The Gomez family’s ties to CHOC run deep. Over the years, their CHOC doctors have become like family to them.
5-year-old Rayaan fights brain, spinal cord inflammation
When Rayann was 16 months old, he caught what seemed like a cold. Soon, he was in CHOC’s pediatric intensive care unit fighting for his life.
From CHOC Neurosurgery Parent to CHOC Chaplain
Five years ago, Steve’s daughter needed emergency neurosurgery at CHOC. Today, he’s back as the newest chaplain on the spiritual care team.
CHOC Recognized as Leader in Critical Care
CHOC has been recognized for its excellence in extracorporeal life support (ECLS), also known as extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
CHOC Walk in the Park 2017: Why I Walk – Team IronJax
Jaxson passed away after a drowning accident at a neighbor’s pool. His family participates in CHOC Walk every year to honor his memory.
How RSV changed the way I parent
Andre was diagnosed at three weeks old with Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and hospitalized at six weeks. Learn the dangers of RSV.
Why one mom is thankful for CHOC this year
A mom shares what she’s thankful for this holiday season: the health of her son Noah, and the strength of his complex care team at CHOC.
Volunteer Role Awakens Professional Calling
Meet Brianna, a registered nurse in CHOC’s pediatric intensive care unit, who started volunteering at CHOC when she was just 16 years old.
Meet Dr. Gary Goodman
CHOC wants its patients to get to know its specialists. Today, meet Dr. Gary Goodman, a pediatric critical care medicine specialist.