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In 2015, Children’s Hospital Colorado was ranked a top 5 children’s hospital by U.S. News & World Report. See what else happened tin 2015.
Our tiniest patients celebrated the holidays in ugly Christmas sweaters, handmade by volunteers at Children's Hospital Colorado. Take a peak.
Children’s Hospital Colorado announces the newest member to the Neuroscience Institute, ROSA™, an innovative neurosurgical assistance robot.
On December 17, Colorado police officers marched to Children’s Colorado for the 13th annual Long Blue Line to deliver toys to patients. Watch now.
With funding from Children’s Hospital Colorado, the Center for Global Health has been able to assemble a modern, well-equipped clinic with medical professionals from a variety of disciplines working to bring quality health care to some of the poorest people on earth.
Children’s Hospital Colorado joins the ranks of only three percent of U.S. hospitals that have achieved Magnet re-designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®. This credential recognizes continuing excellence in nursing and overall patient care at Children’s Colorado.
Colorado Avalanche players, coaches, executives and staff helped spread holiday cheer at Children's Hospital Colorado.
The ACPA and CPF recently approved the Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Center at Children’s Colorado as a Cleft Palate Team and Craniofacial Team. Learn why.
Santa Claus, fire trucks and motorcycle enthusiasts delivered toys to patients for the 30th Annual Children’s Hospital Colorado Toy Run.
Sleep expert and director of Pediatric Sleep Research, Dr. Ann Halbower say that technology and screen time, such as television and video games, are making night terrors worse in children.
Children’s Colorado hosted its 2nd educational social summit, combining Twitter and a live audience gathering on the Anschutz Campus to teach about concussions and how to care for them.
Get tips for talking to kids after tragic events like terrorist attacks, school shootings and natural disasters.
Learn more about the Prescription Pet Program at Children's Hospital Colorado, which has been bringing joy and smiles to patients and families for more than 30 years.
Read about a pee wee football from Fort Collins who celebrated a state championship win by visiting their teammate undergoing treatments at Children's Colorado.
Get a list of important things parents should know about the 2015-2016 flu season.
Purchase beautiful, hand-designed holiday cards that benefit children in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children's Hospital Colorado.
Thanks to the care team at Children’s Colorado, Olivia Levaque, lovingly known as “Little O,” received a liver transplant at 7 months old. Read her story.
As far as diseases go, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is pretty new — two decades ago, doctors didn’t even know it existed — and much mystery remains. But doctors do know what causes it. Learn more.
Hundreds of Children’s Hospital Colorado doctors, nurses, staff and patient families went “black tie” on October 14 to celebrate the hospital’s top Quest for Quality Prize from the American Hospital Association and McKesson and being ranked Top 5 Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News and World Report.
10-year-old Carter Gates, a patient at Children's Colorado, hosts "Crafts for Cancer" in Colorado Springs to raise funds for research at Children’s Colorado.