Refer a Patient
Find doctors, services and locations via our maps and schedules along with all of the tools you need to refer your patients. See the referral toolkit.
Nursing at Lurie Children's
Learn more about Nursing at Lurie Children's. Information on our awards & accomplishments, education & training for nursing, our nursing specialties, career development and nurse recognition.
Center for Advanced Practice
The Center for Advanced Practice Leadership Team is dedicated to the advancement of professional practice which supports the delivery of comprehensive high quality health care to children and their families.
Learn about the various education and training options available through Lurie Children's and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine including continuing education, fellowships, residency, internships and training programs. See a full list of our fellowships & internships.
Patient Care Resources
Reference our patient care resources including information about The Pediatric Practice Research Group, our diagnostic consults and our Pediatric Hospitalist Program.
Center for Quality & Safety
The Center for Quality and Safety (CQS) transforms care delivery at Lurie Children's - from the family's first phone call to our institution to every interaction across the care cycle.
Clinical Care Guidelines
The Ann & Robert H. Lurie Clinical Care Guideline (CCG) Program aims to promote evidence-based clinical decision making, reduce unwarranted variation and improve patient outcomes.
Clinically Integrated Network
Lurie Children’s Pediatric Partners (LCPP) Clinically Integrated Network, LLC, is Chicago's first healthcare network exclusively focused on improving the health and well-being of children and their families. The clinically integrated network is governed by pediatric practitioners committed to improving pediatric health quality outcomes, coordination of care and resource usage.
Pediatric Pandemic Network
Lurie Children's is a member of the Pediatric Pandemic Network, a network that strives to coordinate, prepare, and enable high-quality, equitable, research-based pediatric care in emergencies, disasters, and pandemics. The Pediatric Pandemic Network is supported in part by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).