At UW Health, our commitment is to serve humankind through medical innovation and unparalleled compassion. We provide expertise and quality care to patients and families throughout Wisconsin and beyond.
Meet some of our amazing patients and hear their stories:
Born with a cleft lip and palate, Lydia had a long health care journey that included many complex surgeries. Thanks to UW Health's American Family Children's Hospital, she has now "graduated" from our program and wants to share her story.
During a prenatal ultrasound, Michael was diagnosed with a rare heart condition called corrected transposition of the great arteries. The pediatric heart team at UW Health's American Family Children's Hospital worked together to treat Michael. Now 6, he is an active, happy, sport-loving kid.
In the immediate aftermath of heart surgery, Joe Servick followed a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation routine that involved exercise and nutrition counseling.
Rushed to University Hospital with atrial tachycardia, Ben spent only one hour in the operating room and four days in the hospital total after surgeons removed his right atrial appendage.
Born deaf, Lexi came to Madison for cochlear implant surgery. The first words she heard after surgery were her mom's: "Hi, Lexi. We love you."
Referred to American Family Children's Hospital after a leukemia diagnosis, Nathan achieved "rapid remission" after a chemotherapy regimen that included home care.