As CHOC Mission celebrates its 25th anniversary this month, Maureen is among a special group of employees who have been with the hospital since day one. She joined the CHOC Children’s health system in 1991.
Years ago, when Nora Higa was settling on a career, her main interest was helping people. She found that and more as a nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit at CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital.
Acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States. Although it is more common in teenagers, it can affect people of all ages.
One of the best parts of Susan Patcha’s job as a CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital nurse is watching parents leave the neonatal intensive care unit with their healthy new baby.
Today, we salute our outstanding physicians, nurses, associates and volunteers at CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital for providing 25 years of compassionate, world-class care to South Orange County families.