Children’s Service Line Toolbox

Children's Regional Network of Care

The Children's Regional Network of Care is a collaboration of care givers providing care for and working to improve the health of the children in Western North Carolina. Our goal is to help every patient achieve their desired outcome without harm, without waste and with an exceptional experience for the patient and family. A network of care offers the opportunity to share clinical best practices through participation in a variety of entities: the Regional Service Line, the WNC collaborative, the Mountain Children's Network, Pediatric Grand Rounds and an on-line Toolbox of resources.

Mission Children's Regional Service Line:

The Service Line meets quarterly to discuss quality projects, evidence-based practice, Information Technology and other issues affecting providers. It is also an opportunity to collaborate with all staff members including nurses, pharmacists and other ancillary services.

Mission Health Partners:

Mission Health Partners is a network of hospitals, over 1,200 physicians, and other healthcare providers working together to improve healthcare quality, performance, efficiency and value for the patients of western North Carolina.

Our vision is to provide western North Carolina the best model for quality healthcare by empowering patients to maximize their health and well-being, and through the dedication of physicians, other providers and Mission Health, to deliver coordinated and accountable care. We will partner with patients to optimize the individual experience of care, improve the health of the community and make care more affordable.

For more information, please see our website.

Mountain Children's Network:

The Mountain Children's Network is a networking an educational experience (CME) for providers who care for children of Western North Carolina. Events are held quarterly.

Pediatric Grand Rounds:

Pediatric Grand Rounds is a joint CME offering through MAHEC and Mission Children's Hospital that meets monthly to offer educational presentations to meet the needs of the providers of the region.

To gain access remotely to Pediatric Grand Rounds contact:


The Toolbox is an online opportunity to access evidence-based protocols approved by the Mission Children's Service Line for dissemination across the region.

For more information or feedback please contact:

Ansley Miller, MD, FAAP

Pediatric Service Line Leader

Mission Children's Hospital

509 Biltmore Ave.

Asheville, NC 28803