Visiting Our Campus

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Welcome to Children's Hospital New Orleans. We want to make sure you have what you need to make your visit as easy as possible. Below you will find information on locating our campus, parking, nearby accommodations, and other services to utilize during your visit at Children's.

Children's Hospital New Orleans
200 Henry Clay Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
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If you have trouble locating our campus, please call our Main Hospital Line at 504.882.8185 from 8am - 4:30pm.


Free parking is available in our 600-spot parking garage located off of Henry Clay Avenue. Enter the Children's Hospital campus on Henry Clay and Tchoupitoulas Street and proceed forward on Henry Clay until you see the parking garage entrance to your left.

We also offer free valet services at the entrance to our campus on the corner of Henry Clay and Tchoupitoulas.

Emergency Department

Access our emergency entrance by entering our campus on Tchoupitoulas Street and Calhoun Street and proceed down on Calhoun until you see the entrance to your left.

Accommodations and Services

For our families who are staying with us for an extended period of time, we offer Family Housing at our Hogs for the Cause Family Center. We also partner with local hotels to offer special rates for for families of patients being treated at Children's Hospital.

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome at Children's Hospital New Orleans and all of our clinics. Service animals are not pets, companion animals or therapy dogs. We apply the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, which define a service animal as “one that is trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability.” Persons with service animals will be accommodated unless Children's Hospital formally determines such service animal constitutes a "direct threat" or requires a "fundamental alteration" of its facilities or services.

ADA frequently asked questions

More information about service animals