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After baby Bellamy suffered a brachial plexus injury caused by shoulder dystocia during birth, his family came to the experts at Children's Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery team for a solution.
When a flat spot on Eli's head resulted in a torticollis and plagiocephaly diagnosis, his parents turned to Children's Helmet Clinic and Plastics & Reconstructive Surgery team for a custom solution to give their baby a positive outcome.
With viruses like RSV and COVID-19 being prominent this year, more guidance might be needed on how to keep children healthy during the winter months.
In collaboration with the Mental Health Innovation Foundation, the Behavioral Health & Wellness Center will be located at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, creating a campus with continuum of mental and physical care for children and teens.
Children’s Hospital & Medical Center has been selected as one of 16 recipients nationwide for the Preventing Youth Suicide: A Cardinal Health Foundation National Collaborative grant, totaling $100,000 over two years.
$2 Million Gift Donated to Strengthen Local Nursing Talent Pipeline, Future of Pediatric Nursing at Children’s
The Dr. Wayne & Eileen A. Ryan Foundation makes transformational $2 Million gift to Children’s to expand the Student-to-Nurse Pediatric Sponsorship Program
Children's is hiring for both clinical and non-clinical positions.
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