Miranda woke up screaming in the middle of the night from unbearable head pain. She couldn’t move or recognize her parents, & then collapsed.
CHOC Walk in the Park 2017: Why I Walk – Team Brave Boyle
Lizzie Boyle is mom to CHOC patient and cancer warrior Ella, age 6 and serves as team caption for CHOC Walk’s Team Brave Boyle
Landon’s life-saving jejunal atresia surgery
Despite genetic tests and a healthy pregnancy, Lizette’s baby was born with jejunal atresia, and underwent surgery at CHOC.
Child Life Supports Family on Hospital Journey
Aliyah had to undergo brain surgery. Her family was supported by the entire care team, which included child life specialists.
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.
Heart Month: Ryden’s Story
Meet Ryden, a brave warrior who’s endured three heart surgeries at CHOC Hospital. His mom Kayleen shares his story in honor of heart month.
CHOC Heart Surgery Patient Joins Security Team
Daniel was just 13 when Dr. Gates performed surgery on his heart at CHOC. 8 years later Daniel returned to CHOC as a security officer.
Electrophysiology Advances Restore Patient’s Quality of Life
Lauren’s arrhythmia has been repaired and her quality of life dramatically improved thanks to technology and a CHOC cardiologist.
Inside the Small Baby Unit: Ryan’s story
Meet Ryan, a graduate of CHOC Small Baby Unit, a place for premature babies born at less than 28 weeks or weighing less than 1,000 grams.