If a child is seriously ill, he needs professional medical care. Doctors, nurses and subject matter experts know the intricacies of the child's body and the characteristics of disease in small patients. They are experts in the treatment of children.

St. Petersburg Children’s municipal multi-specialty clinical center of high medical technology named after K.A. Rauhfus differs from adults. We work on equipment designed specifically for children. We develop and conduct procedures which are suitable for a growing body. We use sparing methods of operational interventions. We care not only about today, but also about the future health of the child.

Since 1869, St. Petersburg Children’s municipal multi-specialty clinical center of high medical technology named after K.A. Rauhfus provides medical care for children of all ages and stages of life. As medical pioneers, we formed Russian pediatrics and provided small patients with medical care at a level available in other hospitals only years later.

Today, St. Petersburg Children’s municipal multi-specialty clinical center of high medical technology named after K.A. Rauhfus is a new multidisciplinary children's medical institution in ideology and equipment. Our physicians, nurses and staff are focused on understanding and maintaining the physical, emotional and social needs of each child while they are in the hospital. We devote time to information work and training of parents: we talk about the features of diseases, prevention of childhood injuries and post-operative care. We are sure that parents will be able to properly care for the child after returning home, and being at home will help him recover even faster.

St. Petersburg Children’s municipal multi-specialty clinical center of high medical technology named after K.A. Rauhfus provides additional services that meet the needs of a modern family.

Our mission:

"The health of tomorrow's child depends on how well the work is done today. We believe that quality medicine is an alloy of compassion, experience and amazing scientific discoveries, and modern equipment, medicines and knowledge will outweigh disease and pain together. Therefore, every day we rethink what has already been done in pediatrics and move forward. Day by day, step by step, 24 hours, 365 days a year and a day more in a leap year.

We want to live in a world where children need a hospital less than they do now. Because our main goal is a healthy child who lives a full life at home and is surrounded by close people. Until we have created such a world, the doors of our center are open for children."