Seattle Children's hospital offers crucial service for treating children of the region. They have 250 beds. U.S. News & World Report has raked them among the top ten hospitals for children of the region. They were formerly known as Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center. Anna Herr Clise established the hospital with seven functioning beds in 1907, after losing her 5-year old son, Wills in 1898. Originally, it was a ward of downtown Seattle General Hospital. Afterwards, the hospital was moved to Queen Anne Hill. Mark A. Matthews Herbert Gowen dedicated a 40-bed hospital for the purpose at the same location in 1911. The hospital was shifted to Laurelhurst in 1953.