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Jan 06, 2014
Alumni notes from Winter 2014
Jan 01, 2014
In the latest report from CHOP’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, we highlight some of the ways our clinicians — and philanthropic partners — are giving hope to families coping with fragile pregnancies affected by birth defects.
Dec 19, 2013
Boredom is Edwina Smith’s enemy, and as child activity coordinator on the 9 South inpatient unit, she is good at chasing it away with her infectious enthusiasm and a playroom full of toys.
Twins Ayesha and Sufwan are patients in the Jeffrey Jay Weinberg Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. With the help of a child life specialist, they participate in fun, structured activities that help prepare them for treatment and distract them from the stresses of a long hospitalization.
The Department of Child Life, Education and Creative Arts Therapy helps children with emotional healing while clinicians treat their medical issues.
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.
Rescued from Haiti with numerous health problems, Bryon, 3, was fortunate to end up with a loving family living right in CHOP’s backyard.
An exciting new initiative at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is helping unlock the secrets of children’s DNA.
Louis Bell, MD, chief of the Division of General Pediatrics at CHOP shares the latest in medical thinking on an important topic: healthy eating.
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.