In celebration of Doctor's Day, we asked a few of our physicians what's the funniest thing a patient has ever told you?
Alexandria's son was diagnosed at three weeks old with Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and hospitalized at six weeks. Learn the dangers of RSV.
On International Women’s Day, meet a few of our female physician and hospital leaders, who offer insight to women seeking to pursue careers in medicine.
The CHOC Follies has become one of Orange County’s most popular fund and friend-raising events. The cast and crew raise needed funds for CHOC Children’s.
Meet Ryden, a brave warrior who's endured three heart surgeries at CHOC Children's Hospital. His mom Kayleen shares his story in honor of heart month.
Daniel was just 13 when Dr. Richard Gates performed surgery on his heart at CHOC Children's. Eight years later Daniel returned to CHOC as a security officer.
Lauren's arrhythmia has been repaired and her quality of life dramatically improved thanks to emerging technology and the skill of a CHOC cardiologist.
CHOC Children’s wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Today, meet Dr. Christine Bixby, a neonatologist.
CHOC Children’s wants its patients and families to get to know its specialists. Meet Dr. Mary Jane Piroutek, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist.
Eleven-year-old Ava has Type 1 diabetes. She shares her experience being diagnosed as a young child, and offers tips for kids with Type 1 diabetes.