Matthew suffered a traumatic brain injury and a collapsed lung after being involved in a car accident that took his little brother's life. Today, Matthew continues to push himself in outpatient physical therapy and plans to return to playing baseball to honor his brother’s love of sports.
Imagine a place where being different is the norm and where challenges become triumphs. Every summer, we partner with Camp Twin Lakes to host camps for kids with unique medical and physical needs. This year, we especially need male counselors! Learn about volunteering:
With help from Lorenzo, our honorary construction project manager, we’re thrilled to announce plans for the expansion of Children’s! Not only are we investing in existing facilities, we’re also planning a 45-acre North Druid Hills Campus that will be home to a new hospital and the Center for Advanced Pediatrics. This expansion will allow us to provide even more access to specialized care for... View details ⇨
Know someone who’s taken a sick day from school or work lately? You’re not alone. With flu, norovirus and other germs lurking in plain sight, take note of rarely cleaned surfaces that may be putting you or your child at risk for infection—and wash those hands!
Born at just 27 weeks with hydrocephalus, Lars spent much of his first year of life in the hospital, even battling a heart attack. Today, he is a happy 3-year-old who loves playing outside and singing!
When you're a 9-year-old, mega Atlanta Braves fan, it doesn't get much better than a surprise visit from Freddie Freeman—except maybe when he gives you a sneak peek at a new play area featuring a zip line, climbing tower and batting cages.