Reimagining Pediatric Care
As America's second largest pediatric hospital and research center, our doctors and scientists are developing cutting-edge treatments that save lives - innovations we share to help kids everywhere.
Where Passion Meets Purpose
Discover your passion for what’s possible in providing best outcomes for children. Join our team.
Advocate with Julia
Thank you, Julia, for sharing your journey from patient to advocate with the Today Show and for continuing to break stigmas surrounding children's mental health.
Measles Virus: Facts for Families
Measles is a highly contagious virus that spreads through the air from coughing and sneezing. It is a vaccine-preventable infection. Symptoms of measles usually occur one to two weeks after exposure to an infected individual.
Fitting a Person to a Bicycle: Keeping Kids Safe on Two Wheels
Warmer weather is finally here, so now is an ideal time to get the kids outside to burn some energy. Check out our tips for selecting the best bicycle for your family members.
Every Story Matters
“At a very young age, when I was asked, ‘What would you like to be when you grow up?’ my answer was always ‘To help people in the medical field.’ My mother passed away when I was a teenager and I took care of my younger brother. It was such a rewarding experience and that reinforced my desire to become a pediatric nurse and bring the same care to other children in need.”
“I’ve been in the mental health field coming up on 15 years and I’ve worked with a variety of patient populations but I think there’s something special about working with kids. They’re at a pivotal and vulnerable point in their life where you can really make a huge impact.”
“I was born with the bleeding disorder hemophilia and have been involved with medicine as a patient ever since. In the fourth grade, I shadowed my hematologist and decided that I wanted to become a pediatric hematologist/oncologist. Hemophilia has shaped my life. I want to pay it forward to the next generation of children with bleeding disorders.”