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CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital

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CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital is located on the fifth floor of Mission Hospital’s patient care tower. Click here for more about Mission Hospital.

Part of CHOC Children’s regional healthcare network, CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital is located on the 5th floor of Mission Hospital’s patient care tower. It operates as a separately licensed pediatric facility with its own medical staff, including pediatric subspecialists, registered nurses and child life specialists. While linked to Mission Hospital’s trauma center, high-level obstetric and perinatal program and ancillary services, CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital features medical/surgical beds, a pediatric intensive care unit, a level III neonatal intensive care unit and an inpatient epilepsy monitoring unit.

Whether a child is admitted to CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital to be treated for influenza, a head trauma or a life-threatening heart condition, family-centered care is always a priority. Our care teams help children and their families get back to what’s important: enjoying life…together.

The only dedicated pediatric healthcare facility for families in south Orange County

CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital serves as the only dedicated pediatric healthcare facility for families in south Orange County, the surrounding coastal areas and north San Diego County. Inside its doors, you’ll find an expert team of world-class physicians and nurses providing compassionate, innovative care to the most fragile of newborns to the most rambunctious of teenagers.

Dedicated pediatric emergency facilities
A collaboration between CHOC Children’s and Mission Hospital, the pediatric “wing” of Mission Hospital’s Emergency Department separates its high-acute treatment areas from its pediatric functions, providing a lively and unique identity apart from the existing hospital. Special attention was given to the use of colors, textures and images to create a soothing environment for children, diverting their focus to something fun and familiar rather than their fear of being in a hospital. Children needing hospitalization are admitted directly to CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital.

Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
Our state-of-the art Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at CHOC Mission is used to evaluate a child’s brain activity and behavioral activity for an extended period of time, in order to make an epilepsy diagnosis. It offers four private inpatient rooms equipped with long-term EEG and video monitoring, and it is staffed 24/7 by registered EEG technologists who monitor patients around the clock. Learn more about our long-term EEG video monitoring services.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Babies born at Mission Hospital can receive critical care in our 18-bed, Level 3 NICU at CHOC Mission. Our neonatal care teams are able to be present during high-risk births and can start critical care within minutes. Among the full spectrum of neonatal equipment available, CHOC Mission is the first children’s hospital in California to offer the NICVIEW webcam system, allowing families to see real-time, live video of their infant remotely, from anywhere they can log on to the Internet. Learn more about our NICU services.

Outpatient Specialty Care
Near CHOC Mission, we offer outpatient appointments with many of our specialists at the CHOC Children’s Health Center in Mission Viejo. Specialty care offered at this location includes cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, rheumatology, surgery and urology. Make an appointment at the CHOC Children’s Health Center, Mission Viejo.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
In the PICU, the highest level of care is available for critically ill or injured children, including those who may need heart or lung monitoring or the attention of an intensive care specialist as the result of a trauma such as an automobile accident, near drowning or major surgery.

Child Life program
Child Life Specialists provide patients and their siblings with emotional and developmental-appropriate support to help minimize the anxiety they might be experiencing and help them gain an understanding of medical treatments with age-appropriate explanations and “medical play” with dolls and instruments. They also provide distraction during painful procedures.

Ronald McDonald Family Room and Sleep Room
Through a partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities, CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital features the Ronald McDonald Family Room and Sleep Room. In the Family Room, couches, television and DVD player allow families to take a break and relax, or gather to discuss their child’s progress. The Sleep Room, with slumber and showering accommodations, allows parents of NICU or PICU patients to spend the night with their child in the hospital.

Sleep Center
The Sleep Center at CHOC Mission offers private, comfortable accommodations and the latest technology to conduct routine sleep studies for children who have problems related to sleep. Each of the unit’s three rooms includes custom light control, a flat-screen TV, a fold-out bed for mom or dad, and unique artwork that showcases Southern California beaches to promote a soothing, calm environment. Learn more about having a sleep study at CHOC.

Contact and Directions

CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital

Located on the 5th floor of Mission Hospital’s patient care tower

27700 Medical Center Rd. – 5th Floor Mission Viejo, CA 92691

Phone: (949) 364-1400

Virtual Tour

Hospitals can be a scary place for children. Through its family centered care approach to treatment and recovery, CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital tends to the emotional and practical needs of patients and their caregivers.

Take a virtual tour of CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital.

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CHOC Children's is affiliated with the UC Irvine School of Medicine