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Our Critical Care Transport Program coordinates and provides transport services for your critically ill or injured child to Boston Children's Hospital. The transport team is responsible for the resuscitation, stabilization and inter-hospital transfer of patients ranging from preterm infants to young adults. Our team operates 24 hours a day and serves all critical care areas in the institution, including the Neonatal ICU, Cardiac ICU, Medical/Surgical ICU, Medicine ICU and Emergency Department.
The primary goal of the Boston Children's Transport Program is to improve outcomes for critically ill neonatal and pediatric patients who require transport to our facility. We strive for the continuous professional advancement of our team through advanced staff education, peer review, and quality improvement activities. We play a leadership role in improving the quality of acute neonatal and pediatric care in the region through outreach education and support of community programs.
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