At Nemours, we promise to do whatever it takes to treat children as we would our own. When your child comes to Nemours, we know you’re placing your trust in us. This trust and our dedication to improving the health of your child is what inspires us to provide exceptional care and the most satisfying experience possible.
Stories: Patients and families share their experiences.
Patient Satisfaction: See what families say about our care.
News & Recognition
- Nemours Juvenile Diabetes Study Group Receives Clinical Research Award
- U.S. News & World Report 2011-2012
In the Words of Our Families
We believe that your thoughts and feedback about your family's experience with Nemours are integral to helping us continue to improve our care. Here are some of the personal testimonials we’ve received from parents like you:
"Very polite staff. It makes it easier when you’re already going through a tough time with your child's diabetes that they are so patient-friendly, encouraging, and polite."
"Our Nemours Endocrinologist has taken care of my son since he was probably 6-8 years old. He has always been very kind and always finds something positive my son has done."
"The front and all the diabetes educators are wonderful, they treat my daughter and myself like family. It’s a good thing."
"The entire team works very efficiently, including the Diabetes Center staff. They did not leave me for even a moment."
"Our doctor is fantastic. She really cares, is so very smart, always has a great rapport with my child and is always on top of the latest diabetes news. I can't speak more highly of her. I've recommended her to countless friends."
"Diabetes educators are great, always help to make pump adjustments."
"In the five years of my son's treatment for Diabetes at Nemours, we have never had a bad experience. The treatment, care, and concern for his overall health has been excellent and prepared him for the next step. Thank you to all the staff."
"Practice and doctor has made the difference between a burden and a way of life for my son with is Type 1 Diabetes — could not have asked for better care at their hands. Sorry we have to move on now that he is an adult."