Pediatrics Services at North Colorado Medical Center

At North Colorado Medical Center and our community care clinics, we understand children’s treatment is much different from adult treatment. We believe it requires different techniques, technologies and therapies. And we understand that parents are part of the healing process.

A Regional Medical Center for Northeastern Colorado & Beyond

Located in Greeley, Colorado, NCMC is now the largest hospital provider in the region. We also have community care clinics in Eaton, Greeley, Johnstown and Windsor. Together, these facilities offer the full range of pediatric services in a large area that includes southern Wyoming, western Nebraska, western Kansas and northeastern Colorado.

Programs to Help Adolescents Reach Their Full Potential

Adolescents have different health care and primary care needs than younger children or adults. At North Colorado Medical Center, we aim to help teens with the kind of care that’s appropriate for their age. We also look for new ways to increase awareness of teen health in the community. And we promote the kind of knowledge it takes to improve the quality of life for teens and their families.

Dedicated Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic

The Pediatric Rehab Clinic at NCMC provides specialized inpatient and outpatient care in a child- and adolescent-friendly environment.

Our services include:

  • Physical Therapy to help children with developmental delays, range-of-motion limitations, strength/muscle weakness, balance difficulties and abnormal tone
  • Occupational Therapy to help children develop age-appropriate skills (including self-help skills, fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing and handwriting) through play
  • Speech Therapy/Speech-Language Pathology to help children with articulation, language, voice, stuttering, feeding and swallowing disorders
  • Pediatric Feeding & Swallowing Program to help infants and children who have feeding difficulties, such as reflux, breast/bottle feeding difficulties, failure to thrive, poor volume, food aversions and self-feeding difficulties