Stackleather joined CHOC Mission in 2015 as pediatric intensive care unit manager. She has severed as interim director, patient care services, for the last several months.
A photograph depicting a young patient in CHOC Children’s neonatal intensive care unit participating in a music therapy session has earned a spot in a national photo exhibit showcasing how children’s hospitals help kids thrive.
Anne Tanner, a veteran CHOC Children’s nursing leader, has been recognized for her commitment to innovation by a statewide professional association of her peers.
For the holiday season, Honda is using virtual reality to create a one-of-a-kind winter wonderland in “The Magic Snow Globe,” an interactive world personalized for CHOC Children's patients.
Bringing decades of digital marketing, storytelling and branding experience, Neiman will further CHOC’s efforts to engage patients and families, staff, community members and other audiences.
Corbin will create and lead an integrated advancement program to maximize philanthropic support for CHOC Children’s, Orange County’s only pediatric health care system.
CHOC Children’s has been named one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals by U.S. News & World Report based on, among many factors, patient outcomes.
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The Thompson Autism Center at CHOC Children’s will be devoted to evaluating children as early as possible to promote better outcomes; engaging children whose behaviors diminish quality of life for them and their families; and establishing a long-term support system for children with complex care needs
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CHOC Children’s has been awarded the Advisory Board 2018 Workplace of the Year Award. The annual award recognizes hospitals and health systems nationwide that have outstanding levels of employee engagement. CHOC is one of only 20 organizations to receive the award.
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The Center will provide Orange County’s first psychiatric inpatient beds for children younger than 12 and is centerpiece of CHOC’s pediatric mental health system of care.