Jason Williams, RN, has devoted his 18-year nursing career to CHOC Children’s, with nearly all that time in pre-op and PACU. He loved working in those areas, but couldn't pass up on the opportunity to pursue his passion for mental health.
A veteran neonatal nurse, Eva Esmaeili recently earned her master’s degree in nursing, while caring for her family and working full time. In this Q &A, she shares what inspired her to return to school, and offers insight to others who may be considering a similar path.
CHOC offers residency and fellowship programs for nurses interested in pediatrics. Each program receives 500 applications.
CHOC senior recruiter Isacc Leija offers four easy tips to help job candidates ace their next interviews.
CHOC senior recruiter Isacc Leija provides tips on how to use the STAR technique to deliver a successful interview.
Caring for the smallest of patients in a hospital takes specialized training and a unique skillset. In this Q & A, a NICU nurse tells more.
Physicians wishing to participate in strategic planning must learn to work with hospital executives. Open communications is key.
Addressing childhood hunger, reducing waste and sustaining resources motivated CHOC to explore a partnership with a local food bank.
The right strategic alliance results in a team that’s greater than the sum of its parts. Conversely, a mismatch can be a disaster for both parties.
The level of care and attention provided at CHOC Children's can transcend pediatric health care and would serve well any business – and their customers.
We all know the value of brand trust. Loyalty, respect and trust come if we regularly meet – or exceed – our customers’ expectations.