At Marin General Hospital, pediatric care begins at birth, for those babies who require the expert attention of our Level II NICU – the ONLY neonatal unit in Marin County. Our pediatric program is the most comprehensive in all of Marin County and we have the expertise, experience, and equipment to provide exceptional care for kids from birth to age 18, whether the concern is a minor illness, a condition requiring hospitalization, or a medical emergency.
Our emergency department has child-sized equipment and a staff of pediatric hospitalists – a hospital-based doctor who specializes in children – available 24/7.
After-Hours Outpatient Care
For urgent (but not emergency) illnesses and injuries, PRIMA Medical Group operates the county’s only after-hours clinic exclusively for children under 18. After-hours outpatient care is available Monday through Friday (5 pm - 7 am) and 24 hours on Saturday, Sunday, and selected holidays.
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital at Marin General Hospital
We have teamed up with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital to provide expanded services and expertise for our neonatal and pediatric patients closer to home. UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital at Marin General Hospital is a powerful collaboration that includes UCSF neonatologists on-site at Marin General Hospital, a prenatal diagnostic center staffed with specialists in high-risk obstetrics and access to all the resources of a top-ranked children's hospital. In addition, it also includes a specialty clinic nearby with experts in pediatric cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, pulmonology, orthopedics and eating disorders.
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Greenbrae Outreach Clinic
1300 South Eliseo Drive, Suite 204
Greenbrae, CA 94904
For referrals for specialty care, telephone consultations with a specialist, or urgent admission or transfer to the Greenbrae Outreach Clinic please call: 1-415-461-4396. Hours will vary by specialty.
We offer a dedicated 14-bed pediatric unit designed to meet the needs of the whole family. Rooms with sleeping accommodations for parents, special rooms for breastfeeding mothers, and a playroom. Kids have TV and Nintendo in their rooms, and, when they are well enough, they can go play with the toys in our playroom. Our young patients are cared for by pediatric hospitalists and pediatric nurses who are attuned to children’s special medical and emotional needs.