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Everyone in Orange County is somehow connected to CHOC Children’s. If it’s not your own children that have been treated by our team of pediatric experts, chances are you know a few that have. Among friends, neighbors, coworkers, even people we encounter in our daily travels—CHOC is a common bond we all share. In this report, you will learn about some of our finest moments.
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CHOC Connections: Annual Report 2012
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 01:56:11 GMT
Everyone in Orange County is somehow connected to CHOC Children’s. If it’s not your own children that have been treated by our team of pediatric experts, chances are you know a few that have. Among friends, neighbors, coworkers, even people we encounter in our daily travels—CHOC is a common bond we all share. And being connected to CHOC means being connected to our physicians, nurses, Associates, volunteers and supporters who are dedicated to bringing world-class pediatric care to our community.
Message from Kim Cripe, CEO
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 02:26:19 GMT
You are undoubtedly aware that CHOC Children’s has entered one of the most dynamic and exciting eras in our organization’s 48-year history. The state of-the-art CHOC South Tower will open to patients in spring of 2013, with a number of pediatric-specialized programs and services that will be new to our hospital. As we prepare to unveil the outstanding new facilities that will house these programs, we recognize that fostering innovation, discovery and advancement in quality and safety of care, while continuing to build alignment with our physician and community partners, will be essential to offering the world-class pediatric our patients and families deserve.
A Message from Graig Eastin
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:45:11 GMT
Your belief in the work we do helps us achieve the extraordinary. The CHOC Children’s Foundation is profoundly grateful for the support we have received from our donors and community during the past four years of our campaign, “Change CHOC, Change the World”. To date, more than 160,000 donors have provided the resources necessary to construct the new tower and to support patient and family programs, research, and endowments that strengthen our Institutes and patient care services at CHOC Children’s.
Continuing Walt’s Legacy
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:39:16 GMT
Years before she even thought of having a family, Bev Kavanagh was a member of the CHOC Glass Slipper Guild. At fundraising events, she listened to mothers give testimonials about the care their children had received at CHOC Children’s. Their stories were so moving, Bev often found herself in tears—never thinking she’d become one of them.
Real Answers For Teens With Cancer
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:36:34 GMT
CHOC Children’s Straight Talk offers real answers for Adolescents and Young Adult (AYA) patients with tough questions. The only website of its kind in the United States, Straight Talk serves up information in a mobile-friendly, question and answer format.
Cancer Patient To Caregiver.
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:30:39 GMT
Just one month before starting her senior year of high school, Kim Sladek was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Despite the devastating diagnosis, Kim remained optimistic during 26 months of chemotherapy at CHOC Children’s. She also made plans.
Now Cancer Has Nowhere To Hide
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:26:22 GMT
The latest super weapon in the fight against cancer, genomic medicine, literally leaves cancer no place to hide. this cutting-edge technology analyzes and develops individual tumor profiles for patients whose cancer has returned. Oncologists may use this additional genomic data to identify existing treatments or develop new ones
One For the Books
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:21:03 GMT
When Madison Vazquez was born last November, Dr. Khoury and his team were ready and waiting. Dr. Khoury used tiny, minimally invasive instruments to drain accumulated fluid that appeared to explain the abnormal images on the ultrasound. But he sensed there was more to the picture. He decided to look further.
Orange County Mom Goes Grassroots
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 05:08:55 GMT
Marnie Sugden first heard about the Guilds of CHOC during one of her daughter’s regular appointments at the hospital. The Glass slipper Guild is a passionate and dedicated group of local women from coastal orange county— who work together to support cHoc children’s by raising awareness, and funds, in their community.
Finally, A Family.
Wed, 02 Jan 2013 04:42:18 GMT
After years of trying to start a family, Breanne and Kristopher Kessler were ecstatic to learn they were expecting twins. But when Breanne was only 30 weeks pregnant, something went terribly wrong. She was in unbearable, excruciating pain.
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