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Children's Hospital Colorado has been named a 2014 "Most Wired" hospital by Hospitals and Health Networks (H&HN) magazine.
A former NICU family decided to give back to Children's Colorado by donating gift bags to current NICU families.
We're excited to announce that Children’s Hospital Colorado, in partnership with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) and Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation, opened a new state-of-the-art, 1,000- sq.-ft. multimedia broadcast studio named Seacrest Studios inside Children’s Colorado.
Children’s Colorado was named a Certified Duchenne Care Center by Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, an advocacy organization. Learn more.
We're excited to announce that U.S. News & World Report has ranked Children's Hospital Colorado No. 6 on their 2014-2015 Best Children's Hospital Honor Roll.
Nearly 20 years ago, Katie Beets was given less than a 1% chance of survival. Learn more about her story of survival and how she has graduated from college and started a new life.
Children’s Hospital Colorado and seven peer institutions have received a $7 million contract focused on boosting efficiency in health research.
Children’s Hospital Colorado, along with other Project SEARCH companies, are helping to provide employment opportunities to the more than 51,200 of young people in Colorado with disabilities.
This interview with Fox31 Denver features experts from Children’s Hospital Colorado who offer child safety advice.
Children's Hospital Colorado nurses threw patient Joshua (Junior) Montoya, who is waiting for a heart transplant, a superhero birthday party for his 5th birthday.
Read Caio's story of dealing with eosinophilic gastritis through childhood and now manages severe food allergies with medication and diet.
Read our 2013 annual report, “13 Truths from 2013,” with stories about the caregivers, patients and supporters who keep Children’s Colorado moving forward.
We're proud to announce that Children's Colorado was named one of the top workplaces in the state by The Denver Post in their annual ranking of large Colorado employers. Learn why.
Read about Dr. Hardin, who assumed the role of associate chief medical officer of Children’s Colorado at Memorial Hospital and Southern Colorado.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law a marijuana safe-packaging bill that enhances protection for kids with respect to marijuana edibles.
During the annual radiothon event, Alice 105.9 will broadcast live from Children’s Colorado and share stories from kids and families treated in our network.
Shortly after the birth of their first son, Carly and Griffin Miller learned they were expecting twins. The unborn twins, who shared a placenta, were diagnosed with Twin-to-Twin Syndrome. The Millers turned to the Fetal Hope Foundation for guidance, which led them to Dr. Tim Crombleholme and the experts at the Colorado Fetal Care Center.