The Valley Pain Management Center believes that one person in pain is too many, especially if that person is you. Our staff is here for one purpose: to get you out of pain as quickly as possible.
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Valley's palliative care programs focus on preventing or relieving pain and other physical, emotional or spiritual distress that can accompany serious illness. Learn about our inpatient, outpatient and in-home palliative care programs.
At Valley, we take all of your palpitation symptoms seriously and will investigate rigorously to discover the cause and recommend appropriate treatment if needed.
As a high-volume center for pancreatic surgery, the Gastrointestinal Cancer Program at Valley offers both traditional and minimally invasive surgical approaches, including the Whipple procedure.
The pediatric audiology team at the Kireker Center for Child Development evaluates and diagnoses all types of hearing disorders in children from birth to age 21.
The Valley Hospital’s Pediatric Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat newborns, children, adolescents and young adults.
Valley's pediatric endocrinology team offers a family-centered approach to treating children who have problems with growth, puberty, obesity, diabetes and other endocrine issues.
Valley’s pediatric gastroenterology services provide diagnostics, treatment and management of gastrointestinal issues in children, including gastroesophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel disease, celiac disease, liver disease and more. Urgent and same-day appointments available.
Babies, children and adolescents who have serious illnesses or medical conditions that require continuous monitoring and specialized care are treated in The Valley Hospital’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).
Pediatric occupational therapy at the Kireker Center for Child Development includes a therapeutic sensory gym, activities to develop motor skills, occupational therapy for NICU babies, and more.
Valley’s board-certified pediatric physiatrist provides comprehensive care for children with physical, cognitive or language disabilities.
Pediatric physical therapy at the Kireker Center for Child Development aims to help each child reach their full potential, with a full range of evaluation and treatment services for children from birth to age 21. Our therapists work with other professionals at the Kireker Center to ensure that each child's specific needs are met.
Valley’s pediatric pulmonology team diagnoses and treats all types of respiratory diseases and disorders in infants, children and adolescents.
Valley's Pediatric Sleep Disorders and Apnea Center treats a variety of sleep problems in children. Learn more about our sleep disorder treatment options and schedule a consultation.
The Center for Pediatric Spasticity offers a coordinated approach to treating children with spasticity caused by cerebral palsy, stroke or other neurological issues.
Valley's pediatric subspecialists provide experienced care that’s tailored to the needs of young patients. Learn more about our services in children's endocrinology, pulmonology, weight management, gastroenterology, and physiatry, as well as developmental pediatrics.
Certified speech-language pathologists at the Kireker Center for Child Development evaluate, diagnose and treat all types of speech-language disorders in children from birth up to age 21, with individualized therapy plans for a variety of conditions.
The Center for Pediatric Wellness & Weight Management helps children and adolescents lose weight and improve their health through a variety of medical and behavioral health services.
Valley looks after the next generation with child-specific programs and a team of specialists who will champion your child’s wellness every day. Learn about our specialty programs in child development, critical care, emergency medicine, sleep medicine, weight management and more.
Valley’s urogynecology program offers advanced surgical and non-surgical treatments for pelvic floor disorders that can improve your quality of life.
Pelvic organ prolapse treatments at Valley include a pessary to reduce the prolapse inside the vagina, or surgical options such as robotic sacrocolpopexy and vaginal surgery.
Valley's Perinatal Women’s Mental Health Program addresses the needs of women dealing with postpartum depression; perinatal or infant loss, or carrying a child with a terminal illness. Services are led by professionals who are specially trained in women’s mental health issues.
Whether you need a prescription filled, require in-hospital medication or are receiving outpatient medication therapy, our highly trained pharmacists are available to meet your needs.
The Valley Hospital’s PGY1 pharmacy residency programs include training for pharmacists in the acute-care and ambulatory arenas, as well as community-based settings. Learn more about our pharmacy residency programs.
Valley physiatrists help you get pain relief; recover from illness, injury, or impairment; or adjust to disability. We offer many treatment options, including alternative therapies and procedures.
Physical therapy at The Valley Hospital provides a wide range of therapies to help patients regain strength and functioning after an injury, illness or surgery.
If you’ve been in the hospital for the treatment of a chronic illness and need help controlling your condition, you may benefit from Valley’s Population Health program. Our nurses can help you successfully manage your health.
Follow your baby’s development, manage your prenatal health, and stay connected to Valley’s services for moms and babies anytime, anywhere! Sign up for Valley’s free Pregnancy to Parenthood app, powered by YoMingo.
The Valley Hospital’s pre-surgical physical conditioning program, called prehabilitation, enhances patients’ fitness levels and functional mobility before surgery, which can result in a faster and easier recovery. Learn about our "prehab" program for joint replacement and other surgical procedures.
Valley offers a variety of prenatal tests to help you learn more about the health of your baby, including your baby’s risk for certain birth defects such as Down syndrome.
Learning what to expect from open-heart surgery can make your recovery process easier. This page will help you prepare for before heart surgery and the day of surgery.
Valley Medical Group's primary care providers offer comprehensive physicals, screenings, immunizations and more to help you stay healthy. Weekday, evening and weekend office hours make it easy to see your provider when it's convenient for you.
PrimeTime, Valley’s membership program for adults age 60+, offers activites, programs and services to keep seniors healthy and active.
Project TALK is a virtual caregiver support group that helps caregivers access the resources their loved ones need. Monthly virtual sessions are led by a social worker in Valley's Care Coordination Department.
The Urologic Oncology Center offers minimally invasive robotic surgery and radiation therapy, including SBRT, that minimize prostate cancer treatment side effects.
Pulmonary function testing (PFT) at Valley's Pulmonary Function Testing Lab involves the use of noninvasive diagnostic tests to show how well the lungs are working.
Valley's Pulmonary Center of Excellence offers state-of-the-art diagnostic services, treatments and support services that can help patients breathe — and live — better.
The Pulmonary Nodule Center is dedicated to determining which lung nodules require further investigation for potential lung cancer and which can be safely ignored.
Pulmonary rehabilitation at Valley is a 12-week outpatient program designed to help patients with respiratory conditions improve their quality of life.
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