Kids these days are busy, but it’s important for them to have downtime to use their imagination, too. CHOC Children’s experts are here to help families find a healthy balance.
When an accident happens, CHOC Children’s is ready, with the region’s only dedicated emergency room just for kids.
She was really early at birth – and it's the only time she’s ever been early since. CHOC Children’s has the specialists needed to care for premature babies born as early as 24 weeks.
Shown at CHOC Foundation Gala, shows how CHOC is different than most hospitals. We believe in the healing power of play. CHOC is a place where kids can still be kids, even while undergoing treatment.
The CHOC Children's Emergency Department is Orange County's only designated Pediatric Trauma Center, equipped and ready to care for children with any illness or injury, 24 hours a day.
A CHOC emergency department charge nurse demonstrates how to perform the heimlich maneuver on both a child and infant, and describes the signs of choking.
The CHOC Follies 2014 musical production "Chocton Abbey" features many talented Orange County residents singing and dancing to raise funds for CHOC Children’s.
James Korb M.D., Director of Academic Affairs at CHOC Children's, talks about the different physician roles in a teaching hospital and the residency program.
A CHOC Children's clinical nurse specialist offers five quick tips to help parents calm a fussy baby.
Our Associates were asked to talk about what they love about CHOC and to give these shout outs in honor of our 50th Anniversary celebration.
Concussions in children can cause lingering symptoms. Drs. Sharief Taraman and Jonathan Romain explain what happens to the brain after a concussion.
Dr. Paul Lubinsky and Michelle Lubahn share their insight into drowning, which is the second leading cause of unintentional related injury related deaths.
Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann speaks on safeguarding prescription drugs in the home where children are critical & explains the dangers of prescribed drugs.
Dr. Anjan Batra, CHOC Children's, speaks about heart conditions and preventive measures that can be taken to prevent sudden cardiac death in young athletes.
Dr. Nguyen Pham tells us that food, coins, and toys are the primary causes of choking for a child.
Dr. John Schlechter & Mollee Smith speak about preventive measures that can be taken to prevent injuries while taking part in sports & physicial activities.
Patients and staff at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC groove to Lady Antebellum's "Compass" and show how they let their hearts be their compasses.
For many years, the Anaheim Ducks have supported CHOC, naming us the “official hospital of the Honda Center and Anaheim Ducks” in 2006.
Cancer survivor Shelby Sacchette’s bright future involves a world where there’s a cure for all skin cancers.
CHOC has built one of the most advanced children's hospitals in the world, and is defining the shape of things to come.
AJ Vandermade’s bright future involves helping people whenever they need it, just like his mom who happens to be a nurse at CHOC.
Zeven Addison sees his bright future through the lens of a video camera. He wants to get into the movies because of the “endless possibilities”.
5 year old Matia Ornelas sees her bright future in color, as a teacher who will show kids how to paint and draw.
Quinn and Mekell Lybbert explain how CHOC's feeding program changed life for their son Pacer, a feeding program graduate, and their entire family.
Dr. Jason Toranto speaks about Pierre Robin sequence, a condition in which an infant has a facial abnormality that causes difficulty in breathing & surgery.