My son, Cade was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of three. After 3 years of treatment, he is finally finished with treatment and just an ordinary six-year old! Cade received the BEST care at Children's Mercy and we will be forever grateful!
Why Children’s Mercy?
Each year, Children’s Mercy provides comprehensive care to nearly 2,000 children with childhood cancers, sickle cell disease, hemophilia and other blood disorders, with survival rates frequently above national averages.
Children’s Mercy has one of the nation’s largest Child Life programs, making the hospital experience more comfortable for patients and families.
From equipment made for their smaller bodies to unique specialty areas for infants, children and teenagers, everything at Children’s Mercy is designed for children so that we can best serve them at all stages of growth.