Esophageal atresia is a birth defect when the esophagus abnormally forms in two parts and food cannot get from the mouth to the stomach.
This event is part of a series of trainings for pediatricians on identifying, managing, and referring children with mental health disorders.
Recorded educational conference for general practitioners on common neurological concerns they may be approached with.
The annual CHOC Children’s Oncology Prom aims to make teen cancer patients’ dreams of attending their high school prom a reality.
Children and teens with hyperhidrosis have excessive sweating regardless of the environmental temperature and emotional factors.
Dr. Michael K. Wang, Pediatric Gastroenterology
Dr. Ashley Plant is a CHOC Children’s specialist in pediatric oncology with a clinical focus in pediatric neuro-oncology and immunotherapy.
An internationally-recognized expert in pediatric gastroenterology, Dr. Katz serves as director of CHOC Children’s Multidisciplinary Feeding Program, pediatric gastrointestinal lab services, and the division of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition.
Dr. Van Huynh is a CHOC Children’s Specialist in oncology. She is board certified in both general pediatrics and pediatric hematology-oncology.
Dr. Vyas is a board certified pediatric plastic surgeon who treats kids and adolescents at CHOC Children's.
At CHOC Children’s, Dr. Leis works closely with a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive care for her patients.
Dr. Colon is on staff at CHOC Children’s Hospital.
CHOC Children’s and Mission Hospital together provide the only Level II pediatric trauma center in South Orange County.
South County families have a children's hospital to call their own: CHOC Children's at Mission Hospital.
CHOC Children’s has the only Level 4 pediatric epilepsy center in Orange County, the highest rating available. We offer expert medication management, clinical trials, alternative treatments such as the ketogenic diet, and epilepsy surgery.
The endocrine system is a complex collection of hormone-producing glands that control basic body functions such as metabolism, growth and sexual development.
Conner had a bright future ahead of him until a football injury left him with ongoing pain and the inability to read and write properly.
Dr. Mary Zupanc explains the signs of epilepsy, the treatments available and when to seek a Level 4 pediatric epilepsy center.
Dr. Anas leaves an inspiring legacy. Thousands of young lives, across multiple generations, have forever been changed for the better because of him. We honor Dr. Anas by continuing his great work and commitment to excellence.
In this video, CHOC Children’s kicks off the campaign #HealthIsHealth which highlights the need for pediatric mental health services and the innovative programs CHOC offers to the community.
In the fall of 2015, CHOC Children’s began construction on a mental health center to address the county’s pediatric mental health crisis. It’s the first pediatric inpatient, mental health facility in Orange County for children 3 to 17 years old.
One out of five children suffers from a mental health condition. That’s more than 150,000 children in Orange County alone. Chances are someone you know, or even someone in your family, is affected.
The Cherese Mari Laulhere Foundation, whose mission is to provide funding and support to charitable organizations that enrich the lives of children and families, donated $5 million to endow the child life department at CHOC Children’s Hospital.
Our multidisciplinary faculty and nationally recognized leaders in the field as they share their expertise on the assessment and treatment of children with complex feeding disorders.
The Academic Day for Neonatologists is designed for clinical and academic neonatologists, neonatal fellows, NICU nurses and other allied healthcare professionals who care for the neonatal patient.