Ashlie and her husband created CHOC Walk's Team Hope in honor of their son Noah, a graduate of CHOC's neonatal intensive care unit.
Monica grew up visiting her mom, a registered nurse at CHOC Children's, on lunch breaks. Inspired by her example, today she works alongside her.
In honor of Nurses Week, nursing leaders at CHOC Children's offer advice to the next generation of nurses, on pursuing their dreams in health care.
At age two, Caroline was at CHOC fighting cancer. Today, she's a registered nurse standing alongside CHOC patients as they fight their own battles.
CHOC's vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer pens a heartfelt thank you to the nursing staff in honor of Nurses Week at CHOC.
We asked a few members of our nursing staff to share what they love most about being nurses at CHOC Children's. Here's what they told us.
Despite genetic tests and a healthy pregnancy, Lizette's baby was born with jejunal atresia, and underwent surgery after being transported to CHOC.
Jack spent 39 years as a pediatrician including 20 as VP of Medical Affairs at an east coast hospital, before retiring and becoming a CHOC volunteer.
Aliyah was suddenly undergoing brain surgery. Her family was supported by the entire care team, which to their surprise included child life specialists.