Children’s Mercy is committed to providing updated information about COVID-19 that may impact the children in our community and current patients. Visit our dedicated section on COVID-19 for more information.
The Department of Social Work provides licensed social workers and other social service professionals to support families in nearly every inpatient and outpatient setting across the health system and into the community.
Children's Mercy provides language and sign interpretation for patients and families. Contract interpreters and multilingual employees are used to fill the request for 63 different language and sign needs.
Children’s Mercy Library Services has highly-qualified medical librarians ready provide plain language health information to Children's Mercy patients and their families.
24/7 Nurse Advice Line
When your child is sick or injured and your primary care provider is not available, call (816) 234-3188 for advice from the Children's Mercy Nurse Advice Line. We are available to answer your questions 24/7.