Accepted Insurance

Nemours accepts most major insurance plans. Patient-families can also check with their health insurance provider for the most up-to-date information.

View Accepted Insurance

Admissions to Our Hospitals

We can make arrangements to admit or transfer your patient to one of our hospitals, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Please call us in advance of your patient's arrival for direct hospital admission.

Delaware Valley

Nemours Children’s Hospital, Delaware

Emergency Office Questions

For an emergency office question, speak to a Nemours specialist quickly (within 5 minutes) or arrange for a follow-up call by using the physician priority line:


Nemours Kids Transport

To request a Nemours Kids Transport from a licensed health care facility:


Emergency Department

To admit through the Emergency Department of Nemours Children’s Hospital, Delaware:


Direct Admission

For a potential direct admission (a patient you have seen or are seeing in your office), contact the Admitting Resident for the day:


Depending on the specific plan of care, your patient may be admitted to the Emergency Department of Nemours Children’s Hospital, Delaware or directly to the most appropriate inpatient care unit (such as surgery, neurology, oncology, cardiology, and rehabilitation).

Patients may also be admitted to the:

Physician Priority Line (PPL)

Clinical questions about next steps for a specific patient?

Speak with a Nemours specialist 24/7:

Florida

Nemours Children's Hospital, Florida

Physicians and hospital staff only, please call:
  • (855) KID-ADMIT for transfers/acceptance and to request transport
  • (407) 567-4245 for Nemours Children's Hospital, Florida  Emergency Department direct line

Patients may be transferred to the NCH Emergency Department, which includes round-the-clock access to pediatric specialists as well as advanced imaging capabilities. Patients may be admitted directly to the most appropriate inpatient care unit (such as surgery, neurology, oncology, cardiology, and rehabilitation), to our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), or our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) inpatient rooms.