RMHC-KC hosts Camp ChiMer, a summer camp for children’s disease specifically geared for 45-50 children ages nine to 17 who are undergoing peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis or who have had a renal transplant.
The Ronald McDonald Family Room is a special place within Children’s Mercy Hospital where inpatient families with children’s disease can rest and still be close to their child. It offers a comfortable, home-like environment including a living room area
The Advocacy and Health Policy department focuses on protecting children’s health through influencing federal, state and local public policy decisions. We also engage with stakeholders outside the policy arena on issues and projects focused on children.
The Children’s Heart Center team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital specializes in pediatric cardiology, intensive care, cardiac anesthesiology, and cardiothoracic surgery. Our comprehensive, multidisciplinary team provides the best possible care for complex
At Phoenix Children’s Hospital, they have made a commitment to improving the health and lives of all children in our community – not just the ones they see as patients. Learn more about various programs for prevention of childhood diseases.
Children born with clefts need more than just surgery. They may also need dental care, orthodontic treatment, and speech therapy. Where these services are available, Smile Train does everything they can to make them available to patients.
Cure 4 Kids provides continuing medical education focusing on cancer, pediatrics, oncology, and global communication tools to health care professionals and scientists worldwide. Explore this free child disease resource and start collaborating worldwide!
The money raised by the Gracie Lee Haught Children’s Memorial Fund is set aside, in its entirety, in a money market account for children’s health programs and family assistance for children’s medical bills.
Because we realize that hospital stays for children with serious illnesses can be lengthy, lonely and boring, especially for an energetic child, our volunteers visit our children when they are admitted into the hospital. Volunteers bring small gifts for t
The Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is one of the largest NICUs in the nation and a Level III nursery, which is the highest certification given by the Arizona Perinatal Trust to prevent childhood disease.
Make-A-Wish® Kansas is committed to the vision of granting the wish of every eligible Kansas child. We rely on wish referrals to help us reach more kids with children’s disease every year and grant them a wish that changes lives, forever.
Is located inside Wesley Medical Center adjacent to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and down the hall from Pediatrics. This unique space is where families of children’s disease can get away to relax and reflect without leaving the hospital.
A “Home Away From Home” for thousands of families with children’s disease every year who receive medical treatment for a sick or injured child, the Ronald McDonald Houses offer a warm and welcoming place to sleep, as well as full kitchen facilities, l
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of St. Louis provides a comfort, care and a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill children. The Sponsor-A-Family program provides the lodging fees for families who are unable to afford it due to the mounti
St. Jude has affiliate clinics in six cities, including one in Springfield, Mo. The purpose of the affiliate clinics is to extend care and benefits to more children, to increase the number of children on St. Jude clinical trials and to provide support to
Phoenix Children’s Level I Pediatric Trauma Center is Arizona’s premier site for the evaluation, stabilization, treatment, and care of children who have experienced a traumatic injury or other childhood diseases.