Pediatric Subspecialty Clinic
The Sub-specialty Clinic at St. Vincent Center for Children is the only facility in the Tri-State that features expert pediatric sub-specialists from different major medical centers. We offer access to some of the best specialists in the country - right here in Evansville - so patients and their families can receive critical medical services close to home.
Children are seen at the Center for Children for a variety of reasons varying from a one-time consultation to treatments for acute, chronic or surgical conditions.
Developmental & Behavioral
For the treatment and evaluation of children with:
- birth defects,
- genetic disorders
- autism and other developmental disorders.
Endocrine disorders are often related to hormone imbalances that affect bodily functions and growth and development. We treat all types of endocrine conditions including:
- Diabetes (Type 1, Type 2)
- Growth disorders and genetic syndromes
- Early or late puberty in boys and girls
- Pituitary, thyroid and adrenal disorders
- Lipid disorders (high cholesterol and triglycerides)
- Vitamin D deficiency
- Childhood weight management
St. Vincent Subspecialty Clinic at the Center for Children has specialized treatment for gastroenterology. Our full-time pediatric gastroenterologist at the Center for Children and specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents with a wide range of gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders.
For the evaluation and treatment of children with:
- neurological disorders
- migraine headaches
- Tourette Syndrome
- tic disorders and muscle diseases
The Center for Children Pediatric Neurologist reads all pediatric EEG's for St. Vincent.
For the treatment and evaluation of children with
- cystic fibrosis
- chronic lung disease
- trach dependency
Pulmonary Function Tests are performed by an on-site Respiratory Therapist.
For the evaluation and treatment of children ages six to 18 in the areas of
- mood disorder
- anxiety disorders
- autism spectrum disorders and more...
For the evaluation and treatment of children with obstructive sleep apnea, central apnea and other sleep disorders. On-site sleep studies are performed.
For the evaluation and treatment of children with
- hydronephrosis (dilation or stretching of the area of kidneys where urine collects)
- urinary reflux
- recurrent urinary tract infections
- genital abnormalities