Before birth, Stella was diagnosed with bronchopulmonary sequestration (BPS). At 5 months old she had surgery to remove the mass, and today she's thriving.
Rosie credits CHOC Children's for giving her premature babies, Clarissa and David, the opportunity to live healthy, productive lives.
Despite her happy disposition, Rylee had a big roadblock: frequent seizures. Six months past her epilepsy surgery, she hasn't had a single seizure.
The CHOC Children's Breathmobile celebrates 15 years of service to the community. As the only mobile asthma clinic dedicated to serving preschool and school-aged children in Orange County, this important resource removes barriers for children and their families who may be unable to access preventive asthma care.
When Noah was born last May, his parents Lauren and John were expecting a healthy baby boy. They were shocked to learn that prenatal ultrasounds had missed several heart defects. Lauren, a CHOC Children's occupational therapist, knew that CHOC was the right place to care for him.