A cancer diagnosis is isolating for adolescents and young adults. But virtual reality at CHOC is restoring their sense of community.
CHOC’s very own Rayaan Kalhoro has earned top honors as the 2021 IHOP Kid Chef Champion for his submission called, “Caramel Apple à la Mode Pancakes,” which will appear on IHOP menus nationwide from Sept. 13 to Oct. 31, 2021.
A CHOC patient’s journey with autism.
As a part of CHOC’s commitment to developing a culture where everyone feels they belong and can truly be their authentic self, we’re honored to announce our first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. Learn more about Dr. Sharonne Herbert and CHOC’s new DEI initiatives in this Q&A. CHOC’s New DEI Officer Meet Dr. Sharonne Herbert, […]
Unable to manage her eating disorder at home, Suzette was brought into CHOC’s Eating Disorder inpatient center where she received the help and support she needed to overcome her health challenge.
Have you ever wondered if a past event could have turned out differently if you had additional knowledge, experience or tools? This is what Phil Martie, founder of Nicolette, contemplated after parenting premature twins requiring neonatal care. Phil’s newborn son and daughter, Bexley and Nicolette, were immediately admitted into a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). After 27 days in the NICU at a local community hospital, Phil and his wife decided to transfer their infants to CHOC. Unfortunately, Nicolette passed away on the day of her transfer, however, Bexley made it through a total of 110 days in a NICU and has grown into a healthy six-year-old.