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Children's Hospital Colorado names Michael Verneris, MD, as director of Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy for the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
A new study conducted by doctors at Children’s Colorado confirms that helmets are important in lessening the severity of head injuries that kids may suffer while skiing or snowboarding. Learn what else researchers unveiled about keeping kids safe on the slopes.
Teenagers from across the country came together for four days in Steamboat Springs to ski, snowboard and make friends with other teens who have endured burn injuries.
Because only one in every 10 medical calls are for children, Children’s Colorado hosted a training with Littleton Fire Rescue to provide valuable, hands-on training using computerized pediatric mannequins. Learn how we're helping with emergency response training for kids.
A mother donated part of her liver to her 9-month-old son, who suffered from a rare liver disease. The CBS4 media story also highlights Dr. Michael Wachs, surgical director of Children’s Colorado’s transplant program, who performed the operation.
In a feature with 5280 magazine, Dr. Kathryn Wells, child abuse expert at Children's Colorado, discussed her work to identify child abuse victims and coordinate medical assistance.
The new center pairs traditional birth attendants with nurses trained as skilled birth attendants so deliveries can be shifted from the home to the birth center. The shift is expected to improve maternal and fetal health in an area which currently experiences extremely high rates of maternal morbidity and neonatal mortality.
“Miracles We Have Seen” is a collection of 85 essays written by renowned specialists in virtually every field of medicine. The essays recount, in moving everyday language, clinical events which stunned the physicians and everyone else involved – impossible cures, breathtaking resuscitations, extraordinary awakenings, spectacular serendipities, and recovery from unimaginable disasters.
News anchor Cheryl Preheim and her son, Joshua, were featured regarding their Brave Conquers Fear program at Children's Hospital Colorado. The campaign, founded by the Preheims following Joshua’s heart surgery, brings hope and t-shirts with the Brave Conquers Fear motto to families at the hospital.
Dr. Christiana Smith, pediatric infectious disease specialist at Children's Colorado, discussed pertussis (whooping cough) and its prevalence in the state.
In an article about the "anxious times" we live in, Colorado Community Media explores anxiety in youth and ways to address it -- including tips from Ali Schroer, a licensed clinical social worker at Children's Hospital Colorado.
As outdoor temperatures drop during the winter months, burn risks rise. Dr. Steven Moulton, Burn Center Medical Director and trauma surgeon at Children's Colorado talks to CBS4 about keeping kids safe around glass-front fireplaces.
We're encouraging families impacted by autism to join the nation’s largest autism study. Meet a family who's helping advance autism research.
On Nov. 16, we broke ground on southern Colorado's first pediatric-only hospital. Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs is scheduled to open in 2018.
StartUp Health announces the inaugural Call for Innovations, which is a part of a collaboration with University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Children’s Hospital Colorado and UCHealth to discover and support entrepreneurs and innovators seeking to transform health.
An inpatient school program at Children's Colorado helps patients continue their education and tailors classes to each child's needs.
Children’s Hospital Colorado and the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region announced a new partnership aimed at improving the health of children and teens in the Pikes Peak region.
The Pediatrics in Disasters (PEDs) training program, which trains healthcare and humanitarian workers to prioritize life-saving care for children in disasters, has been revised to focus more directly on sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East – where there has been an increase in conflict, refugees and displaced populations.
Infectious disease experts, including Dan Olson, MD, said that there are other technologies in development that could help fight Zika, from vaccines that can be produced more quickly, to mosquito sprays that can help eradicate the virus-carrying mosquitoes.
The patient-family involvement at Children's Colorado is one of many reasons why our hospital stands out among other healthcare organizations.