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Pediatric Surgeon Mustafa Kabeer, MD, tells us why CHOC Children's is a great place to work and why he chose pediatrics as his specialty.
Dr. Gary Goodman shares that he wanted to become a doctor for a long time and when he specifically decided to enter the field of pediatric medicine.
From her experiences as a child, Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann reveals to us why she decided to become a pediatrician.
In this segment of American Health Journal, Katherine Andreeff, MD, talks about bacterial and viral infections and their differences.
Dr. Paul Lubinsky, Associate Director of the PICU at CHOC Children’s, speaks to the reasons why children snore & treatments that are available for snoring.
Dr. Paul Lubinsky and Michelle Lubahn share their insight into drowning, which is the second leading cause of unintentional related injury related deaths.
St. Joseph Hoag Health and CHOC Children’s will form an accountable care organization (ACO), bringing together outstanding health care providers throughout Orange County.
Keynote Speakers to include Dr. Betty Ferrell, Dr. Glen Komatsu, and Gay Walker, RN
RDs In Practice - August 12, 2015
The project will create 36 private patient rooms with amenities to allow parents and guardians to comfortably stay overnight with their babies at CHOC.
William, Jeff and Jennifer Gross Family Foundation donates $2 million to CHOC’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
The William, Jeff and Jennifer Gross Foundation has donated $2 million to CHOC's NICU, bringing its support of CHOC’s neonatal services to $7 million.
CHOC Children's Hospital was one of only 12 facilities in the state to be recognized for providing quality care to high-risk infants.
CHOC Mission, housed on the fifth floor of Mission Hospital, CHOC’s world-class team treats everything from asthma attacks to injuries resulting from serious accidents.
Our healthcare system has historically been fragmented, with physical and mental health treatments being compartmentalized.
CHOC is one of only 12 children's hospitals in the nation and two in the state to earn the Leapfrog Top Hospital award for providing the safest, highest quality care.
Palliative care in infants and children is a critical and evolving field. Teaching and practicing require a distinctive mix of teaching methodology and tools.
Kay Warren stressed the need to end the stigma of mental illness, during the Orange County Forum on Tuesday. “We can’t fight this battle alone,” she said. “All of us – mental health providers, government agencies, leaders and faith groups – need to work together as a community.”
Palliative care in infants and children is a critical and evolving field - Speakers: Dr. Sirisha Perugu, CHOC Children’s neonatologist, and Meg Mohr, FNP-BC, MSN, coordinator of CHOC’s pediatric advanced care team
Learn about the new patient care tower at CHOC and how it is an integral part of pediatric healthcare in Southern California and critical to the community.
While our current NICU services are among the best in the country, we can do more. Our goal is to expand the NICU to better meet the growing demand for our services in a technologically advanced setting that can handle the most critically ill babies.
Caring for the smallest of patients in a hospital takes specialized training and a unique skillset. In this Q & A, a NICU nurse tells more.
CHOC offers residency and fellowship programs for nurses interested in pediatrics. Each program receives 500 applications.
Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) encompasses the physical, cognitive and mental health issues affecting survivors of critical illness.
The right strategic alliance results in a team that’s greater than the sum of its parts. Conversely, a mismatch can be a disaster for both parties.
We all know the value of brand trust. Loyalty, respect and trust come if we regularly meet – or exceed – our customers’ expectations.