For parents of children who need specialty care, CHOC’s growing Primary Care Network offers seamless integration with more than 30 specialty areas.
Dr. Peter Yu, a pediatric general and thoracic surgeon at CHOC, answers the most common questions he gets as a pediatric surgeon.
Despite the countless challenges brought on by 2020, the clinicians, staff and patients of CHOC have retained a sense of gratitude.
Dr. Joffre Olaya, a pediatric neurosurgeon at CHOC and medical advisor with Make-A-Wish Orange County and Inland Empire, reflects on 2020.
Here, a recent RN Residency Program graduate pens a letter to a patient she had the privilege of caring for during the RN Residency Program.
Dr. Lucy Morizio’s connection to orthopaedics began long before she joined CHOC as director of the Orthopaedic Institute.
This Thanksgiving, several CHOC leaders, clinicians and patients share what they are most thankful for this year.
In honor of Veterans Day, we asked the veterans among our mighty brigade to share how their history of service impacts their work at CHOC.
Before Maria was a CHOC employee, she was a CHOC mom. Her son had heart surgery at just 2 days old and spent 4 months at CHOC.