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25 Years of Changing Lives, One Book at a Time

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Twins Tamairra and Tiairra were infants when Trude Haecker, MD, now Medical Director of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Reach Out and Read program, gave the girls their first book. Until that moment, their mother, Tamia, was unaware of the importance of reading to her children.

I Love You

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A CHOP Cares Community Grant provides one family a communication bridge.

Picture This!

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Colorful murals inspire creative and educational moments in primary care exam rooms.

A Day in the Life to Realize the Hope of Science

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Let’s say you would like to be Chief Scientific Officer and Executive Vice President at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Here are just a few things you will need: a keen intellect, a sterling CV distinguished by the highest levels of clinical and research achievement, a vision for how CHOP can lead the next great advances in pediatric science, and stamina. Lots of it.

A Day in the Life

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Erin Gallagher, MA, BC-DMT, has worked in the Creative Arts Therapy Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia since 2017. A dance/movement therapist, Erin supports patient health and healing through creative movement-based interventions that encourage mind-body connection. This is a day in her life.

Leading the Way in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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In 2020, Gilbert Davis, MHA, was named CHOP’s first Chief Diversity Officer to provide vision and oversight for the hospital’s diversity strategy. He spoke to us about why diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are CHOP priorities.