infected children, adolescents, and adults. Services are comprehensive and broad. In addition to care for the infected, St. Joseph’s is a state designated HIV counseling and testing Site. These patients are provided services by the Department of Psychiatry and Dentistry in addition to their usual primary medical and specialty care enhanced services.

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C.R.A.D.L.E. Program

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The Center for Respiratory and Apnea Disorders, Learning and Evaluation (C.R.A.D.L.E.) at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital evaluates and provides treatment for infants at risk for breathing disorders. These include infants born prematurely with persistent breathing irregularities, infants with esophageal reflux, and infants at risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) due to family history. The C.R.A.D.L.E. Program provides diagnostic testing, physical evaluation and 24-hour home monitoring when indicated.

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Diabetes Center

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The St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Pediatric Diabetes Program is dedicated to providing quality diabetes care, education, and support that integrate the family, primary care provider, school, and diabetes team.

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Dialysis Program

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The Dialysis Program of St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center has the largest hospital-based dialysis center in the region with a total of 94 inpatient and outpatient treatment stations in two convenient locations. The dialysis team consists of Board-certified Pediatric Nephrologists, trained dialysis nurses, social workers and nutritionists.

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Early Intervention Program

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The Early Intervention Program provides services to families and children with developmental delays and disabilities between the ages of birth to three. The developmental services focus on gross motor, fine motor, receptive and expressive communication, cognitive, adaptive, and/or social emotional skills based on the individual needs of each child and family. Additionally, we provide parent education and support. Services are provided in homes, day care centers, and our own center. Through structured play activities and daily living functions, families learn to understand and improve their child’s overall development.

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