Are you looking for reliable, up-to-date health or medical information concerning your child?

We'll search our library of reference books, magazines and journals, pamphlets, and on-line databases for the information you want.

We'll make copies of what we find, and within 3 business days will have a package ready to e-mail and or mail you.

If you have a question about Children's Hospital of Michigan services, employment opportunities or your medical care or records, please call (313) 745-KIDS (5437) or toll-free at (888) 362-2500.

Ask the Librarian
  • free
  • personalized and confidential
  • for anyone in the community
  • uses experienced health-information professionals to find the information requested
  • saves hours of your time in libraries and on the Internet
  • saves driving and parking

Step 1

How can we contact you?
First Name*
Last Name*
Zip Code*
Step 2

Tell us what you need
Do you have convenient access to the Internet
What kind of information do you need? (To select multiple options, press "Ctrl" key and highlight the options at the same time.)
For which age group?*(To select multiple options, press "Ctrl" key and highlight the options at the same time.)
Please describe the information needed. Be specific. For example: "Are there side effects of using Ritalin to control ADHD?" or "What is juvenile diabetes?'
Background information
What information do you have already on the topic so we don't give you what you have?
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Disclaimer: Children's Hospital of Michigan makes reasonable efforts to obtain appropriate information. However, Children's Hospital of Michigan does not warrant that it will have or be able to provide all possible current and relevant items on the topic. In addition, Children's Hospital of Michigan makes no warrant as to the accuracy of the information in the data, reference works, or other materials gathered. Evaluation of the value and accuracy of any and all of the information and materials located is the responsibility of the requester, as is any reliance upon these sources.

Children's Hospital of Michigan recommends that everyone discuss the information you find with your healthcare provider. Your doctor, nurse, or therapist can help you interpret the information and determine its relevancy to your child's situation.