Partnerships & Affiliations | UC Davis Children's Hospital

Partnerships and affiliations

UC Davis Children’s Hospital’s partnerships with several UC Davis entities have far-reaching implications for pediatric care. Patients receive care in an academic medical center that involves multidisciplinary collaboration, cutting-edge research into new treatments and cures for a vast array of pediatric conditions, and advanced, technology-based care such as pediatric telemedicine.

Partner spotlight

A beacon of hope

For more than 10 years, Oak Park Rotary House has been a beacon of hope for patient families at UC Davis Children’s Hospital. Located within walking distance of the hospital, it offers a two-bedroom private home for a family with a child who will be hospitalized for at least six months.

Partners and affiliates at a glance

The UC Davis Injury and Violence Prevention Program leads initiatives to reduce injury among children in Sacramento’s underserved Oak Park area — such as our Wraparound program to steer youths away from cycles of violence. Another partnership supports car seat distribution and education for families on public assistance.

Injury and Violence Prevention Program

Wraparound Program

We partner with several wellness-related community organizations and events including UC Davis Athletics, the athletic teams that represent UC Davis.

UC Davis Athletics

UC Davis Children’s Hospital is a member of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, whose mission is to generate funds and awareness for local children’s hospitals.

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Communities & Health Professionals Together (CHPT) is a unique partnership between two UC Davis Residency Programs — Family Medicine and Pediatrics — and seven grassroots, community based organizations, that draws upon the assets of communities and physicians-in-training to improve health and support communities in making positive changes.

The Kiwanis Family House offers inexpensive family accommodations — with individual bedrooms, kitchen facilities, bathrooms, laundry, pay phone, and hook-ups for recreational vehicles — to UC Davis Children's Hospital patient families.

Kiwanis Family House

UC Davis Health provides pediatric telehealth services to the 14 Northern California counties that Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) serves. PHC is a nonprofit, community-based, public health care organization that contracts with the State of California to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers.

Partnership HealthPlan of California

Project ADAM is committed to saving lives by empowering schools and communities to be prepared for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). It is not enough to simply have an automated external defibrillator (AED) in the building — having a documented plan, a designated and prepared response team, and a regularly practiced emergency response drill are critical to success.

Established at UC Davis Children’s Hospital in 2015, Project ADAM Sacramento is the first California affiliate of Project ADAM.

Project ADAM Sacramento

Ronald McDonald House is a ‘home away from home’ for families who must travel at least 30 miles to seek medical treatment for their child. The Sacramento Ronald McDonald House is a 38-room facility that offers housing to UC Davis Children’s Hospital patient families.

Ronald McDonald House

UC Davis Children’s Hospital is a proud race sponsor and the chief beneficiary of the funds raised by the California International Marathon (CIM) and the Sacramento Running Association, which hosts the event.

Sacramento Running Association

The current Affiliation Agreement between Shriners Children’s and UC Davis, in place since 1997, made it possible to jointly achieve nationally recognized programs and treatment specialties as well as attract and retain internationally recognized doctors and scientists. Together, Shriners Children’s Northern California and UC Davis Children’s Hospital rank as one of the nation’s top providers of pediatric orthopedic care by U.S. News and World Report.

Shriners Children’s Northern California

As a proud partner with the Sacramento Native American Health Center, we’re improving access to services and pediatricians in the community while offering a valuable learning environment to medical students and residents. The health center is committed to enhancing quality of life by providing a culturally competent, holistic, and patient-centered continuum of care.

Sacramento Native American Health Center

For more than 10 years, Oak Park Rotary House has been a beacon of hope for patient families at UC Davis Children’s Hospital. Located within walking distance of the hospital, it offers a two-bedroom private home for a family with a child who will be hospitalized for at least six months.

Oak Park Rotary House

UC Davis Health has partnered with the Sacramento County Health Center to open a first-of-its-kind clinic in Sacramento to provide medical care for children in the foster care system. Located in the Sacramento County Health Center, it’s called the CIRCLE clinic, which stands for Comprehensive Integration of Resilience into Child Life Experiences.

Sacramento County Health Center

Tiny baby in NICU

NICU network partners

UC Davis Children’s Hospital serves as the Regional NICU partner for seven community NICU affiliates focused on supporting maternal child health care. These partners are found across UC Davis Health’s 33-county service area that stretches from Central California to the Oregon and Nevada borders.

The partnerships aim to enhance quality of care, keep moms and babies together, and ensure patients receive the right care at the right place and the right time.

Getting in touch with us

Contact us

We are dedicated to building relationships and developing a regional care network of hospitals, clinics, and physician groups through strategic partnerships and affiliations.

For information about NICU partnerships, please contact:

Sharon Conner, RN, BSN
Children’s Hospital Outreach Nurse

Partnerships and Affiliations

2315 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817