Give a Gift
A gift of toys, games or activity supplies can make a big difference to children and families spending time in the hospital. Our donation process might look different due to COVID-19, but you can still drop off toys by Dec. 16 to support patient families.
Masking and Updated Visitor Guidelines
Effective Tuesday, May 19, patients are limited to one visitor for outpatient visits and procedures and two visitors for inpatient care. Inpatient visitors will undergo temperature screens.
All outpatient and inpatient visitors over the age of 2 will be provided a hospital-grade mask to wear for the duration of their visit.
Preparing Kids for COVID-19 Swabs
The COVID-19 swab is different from anything many of us have ever experienced, and advance preparation can help make the test less scary for kids. Here are some tips for parents.
Support Life-Saving Care This #GivingTuesday
This year has been unlike any other, but our mission remains the same: treat every child, regardless of their ability to pay. Help support our life-saving research and care.
Wear Your Support of Children’s Mental Health
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Every Story Matters
“I’ve always been interested in the body, because I think it’s a magnificent organ. Most importantly, when you’re given a body, you need to take care of it and understand that. It’s so magnificent.”
“Seeing how hard my staff work for our patients is truly a blessing. For the longest time, we were the only partial hospitalization level of care on the behavioral health service line. To see how families transition from all our levels of care down to a patient going off to college and being successful is a great feeling.”
“This is a scary time for kids and parents. I was scared too when the pandemic started! But we’ve learned how to protect ourselves from COVID-19 and how to keep families safe when they visit our urgent care centers and emergency department.”