On Friday, Feb. 16, Children’s Colorado patients and team members joined a team from GE Johnson Construction Company, its sub-contractors and hospital leaders raised a steel beam on the final and highest floor of the future Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs.
The Mental Health Youth Action Board (YAB) at Children’s Colorado is collecting youth mental health stories and artwork for the creation of a book that can offer an encouraging and normalizing experience to all who read it.
Children’s Colorado and RxRevu are partnering to help prescribers better meet children's health needs by seamlessly incorporating antimicrobial-stewardship best practices into prescribers’ decision-making processes.
The Centers for Disease Control launched their third phase of a multistate study on autism. Along with partners, Children's Colorado researchers will help identify factors that may put children at risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.
Our researchers are using the phenomenon of “fetal regeneration” to improve wound healing for adults and children alike. Ken Liechty, MD, has observed that the fetal response to injury results in regeneration of injured tissue or “perfect healing.”
Two-year grant brings together community organizations to create universal psychosocial, developmental, and maternal well-being screenings to identify and respond to underlying needs—before children experience negative long-term consequences.
Our physicians were again recognized for their continued commitment to care for children in the southern Colorado region. Their dedication to excellence makes a difference in the lives of our team and children every day.
President and CEO Jena Hausmann and Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel Michelle Lucero have been announced as 2017 Outstanding Women in Business winners by the Denver Business Journal. Hausmann and Lucero were two of just 13 winners who were selected from more than 250 nominations.