Pediatric Medical Complexity
Children with medical complexity typically have chronic or severe health conditions and substantial healthcare needs. Such conditions include cerebral palsy, congenital heart disease, genetic syndromes and others. These children may require many medications and have chronic pain, unexplained symptoms and developmental issues. They require multidisciplinary resources and an engaged care team to navigate the healthcare system.
Primary care provided with these resources is available at The University of Kansas Health System Pillars Clinic. Here, our specialists provide advanced care to meet the healthcare needs of medically complex pediatric patients.
To schedule an appointment, call 913-588-1227 or request an appointment online.
Your medical home
Pillars for support
The Pediatric Pillars medical home was designed with you in mind. We combine our specialized resources to provide:
- Coordination of care in a patient-centered medical home
- Dedicated physician, nurse navigator, dietitian, social worker, parent advocate and support staff
- Extended appointment times and seamless integration with general pediatrics
- Inpatient consultation
- Same-day appointments for urgent needs
We work with parents and children to provide comprehensive care from early childhood through adolescence to adulthood. Your child receives:
- Care requiring subspecialty collaboration, including for conditions such as metabolic disease, cerebral palsy and genetic syndrome
- Management for patients who depend on technology, including wheelchairs, home ventilators and feeding tubes
- Pediatric-to-adult transition of care
Pediatric Pillars subspecialty providers
Mike Kellogg, RN, ADN