Children’s Hospital, Helen DeVos (MI)

Address: 100 Michigan Street NE
Grand Rapids,, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 391-9000 Website:

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan was created in 1993 to fill a critical gap in West Michigan health care—the need for a hospital devoted to infants, children and adolescents. Today, we are a regional referral center dedicated to improving the health and lives of children and families.  More than 150 physicians in 40 pediatric specialties care for more than 7,000 inpatients and more than 125,000 outpatients every year at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.


The opening of the new Helen DeVos Children's Hospital on 1-11-11 marks a new era of children's health care in West Michigan. The 206-bed, 14-floor, 464,000 square foot facility represents more than four decades of steady progress in improving pediatric care and bringing pediatric specialists to the region.


Medical Specialties & Services


Gerber Center for Infant Development and Nutrition

Whether seeking answers to unexpected symptoms or faced with a known diagnosis, uncertainty about your child's future can be overwhelming. The Gerber Center for Infant Development and Nutrition can help.

Services include: Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics Clinic, Infant Progress Clinic


Developmental Assessment Clinics-  are held each month in Muskegon, Ottawa and Kent Counties and provide follow-up care for infants who were under 30 weeks gestation, weighed less than 1500 grams at birth, were diagnosed with HIE (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy/body cooling protocol) and who were admitted to the Helen DeVos Children's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.


The multidisciplinary teams providing these follow-up services consist of physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, hearing specialists, dieticians and nurses.


The Developmental Assessment Clinics were formed through a partnership with the Muskegon Intermediate School District, Ottawa Area Intermediate School District, Kent Intermediate School District, the Kent County Health Department and WIC programs from each county.


Developmental Assessment Clinics are available to the residents of each respective county. Patients must live in the county where the clinic is held in order to be seen in that clinic.


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