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.
A CHOC Children's physical therapist shows what an aquatic therapy session is like. Having physical therapy in water can help children improve strength, flexibility and endurance.
Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Anthony McCanta discusses the latest advances in pacemakers, and treating your child’s heart arrhythmia with a minimally invasive, leadless pacemaker.
An educational dinner for clinicians and families. Infantile spasms should be considered a medical emergency due to the potentially devastating consequences on the developing brain.
CHOC’s AYA Cancer program treats more than cancer. Watch how this unique program helped our patients thrive.
CHOC’s AYA Cancer program treats more than cancer—it provides a community of support for young people to thrive.
On Oct. 5, 1964, CHOC opened its doors. Decades later, we have evolved from a children’s hospital to a pediatric health system dedicated to exceptional and innovative care.
Aliza Riba, epilepsy surgery coordinator at CHOC Children's, explains the process that families will go through when their child has epilepsy surgery at CHOC.
CHOC Children’s is dedicated to being an employer of choice. Learn more in this video featuring a special message from President and CEO Kimberly Chavalas Cripe.
CHOC Children’s President and CEO Kimberly Chavalas Cripe shares a special message for patients and family members.
In this CHOC Children’s video, learn how to perform cancer rehabilitation exercises while in the hospital to maintain function and range of motion.
In this CHOC Children’s video, learn how to perform cancer rehabilitation home exercises to maintain function and range of motion. These exercises are designed for teens and young adults ages 13 and up.
In this CHOC Children’s video, learn how to perform cancer rehabilitation home exercises to maintain function and range of motion. These exercises are designed for children ages 2 to 12.
Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Anthony McCanta discusses different treatment options for your child’s heart arrhythmia, including electrophysiology ablation and intracardiac echocardiogram.
Dr. Maryam Gholizadeh, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses the causes, diagnosis and treatment for omphalocele.
Dr. Maryam Gholizadeh, CHOC pediatric surgeon, discusses the causes, diagnosis and treatment for gastroschisis.
Pediatric oncologist Dr. Steven Neudorf discusses why a child or teen might need a blood or bone marrow transplant, what it is and how it is done.
Pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Mark Daniels explains Turner Syndrome in children and teens and how it is treated.
Pacific Coast Fetal Cardiology Symposium, recorded in Newport Beach, CA, Friday, April 28 - Saturday, April 29, 2017.
Pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Mitchell Katz explains gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) in children and teens, how it is diagnosed and treatments.
Pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Mitchell Katz discusses when a child needs a feeding program and the types of treatments available to overcome feeding problems.
Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Nita Doshi discusses heart murmurs in children and teens, and when to see a cardiologist.
Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Nita Doshi explains when and how to have your unborn baby’s heart evaluated in a high-risk pregnancy, or for a suspected abnormality.