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LOVE WILL.

LOVE WILL.

LOVE WILL.

At Children’s Mercy, we'll always do whatever it takes to protect the health of your child. From implementing safety measures to collaborating on breakthrough research, whatever has to be done is what we do. Because love stops at nothing...and neither do we.

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COVID-19 and School Re-openings

As a community, we’re facing decisions about returning to school while our community is still experiencing rises in COVID-19. Experts at Children’s Mercy developed the “Guidance for School Re-opening During the COVID-19 Pandemic” resource to help the community – both families and administrators – navigate school re-openings during COVID-19.

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Como comunidad, nos vemos obligados a tomar decisiones sobre el regreso a la escuela mientras seguimos registrando aumentos en el número casos de COVID-19. Los expertos de Children's Mercy desarrollaron un recurso para ayudar a la comunidad, tanto a las familias como a los administradores, a afrontar la reapertura de las escuelas durante la pandemia.

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For the Sixth Year in a Row, All 10 Children’s Mercy Specialties Ranked by U.S. News and World Report

Children’s Mercy Kansas City is once again recognized as one of the nation’s top pediatric hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 “Best Children’s Hospitals” report.

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Be a Partner and Help Kids Get Better

When Hallie was born, she struggled to breathe. You helped her get the surgery and care that changed her life. There are still other patients who need a champion like you.

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Genomic research patients, brothers Kaden and Ty

Kaden and Ty Find Answers Through Genomic Research

Brothers Kaden and Ty have been facing unexplained medical issues for years. Standard genetic testing came back normal, but our Genomic Answers for Kids research study found a long-awaited diagnosis.

Learn about Genomic Answers for Kids