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In Complex Care Service (CCS), our goal is to provide comprehensive, coordinated and centralized care for children with complex health care and developmental issues. Our team consists of experienced pediatricians, nurses, social workers, and administrative assistants.
Support in identifying comprehensive medical and developmental needs for patients with complex developmental issues
A centralized point of contact in the hospital and continuity of care in both outpatient and inpatient settings
Communication among specialists, primary care physicians, home care agencies and primary caregivers to support the medical and developmental needs of children in their communities.
Connections with community-based resources such as home care companies, schools, daycare, state agencies and families to maximize quality of life for children with special health care needs.
Who Benefits from CCS?
* Children with multi-system, complex medical or developmental issues.
* Caregivers or families working to balance their children's healthcare needs and developmental goals.
* Professionals and caregivers partnering to individualize and streamline a child's health care planning.
Children who are part of the CCS program have regular follow-up visits with their CCS physicians and continue to maintain relationships with their primary care providers.
The CCS team partners with each child's primary care provider and specialty providers to ensure comprehensive, coordinated and centralized medical care.
Need an appointment?
Talk to your primary care physician for a referral or call CCS at 617-355-6162.
Please be prepared to discuss your child's medical history.
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