The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, founded in 1855 and the oldest hospital in the United States dedicated exclusively to pediatrics, strives to be the world leader in the advancement of healthcare for children by integrating excellent patient care, innovative research and quality professional education into all of its programs.
Directly or in partnering with others, the Hospital seeks to provide accessible, fiscally responsible, comprehensive, innovative, high-quality medical and surgical care to children in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and other states and countries.
The Hospital focuses its educational mission on physician and allied health professionals at all levels, with an emphasis on training future leaders who are devoted to the care of children. As a means of achieving this mission, the Hospital forges relationships with other institutions that include education and research among their goals.
The Hospital improves the general health of children and demonstrates world leadership by generating new knowledge through its commitment to basic and clinical research.
100% of each dollar raised in restricted funds is used for programs or direct services. For unrestricted funds, $.88 is used for programs and/or direct services.
|Address||34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
|Type||Health & Rehabilitative Services|