As CHOC and other healthcare facilities adapt to the fluid environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic, and national, state and local recommendations and guidelines continue to change, we want you to know that we are open and have the following resources to help provide the safest care:
- Telehealth appointments are available. Learn more about this service and visit our telehealth resources for providers.
- Visit our NEW online referral portal and learn more about our easy referral process.
- Our free nurse line, 1-844-GET-CHOC, is available for parents who have questions about their child’s health.
- If your patients’ families have recently lost or do not have medical insurance, they can call the CHOC Family Financial Resource Center at 714-509-8600.
A former CHOC patient born with imperforate anus offers support to families as the Colorectal and Urogenital Program grows.
CHOC researchers seek to study the role of Tregs in whether pediatric leukemia patients treated with CAR T-cell therapy experience a relapse.
CHOC is pioneering surgical approaches to patellofemoral instability and patellar dislocation, as well as postsurgical pain mitigation.
The world’s leading neonatologists who want to learn more about the newborn brain will gather at NeoBrain: An Interactive Educational Forum.
The recent PEDS2040 conference brought together medical staff and leaders to collaborate on innovation in pediatric healthcare.
A CHOC expert discusses the frequency and risk of diagnostic errors in pediatric medicine, and discusses processes to prevent them.