Read about one family’s tragic experience with drowning and get tips to prevent children from drowning during the swimming season.
Recently, a new memorial wall was revealed in honor of Dr. Nick Anas, beloved physician-in-chief and pediatric critical care specialist.
The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses conferred a Beacon Award for Excellence in the PICU at CHOC for the third time.
Years ago, when Nora Higa was settling on a career, her main interest was helping people. She found that as a nurse in the PICU at CHOC.
At just 6 years old, Madison Morrison has earned the nickname “Miracle Maddy” after recovering from life-saving surgery at CHOC.
Growing up, Tony heard his mom Sam talk about her job at CHOC Hospital. Today, he is a CHOC nurse and gets to call his mom a colleague.
Gabbie started working towards her goal of becoming a critical care registered nurse when her daughter was two years old.
A registered nurse at CHOC shares how her own experience as a patient in a PICU inspired her to pursue a career as a PICU nurse.
When Katelyn entered the RN Residency Program at CHOC, she had no idea she would learn so much from her patients and her fellow nurses.