CHOC is the largest Brineura infusion center in the country and the second largest in the world to treat Batten disease, a rare neurological condition that affects children.
For parents of children who need specialty care on top of their typical visits with pediatricians, CHOC’s growing Primary Care Network offers seamless integration with more than 30 specialty areas.
Amy’s twin daughters were born at just 24 weeks, 3 days. They spent four months in CHOC’s NICU. Here’s her advice to other moms.
What is is like to be in the NICU during COVID-19? One mom of two recent CHOC NICU graduates shares her family’s story.
What do you do when your best friend loses their child? Spurred by the love and gratitude they felt for Hendrix, the couples banded together to create the BraveOnes Foundation.
Jasmine and Jennifer had heart surgery at CHOC when they were kids. Now, each of their kids are heart patients, too.
Parents of patients in the neonatal intensive care unit at CHOC Hospital now have at their fingertips new technology to help them better understand, track and analyze data showing their baby’s progress while receiving care.