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Building Hope

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If you've visited CHOP's Main Hospital recently, you may have noticed a giant structure of steel beams rising across the street. In 2015, CHOP will open the doors on the nation’s most state-of-the-art pediatric outpatient care facility: the Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care.

Historic Generosity

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Historic Generosity

Reid Buerger sat down with his wife, Krista, his parents, Connie and Alan, and his brother, Grant, to suggest they donate $50 million to help The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia build a revolutionary new medical facility.

Radiology: When Less Is More

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Radiology: When Less is More

Whether a patient needs to turn to radiology frequently or just once, less radiation is always better. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers more low-dose imaging options than any other hospital in the region.

The Sound of Success

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The Sound of Success

CHOP's Center for Childhood Communication will move to the Buerger Center in 2015. The new expanded space will allow CHOP to help more children with hearing and speech issues.

Smoothing the Road to Recovery

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Smoothing the Road to Recovery

For patients with complex or ongoing conditions, care coordination between multiple outpatient clinics will become more convenient at the new Buerger Center, where these specialties will share space.

2013 Cancer Center Stewardship Report

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In the latest report from CHOP’s Cancer Center, we highlight some of the ways our clinicians — and philanthropic partners — are breaking new ground in care and treatment for children with pediatric cancers.

2013 Cardiac Center Stewardship Report

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In the latest report from CHOP’s Cardiac Center, we highlight the expert care our team provides each year to thousands of children with heart problems. With the support of our philanthropic partners, we are no longer asking “Will this child live?” but “How well will he live?”


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