CHOC wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Meet Dr. Alyssa Saiz, a postdoctoral fellow in pediatric psychology and neuropsychology.
Despite genetic tests and a healthy pregnancy, Lizette's baby was born with jejunal atresia, and underwent surgery after being transported to CHOC.
Pediatric anesthesiologists at CHOC Children’s, who lead your child’s surgery team, have compiled a list of questions commonly asked before surgery.
A photo road map showing key aspects of the patient and family journey through the Tidwell Procedure Center at CHOC Children’s Hospital.
Your child’s pediatric anesthesiologist is an important member of your child’s surgery team. Learn more about the safety of pediatric anesthesia.
Noticing a skin lump on a child can be scary and it’s easy to assume the worst. Fortunately, most skin lumps are benign and not a major cause for concern.
The Cherese Mari Laulhere Child Life Department at CHOC Children’s strives to normalize the hospital environment for our patients and families.
Three pediatric experts from CHOC Children's discuss the teen brain and offer advice for parents on how to better understand and connect with their teen.