The Pediatric Pulmonary Training Center

Health Resources and Services Administration

Maternal Child Health Bureau

The mission of the Pediatric Pulmonary Centers is to develop leaders who will improve the health of children with respiratory conditions through the provision of interdisciplinary care.

The Pediatric Pulmonary Centers are Leadership & Clinical training programs funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

The program strives to provide trainees in all disciplines with a comprehensive and partially individualized curriculum encompassing relevant clinical challenges in pediatric lung disease, public policy/advocacy issues, cross-cultural sensitivity training and research skills.

Graduates from the program are trained to take on roles of national leadership in the assessment, policy development, and assurance of systems of care required by children with chronic respiratory conditions and their families.

Click on the areas of interest below to find out more information and about training options available.

Clinical Expertise

Public Health, Policy & Systems Approach to Care


Research & Program Development

The Pediatric Pulmonary Center in Seattle, Washington is one of seven
Pediatric Pulmonary Centers nationwide.

Seattle Children's Hospital
4800 Sandpoint Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Phone: (206) 987-2174
FAX:  (206) 987-2639

The Washington Pediatric Pulmonary Center's training program provides exemplary interdisciplinary leadership and clinical training for graduate and post-graduate trainees in:

Respiratory Care
Social Work

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