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Spotlight On: Security

Published on in Children's View

Spotlight on Security

To most CHOP visitors, Security officers are the people in blue uniforms who greet you at the entrances and parking garages. But these 89 officers do so much more behind the scenes to keep patients safe.

A Complex Journey

Published on in Children's View

A Complex Journey

Rescued from Haiti with numerous health problems, Bryon, 3, was fortunate to end up with a loving family living right in CHOP’s backyard.

Into the Genetic Future

Published on in Children's View

Into the Genetic Future

An exciting new initiative at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is helping unlock the secrets of children’s DNA.

Child Life: The Smile Specialists

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The Smile Specialists

Being in the hospital can be no fun — until the Child Life, Education and Creative Arts Therapy Department shows up bearing toys, art supplies, musical instruments, video games and much more.

2013 GI, Hepatology and Nutrition Stewardship Report

Published on in Stewardship Reports

In the latest report from CHOP’s Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, we highlight the unrivaled care our clinicians provide and the groundbreaking research that is helping us better understand and treat children with liver and digestive disorders.

The Sound of Success

Published on in Children's View

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.

Magic Man

Published on in Children's View

Magic Man

When he was a child, magician Chad Juros was treated for leukemia at CHOP's Cancer Center. Today, he uses his talents, personal story and message of hope to give back to CHOP.


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