In April, the Office of Community Impact officially welcomed John William Chin as the new CHOP Cares Community Advisory Board Chair. He has served on CHOP Cares Community Advisory Board for the past three years.
CHOP partnered with the Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council to host its first matchmaker event targeted towards construction, facilities and building trades. The virtual event offered attendees the opportunity to learn more about CHOP, our supplier diversity program, future bid opportunities, and to meet with CHOP’s senior leaders, facilities and construction teams.
Each year, sudden cardiac arrest occurs in 23,000 children and youth across the US. With the help of Youth Heart Watch and a partnership with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, children and others who suffer sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in a Philadelphia recreation center have a much better chance of survival.
In 2021, CHOP’s pediatric residency program received CHOP Cares Community Grant funding through the Office of Community Impact to support their project, FosteRx: Empowering Foster Families with Comprehensive Health Information.
Dianne Motil started her CHOP career four years ago as a registered nurse in Primary Care, and throughout the years has transferred and now works in the PICU/Onco Unit at Middleman Family Pavilion in King of Prussia.