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Thanks to Sunshine on a Ranney Day, nine of our sleep rooms at Egleston were redesigned so families can rest in a beautiful space while their child is being treated.
After four rounds of chemo and one successful surgery, little Reese—with help from Mom and Dad—walked out of the hospital tumor-free, just in time for Christmas.
Things you see in a Children's hospital: Santa teaming up with Atlanta Falcons players to sing bedside holiday carols.
When your sister's getting ready for an X-ray and you take your big brother duties very seriously.
As our first in-hospital therapy dog, Casper has helped thousands of kids get back on their feet. Now those kids are helping him overcome a stroke that greatly weakened his left side. With lots of support from our community—and love at his ninth birthday party—this sweet boy is working hard to power through his own rehab. You got this, Casper!
Keep an eye out for quarterback Matt Ryan's Children's-inspired cleats in today's Atlanta Falcons game against Kansas City.
Our brand new Hope and Will balloons are floating down Peachtree Street in the Children's Christmas Parade led by our Grand Marshals from Camp Braveheart's Cabin 10.
This sweet story from the AJC offers a closer look at Tidings, the new therapy dog in our PICU.

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's new therapy dog

Over the past few months, our construction wall has transformed into a space for patient autographs, encouraging messages and rallying cries. This week, 20-year-old Muna, who is back in for cancer treatment, used her talents to create one unifying message.
A mobile spa took over Scottish Rite thanks to the wives of Atlanta Falcons players. With Sarah Ryan tackling manicures and others leading make-up and hair stations, patients—including Adriana who was recovering from appendectomy surgery—enjoyed a day of pampering.
When our flight team gets a call, they set out to bring a child to one of our hospitals as quickly and safely as possible. Special helmets protect them and enable them to communicate with air traffic control, the patient's medical team and the patient’s family. The time has come to update the team's helmets. This #GivingTuesday, we’re asking our Facebook friends for support. Whether it's $5 or...
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Following months of excessive thirst and rapid weight loss, 9-year-old Adalynn was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Just two months later, she’s perfected pricking her own finger and giving herself shots. Never underestimate the strength of a T1D kid.
At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3, the largest holiday parade in the Southeast will once again transform Peachtree Street with festive floats, marching bands, giant balloons and one-of-a-kind performances. Join us in midtown Atlanta or watch it live on WSB-TV!
From our family to yours, happy Thanksgiving!
On this eve of Thanksgiving, we give thanks to our staff for the big and little things they do for kids every day of the year. Help us celebrate our people—nurses, doctors, therapists and everyone in between—by sharing how they've impacted your family using the comment thread below (photos welcome)!
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we tracked down the people who inspired you to say nice things on our Facebook page. The internet isn't always kind, but this video shines a light on the people who seek to make the world a better place. Nice people, this one's for you!
The warriors in our Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center are ABC World News Tonight's "very little and inspiring" Persons of the Week!
Our in-hospital version of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade means kid-designed floats and a pint-sized grand marshal.
Pupdate: On #GivingTuesday last year, we asked our Facebook family to support our Canines for Kids program. With your generous support, the program has grown to include 12 full-time therapy dogs. Today we give thanks to everyone who donated and proudly introduce Tidings, the newest member of our PICU team!
If you’ve stepped outside recently, you’ve seen the haze of wildfire smoke that has our city under a code red smog alert. With air conditions expected to worsen this week, help protect your family—particularly children, older adults and people with heart and lung conditions—with these tips.