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2018 W Clinch Ave Knoxville, TN 37916
2018 West Clinch AvenueUSTennesseeKnoxville37916
(865) 541-8000etch.com
Children's Hospital, Medical CenterToday Open 24 hours
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Our mission is to improve the health of children in Knoxville and the greater East Tennessee area through exceptional, comprehensive family-centered care, wellness and education.
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"We had a wonderful experience with very caring staff."
"One of the worst experiences we ever had at a children's hospital."
"Our daughter was admitted by her Doctor."
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Weeping Willow
4 months ago
We had to wait 45 minutes before they triaged our baby. Had to insist they take her temperature and when the RN did she told us it was 98 (twice) I told her to take it again rectally because she was burning up and it was 103.8 (pathetic). Our baby ended up contracting croup on top of the viral infection we went there for. Our other daughter contracted a stomach virus from there. Pretty sad we end up leaving with more ailments then we arrived with. I will say once we got back to ER the nurses and doctors were nice and accommodating. We left 9 hours later with no resolution on our babies condition and her still having a high fever. One of the worst experiences we ever had at a children's hospital.
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Brian Leffingwell
6 months ago
never fails children's knows children they have always been great with my daughter
Nicole Wells
2 years ago
Our daughter was admitted by her Doctor. They had us checked in, in a room and receiving care all in under 20 minutes! The staff was great. We had a wonderful experience with very caring staff. We have dealt with other hospitals in the past (UT NICU) and would rate Children's well above the rest. Our nurses were Kristen and Casha and they were amazing!! Very sweet and went above and beyond to help us feel comfortable in a difficult situation!! Awesome!
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Carrie Cole
2 months ago
Awesome doctors nurses and staff
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Brenda Gilpatrick
9 months ago
We visited today (unfortunately) and most of the staff was very child friendly and explained things quite well and clear. The lady that came in from respiratory to give my daughter a breathing treatment didn't say a word to comfort my daughter (21 months old), she just shoved that mask in her face and held it there. I wish every department that dealt with patience had the same demeanor as the emergency staff.
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aaron pinne
5 months ago
Wonderful caring staff
viola harden
2 years ago
MY name is Viola Jackson Harden, I myself was a patient in this great hospital way back in 1962, I was 12-yrs.old, and i remembered the good care I got from all the staff,my dr was Dr. Childers, talk about 'good-looking and great bedside-manner. they took care of me, and don't know what I would have happened to me other-wise.thank you East-Tenn. Children's Hospital.
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Paul Schmutzler
2 years ago
This place never ceases to impress us. They really are a children's hospital. As in, they truly exist for the children they serve. It's evident in every staff member we have dealt with.

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Chloe and Jane, both 12 years old, set up a lemonade stand and had a bake sale that raised $300 for the NICU at East Tennessee Children's Hospital. You girls warm our hearts, thank you so much!
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Happy 4th of July from East Tennessee Children's Hospital!
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Last week, East Tennessee Children's Hospital patients like Cameron were visited by Star Wars characters from the 501st Legion. May the force be with all of you!
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Happy Father's Day from East Tennessee Children's Hospital!
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Thank you Lawson Bates for coming back to East Tennessee Children's Hospital and visiting with patients like Abby. Hope to see you again soon!
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