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James M. Cox Foundation awards $200,000 grant to CHOC Children's to pilot region's first pediatric psychiatric consultation access line.
Dr. Mary Zupanc is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in neurology and clinical Neurophysiology.
Our endocrine and diabetes program aims to prepare fellows for careers as leaders in clinical or academic medicine through an outstanding academic, professional, and collegial atmosphere.
CHOC offers inpatient and outpatient services and programs in more than 30 specialty areas, including four centers of excellence and institutes.
CHOC offers a comprehensive eating disorders program that includes adolescent medicine doctors, mental health professionals and specialized nutritionists.
Dr. Ying Peng is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in neurology and clinical Neurophysiology.
CHOC offers medical care to children who are gender non-conforming, have genetic variations in the X and Y chromosomes or differences in genital development
The UCI/CHOC Pediatric Urology Fellowship Program is a 2-year program preparing fellows to be leaders in research, science and clinics.
CHOC pediatric endocrinologists help diagnose Prader-Willi Syndrome early and manage the complications that come with it.
The University of California, Irvine and CHOC will accept applications through ERAS for the UCI/CHOC pediatric critical care fellowship program on July 15, 2020 for fellowship positions to start July 1, 2021.
The 3-year training program includes approximately 14 months of clinical training and 20 months of research experience.
CHOC is an extensive health system serving Orange County, California, and beyond with pediatric services ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
Negative body image is found in children of all ages, shapes and sizes! Discuss the definition of Body Image with your children.
Prescription and over-the-counter drug abuse by teens is the fastest-growing drug problem in the U.S. One of the most commonly abused drugs is oxycodone.
Dr. Fernandez is a board certified neurologist who treats kids with the full range of child neurologic disorders, neuromuscular diseases and seizures.
Seeing your child experience a febrile seizure can be scary, but unless they go on for five minutes or longer, they may not be life-threatening.
In this episode of CHOC Radio, Dr. Wayne Nguyen and Dr. Alexandra Roche discuss the warning signs of eating disorders.
Dr. Robin Steinberg-Epstein is a pediatric developmental and behaviorial physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County.
Dr Hong is board certified in pediatric pulmonology and is on staff at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Dr. Lerner is a pediatric developmental and behaviorial physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County.
Dr. Jonathan Romain, PhD, is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist who sees kids and teens at CHOC Hospital in Orange.
Approximately 150,000 children living in Orange County suffer from a diagnosable mental health condition - yet there are no psychiatric inpatient beds for patients under age 12 in local hospitals, insufficient beds for adolescents and very few outpatient programs.