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2018 Clinch Ave Knoxville, TN 37916
2018 Clinch AvenueUSTennesseeKnoxville37916
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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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"Our daughter was admitted by her Doctor."
"One of the worst experiences we ever had at a children's hospital."
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Weeping Willow
6 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
8 months ago
never fails children's knows children they have always been great with my daughter
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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Carrie Cole
3 months ago
Awesome doctors nurses and staff
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Brenda Gilpatrick
10 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.
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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aaron pinne
6 months ago
Wonderful caring staff
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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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Bob Stewart is retiring as Director of the Laboratory at East Tennessee Children's Hospital after 17 years of service. His staff celebrated his retirement with a "Say Goodbye to the Tie" party. Lab staff members wore ties like Bob and had refreshments to congratulate him. Thanks for all your life-changing work over the years, Bob! We'll miss you.
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After Emily Clements was treated at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, she wanted to give back to the place that took care of her. So for six hours a day, she held bake sales, selling cookies, brownies and lemonade. She raised $450 from her bake sales, which she donated to the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that will open as part of the expansion. Thanks Emily!
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Dr. Ryan Redman from East Tennessee Children's Hospital​ talks to WATE 6 On Your Side​ about managing extracurricular activities and what both kids and adults can do to adjust to the new school year.
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Are you registered for the 6th Annual Butterfly Fund 5K Run/Walk this Saturday? Proceeds will go to East Tennessee Children's Hospital in support of our pediatric intensive care unit and oncology department. http://on.fb.me/1ISLPzL
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From 3-6 pm today, East Tennessee Children's Hospital will be participating at Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett's annual Back-to-School Bash as part of the Shoney's KidCare ID program, a child identification program that provides free ID cards to families for their child. http://on.fb.me/1eSeugt
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East Tennessee Children's Hospital​'s Director of Infection Control, Darci Hodge, talks about how to avoid the "back-to-school plague" at
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Antibiotics are strong medicines that can kill bacteria. They have saved many lives and prevented bad outcomes. These drugs do not kill viruses. They only work on bacteria. Every day, doctors must decide if a child's infection is viral or bacterial. Here's how they do it:
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Registration is now open for "Sprint for the Prints," a 5K fundraiser for the Precious Prints project that provides a silver finger print charm to families who have suffered the loss of a child. Find out more: http://on.fb.me/1gT7TDL
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This past Saturday, East Tennessee Children's Hospital celebrated 35 years of our Neontal Intensive Care Unit providing care for kids by honoring current and former patients, their families and our staff. Here are some photos of these extraordinary people: http://on.fb.me/1DYh7JZ
This past Saturday, East Tennessee Children's Hospital celebrated 35 years of our Neontal Intensive Care Unit providing care for kids by honoring current...
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What a summer! Take a look at the smiling faces from East Tennessee Children's Hospital's 2015 summer camps. If you would like to help send a special needs child to camp next summer, contact our Development Department at (865) 541-8441.
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What are the 5 most common back to school health concerns? Dr. Kristin Farr from East Tennessee Children’s Hospital will tell you.
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East Tennessee Children's Hospital is proud to be community partners with Shoney’s, which is hosting KidCare Photo ID events to provide free identification cards and fingerprinting for children on August 9th and 10th. Learn more about this event: http://on.fb.me/1KV07GF
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