The moment I’ve been awaiting for nearly a year now is just days away: Oct. 5, CHOC Children’s 50th anniversary. I hope you will join me in celebrating.
One of the most fun CHOC Children’s events is the CHOC Walk in the Park, and I want to thank all the folks who have participated through the years.
I had no idea that I’d meet so many cool people and see so much fun stuff on my gratitude tour. Look back at my posts to see how I've spent the year so far.
CHOC Children’s has been lucky to have a longstanding relationship with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that dates back to the hospital's early days.
Under CHOC’s breast milk donation service, nursing moms donate their extra breast milk in the name of CHOC to help premature and sick babies.
CHOC is committed to clinical research and understanding the mysteries behind childhood diseases. Today's research will affect patients for years to come.
Big changes have happened in surgical services at CHOC since it opened 50 years ago.
Many versions of Choco Bear have been featured at CHOC, but one of the most special is the original drawing created by Disney artist, Bob Moore.
Muscular dystrophy hasn't kept brothers Ian and Micah Rogers from earning big accomplishments. Learn their story and how CHOC gave them bright futures.
Community physicians play an integral role in CHOC Children’s mission to nurture, advance and protect the health and well being of children.