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CHOC Children's
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CHOC enjoyed some special visitors today. Check out the fun on Snapchat (username chocchildrens).
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CHOC is the only children's hospital on the West Coast named a Top Hospital for safe, quality care by Leapfrog Group.

CHOC Named One of the Nation's Safest Children's Hospitals

CHOC Children's
12/05/2016 at 17:29. Facebook
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Here's a vote everyone can agree on. Now through Dec. 20, please vote for CHOC to help us receive a generous donation from our local credit unions. You and your friends can vote for CHOC each day - it's that easy. Please share! #voteForMiracles

Vote For Miracles

CHOC Children's
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Ava is an 11-year-old CHOC patient living with diabetes. She shares her story - and advice for other kids - on our blog.

Living with Diabetes: One Child’s Perspective

CHOC Children's
12/01/2016 at 21:47. Facebook
On behalf of Ryan and and his family, thank you to all who followed his journey. For more details on this little fighter, read our blog.

Inside the Small Baby Unit: Ryan’s Story - CHOC Children's Blog

CHOC Children's
11/30/2016 at 20:32. Facebook
As Prematurity Awareness Month comes to a close today, here's the final photo following Ryan's journey in our Small Baby Unit. He's now doing well at home, and receives oxygen treatment and undergoes physical therapy twice a week. "Ryan has taught us so much through this journey. And we are grateful that CHOC staff was with us every step of the way,” his mom Danielle says.
Today is the day - Giving Tuesday. The CHOC family would be so grateful for any support you are able to provide, helping us get kids home to their families.

Help us get kids home for the holidays

Here's Ryan posing with some of the clinicians who helped care for him during his time at CHOC. In the Small Baby Unit, staff members are a specially trained team dedicated to the care of extremely low birth weight infants. It takes a village of doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers and many others to care for these babies, and send them home with the best possible outcomes.
The savings you gain today on Black Friday could be used to benefit CHOC on Giving Tuesday.
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!
This is a big moment as we look back on Ryan's journey in our Small Baby Unit. Here he is receiving his first feed by mouth. To many, this might seem commonplace, but for a baby born as early and as small as Ryan, eating by mouth is a big accomplishment. A team of registered dietitians continuously monitor the growth and development of SBU babies to ensure they are receiving the correct...
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CHOC physicians, staff and volunteers have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. Read our blog for their inspiring words.

CHOC Children's Physicians, Staff Offer Thanks

The Flores family is planning a big celebration. Read this blog to find out why.

After Years of Seizures, Overcoming Epilepsy

Today, on World Prematurity Day, and always, we are inspired by our brave little fighters, their loving families, and the doctors, nurses and staff who work so hard to get them home.
Hockey in the hospital? Thanks to our friends at the Anaheim Ducks and The Rinks for bringing the beloved sport to CHOC as part of our fitness initiative.
As we look back on Ryan's journey in our Small Baby Unit, here's our brave little fighter at 2 months old. He's come along way from his birth weight at just over 2 pounds, hasn't he? Continue to follow his journey here all month long.
Monday's inspiration brought to you by these amazing graduates of our Small Baby Unit. Watch this short video for breathtaking before-and-after photos.
Ian, who recently learned to ride a bike and got to enjoy his first family vacation, is seizure-free, thanks to his CHOC doctors and ROSA the Robot.

Seizure-Free at Five, Thanks to Epilepsy Surgery and ROSA Robot