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Dear families, providers, supporters and friends,
We are still here. However, we want to make you aware of two changes:
1. 2650 Elm Ave. Suite 301 clinics (Genetics, Craniofacial, High Risk Infant Follow Up)
and all staff from those clinics have moved to the
Children's Village located at 2701 Atlantic Avenue
2651 Elm Ave. Suite 205 - no changes
2. All calls to our main number are now directed to the Navigation Center, then either transferred to us or we get notified that you called. Please let the Navigation Center know the following in order for your call to get transferred appropriately:
* Who is the provider/person you are trying to reach?
* What is the call regarding?
* Are you calling to schedule, cancel or reschedule an appointment?
* Mention either the provider, your appointment type/date, or Stramski.
If you know the extension of the person you are trying to reach, you may still call that extension.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The Stramski Children's Developmental Center has been dedicated to children and families since 1975. As a proud part of Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach and the MemorialCare Health System, we are focused on excellence in every aspect of care - from treatment to relationships with families. At Stramski, you are our priority.
In 1975, the Children’s Chronic Disease Center was founded by Dr. Geraldine A. Stramski with the financial help of the Children’s Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. The center was renamed in her honor in 1991. As a developmental pediatrician, Dr. Stramski recognized the need for a team approach to the multiple health issues so often encountered in children with developmental conditions.
Today, the Stramski Children's Developmental Center, under the direction of Medical Director Dr. Gary Feldman, is a special needs center that helps children and families deal with conditions such as autism, cleft lip and palate, birth defects, learning problems, and other developmental delays. The center also has clinics specializing in sleep disorders and international adoption. It is at the forefront of the study of Fragile X syndrome. Although many of these children's conditions are "invisible," they are often serious and accompanied by a lifetime of challenges. Very few of these problems are “quick-fixes” -- they require numerous consultations and extensive pre- and post-consult work. Often, parents have difficulty advocating for their children due to cultural, educational and language differences. The Stramski Center fills this gap by facilitating access to services and monitoring progress. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the center is able to provide individualized care to help children reach their optimum potential. Each year, the Stramski Center treats more than 4,000 children with serious, often life-long, medical conditions so they can achieve their highest potential.
The maintenance of this website is sponsored by the Don Temple Family Charitable Foundation. The Stramski Center is grateful for their support.
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