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Irvine Valley Air Conditioning Honors "Family" and CHOC with $100,000 Donation
August 21, 2013
Family-owned business donates $100,000 to name conference room used by physicians working in CHOC's pediatric and cardiovascular intensive care units.
More than 80 CHOC Children's Doctors Named "Physicians of Excellence"
January 03, 2012
More than 80 CHOC Children's physicians, including specialists and pediatricians, are named "Physicians of Excellence" by the Orange County Medical Association.
CHOC Physician Dr. Stanley Galant named a 2007 Hospital Hero by the Hospital Association of Southern California
November 12, 2007
Dr. Galant has been the driving force behind bringing the first Breathmobile® to Orange County. Since he achieved that vision, more than 6,000 children have been seen and more than 2,000 have been treated for asthma.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger tours CHOC Breathmobile
April 27, 2007
The CHOC Breathmobile participated in the South Coast Air Quality Management District's International Asthma Conference, "Asthma is a Small World," held in Anaheim on April 26 and 27.
CHOC and UCI Offer Free Asthma and Allergy Education Event
March 08, 2007
CHOC Breathmobile Awarded $500,000 From South Coast Air Quality Management District
August 14, 2006
Vons Foundation Presents a $10,000 Check to CHOC’s Breathmobile
November 15, 2005
Children’s Asthma Chronic Lung Disease Center Opens
January 26, 2004
The Asthma Chronic Lung Disease Center is a collaborative effort between Children’s Hospital of Orange County and the University Children’s Hospital at UCI Medical Center.
CHOC Unveils Orange County’s First Breathmobile
September 09, 2003
Orange County's first CHOC Breathmobile will provide needed asthma services to under-served schools and sites throughout the county.
CHOC’s Free Asthma Treatment Program to Expand in Orange County
April 24, 2003
A unique asthma treatment program expands in Orange County and boasts the addition, this summer, of a fully equipped, mobile, asthma-treatment unit.
CHOC’S MARCH HEALTH TIPS
March 01, 2003
If a child appears to have a slight cold that just won’t go away, take a closer look. Allergies may be the culprit. Check for these classic clues: