Lucile Packard Children's Hospital is a world-class children's hospital in Palo Alto, California. Established in 1991, thanks in part to a $40 million donation from David and Lucile Packard, the hospital today is a highly regarded leader in pediatric and obstetrics care. Lucile Packard Children's Hospital is part of the Stanford University campus
Hotel near Lucile Package Children's Hospital -
Crowne Plaza Palo Alto hotel offers a comforting environment for rest less than two miles away. Our 100% nonsmoking, service-oriented hotel features newly renovated hotel rooms, 24-hour room service, fitness center and outdoor swimming pool, complimentary WiFi and free shuttle transportation to Lucile Packard hospital. Make your hotel reservations online.
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Kid Zones -
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital was designed to be more than a medical facility to treat young patients. Here, specially-designed facilities help children maintain as much of their normal day as possible even while undergoing treatment. Lucile Packard Children's Hospital features a school with classrooms and teachers to help kids stay on track with their studies. The Forever Young Zone playroom is just that – a place where kids can play and do fun activities. Outside spaces allow kids important time to relax in the sun and fresh air. The Family Resource Center/Library is packed with all kinds of materials, including books, videos, audio books, music and computers with Internet access.
Hospital Facilities -
Recent additions to the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital complex include the Ford Family Surgery Center, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, and the Bass Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases. Each state-of-the-art unit features the latest technology and resources for clinical care and research in each of the facility's distinct areas of specialty pediatric medical care. The Ford Family Surgery Center is the only child-specific surgical facility on the West Coast.
Hospital Expansion -
Scheduled for completion in 2017, the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital expansion project will add over 500,000 square feet of space and 104 beds to the hospital footprint. The extensive expansion project will allow the hospital to continue its trajectory as a premier clinical care and research facility in the fields of pediatric medicine and obstetrics.