Give a Meaningful Gift this Holiday Season
There are many ways you can spread holiday joy to CHOC patients this year and support the thousands of children and teens who rely on CHOC each day for quality healthcare.

Illness or injury shouldn't put childhood on pause.

At CHOC, Long Live Childhood is our mantra. It is our rallying cry. We live it. We breathe it. We practice it. Every day. In every way. That’s why we’ve assembled a mighty brigade of pediatric experts, premier facilities and generous donors dedicated to giving kids the best chance of growing into healthy and happy adults.
 

Telehealth appointments
Call our Patient Access Center at 888-770-2462 or your primary care office.


A World-Class Destination for Children’s Health

Girl underwater in pool with pink goggles

We know you are the ultimate protector of your children’s health. That’s why we partner with you in 16 convenient locations throughout Southern California to help you keep them healthy.


Smiling girl hanging upside down

Illness or injury is scary, especially when it comes to your kids. By choosing world-class healthcare experts, your kids receive treatments & services in facilities designed especially for them.


Sad girl wearing headphones staring out car window

1 in 5 young people in the U.S. has a mental health disorder. We believe mental health is just as important as physical health. That’s why CHOC is leading the charge to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.


CHOC Health Topics

Little girl smiles while holding medication with a glass of water besides her.

In this guide, Dr. Ericka Hong, a pediatrician, helps explain the differences between acetaminophen and ibuprofen and how parents can administer it safely.

CHOC logo  CHOC Health

Boy pulls mask down to use inhaler

A CHOC pediatrician answers questions about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids with asthma.

CHOC logo  CHOC Health

holiday food table with hands of family filling their plate

For a child or teen with an eating disorder, the holidays can bring mixed feelings. CHOC psychologists offer ways for parents to help.

CHOC logo  CHOC Health