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Orthopedic Surgery
Patient and Family Support
Condition H (HELP)
Covenant Children's Wishlist
Family Advisory Council
Teen Advisory Group
Child Life Services for Pre-Operation
Teen Town
Pet Therapy
Preparing for Surgery

Patient and Family Support

As a faith-based organization, we at Covenant Children's realize the importance of providing spiritual support to our patients and families while honoring a variety of religious traditions. Talking with a chaplain may be especially helpful in many situations. Chaplains are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. An all-faiths chapel is located on the first floor off the main lobby for those who seek quiet meditation and reflection. Service in the chapel is available at 4 p.m. daily.

Ronald McDonald Family Room

Covenant Children's Hospital now has a home away from home for families of hospitalized children. The Ronald McDonald Family Room provides parents a place to eat, rest, shower, or just get away from the hospital atmosphere for a little while, steps away from their child's room. It's located on the first floor, across from the gift shop.

The room features a kitchenette, wide-screen TV, floral arrangements, sleeping rooms, shower areas, and a utility room with washer and dryer. It also offers a garden area with tables, chairs and a fountain.

For more information, or to find out how to stay at the Ronald McDonald Family Room, call 806.725.5360.

Condition H (HELP)

At Covenant Children's Hospital, we strive to provide the best care and safest environment possible. In continuing our ongoing efforts of improvement and eliminating problems that affect the delivery of care, we are offering a program called Condition H. For more information on Condition H, click here. Click here to learn more about Condition H.

Covenant Children's Wishlist

Children admitted to Covenant Children's Hospital receive the finest medical treatment, emotional support, and loving care available anywhere. But children and families in the hospital have other special needs that are met through the generosity of individuals and organizations in our community.

Your gifts of toys, games, or activity supplies can make a big difference to children and families spending time in the hospital. For more information about the needs and ways you can become involved in this, click here. Click here to view Covenant Children's wish list and current needs.

Family Advisory Council

The goal of The Family Advisory Council (FAC) is to provide the patient and family perspective and to share expertise to support the hospital's patient and family-centered care objectives. Our council is comprised of a broad representation of families from diverse backgrounds with diverse diagnoses and experiences within the Covenant network. The council also includes staff from many disciplines, all committed to advancing patient and family-centered care. For more information on the family advisory council, click here.Click here to learn more about our Family Advisory Council.

Teen Advisory Group

The Teen Advisory Group is a collaboration of teenagers that are patients or siblings of patients, which have had numerous inpatient or outpatient experiences at Covenant Children's and are able to offer constructive feedback regarding ways the hospital can improve the care it provides. They provide a unique perspective regarding programs and policies at Covenant Children's. In general, TAG members are 12-18 years old.

This is an opportunity for patients and siblings to voice their opinions and concerns regarding their needs, and to have an impact on the care they receive. The council has worked with many departments in the Hospital to ensure that the patient's perspective is heard throughout the institution. For more information on the teen advisory group, click here. Click here to learn more about the TAG team.

Child Life Services for Pre-Operation

The Child Life Department at Covenant Children's Hospital plays a vital role in preparing pediatric patients for surgery within the Day Surgery Unit. Child Life Specialists help prepare the patient and their families for the hospital experience by helping them cope, minimizing stress and anxiety, providing age appropriate explanations, and creating opportunities that foster self-esteem. For more information on the Child Life Services before operation, click here. Click here to learn more about our pre-operation resources.

Teen Town at Covenant

This space was designed for teenagers at Covenant Children's Hospital. Teenagers now have a place to escape the normal hospital routine and get a break from their rooms. Teen Town provides a space for teenagers their siblings, and friends to come and have fun. To learn more about what Teen Town has to offer, click here. Click here to learn more about Teen Town.

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