The Department of Pediatrics at Shenzhen United Family Hospital (SZU) provides with high-quality outpatient and inpatient care for your children. Our pediatricians have extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in children and can help prevent and manage various health problems in infants, children and adolescents. In order to address the special healthcare needs of children who are often too young or too shy to talk, our medical staff have been highly-trained in the physical, social, and emotional development of children. Additionally, children tend to present with different symptoms from adults and therefore require different treatment and care. Our pediatricians are specially-trained to recognize the importance of these different, especially in newborns and young kids. We provide a full range of services including well child care and the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric disease processes.

We provide a full range of services for children, including preventive care and disease treatments. We work closely with many pediatric subspecialists around the world and cooperate with medical professionals within our own hospital (i.e. psychologists, surgeons, and ER doctors), so that we can adequately assess the various health needs of children and recommend the appropriate treatment.

Well visits

The Department of Pediatric Health Care has established several subspecialties: routine pediatric health care (including anemia, rickets and obesity management), follow-up for high-risk neonate, pediatric nutrition, pediatric psychology and behavior, pediatric nursing, vaccine consultation and vaccination clinics. In addition, SZU Pediatrics has subspecialties in pediatric dentistry, pediatric dermatology, pediatric osteopathy, pediatric surgery, and pediatric allergy, which provide a one-stop closed-loop management model to ensure the normal growth and development of children and at-risk children in a comprehensive, holistic and individualized manner.


Pediatricians provide professional health assessment and guidance for the growth and development of babies. Which include, but are not limited to prenatal pediatric care, developmental assessment (including growth and development, communication, motor, and cognitive development), physical examination and screening for common childhood diseases, nutritional counseling and parenting guidance, audiovisual screening, oral hygiene health guidance, child mental health and developmental behavior guidance, child safety guidance, vaccination counseling, and newborn and high-risk neonate follow-up.

Sick Baby

The pediatric clinic focuses on the treatment of common and multiple diseases in children, including but not limited to: various diseases of the neonatal period, fever, infectious respiratory diseases (acute upper respiratory tract infection, laryngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, acute/chronic cough), wheezing, laryngeal wheezing, rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, rhinorrhea, open-mouth breathing, snoring, otitis media, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, food intolerance and food allergies, acute or chronic abdominal pain, various rashes, various urine and urination abnormalities, edema, and growth retardation/malnutrition.

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