CHOC Children's Kids Health | February 2020
Quinn goes home

Quinn goes home, thanks to CHOC's cardiac high-risk interstage program

Quinn, age 10 months, has five heart abnormalities and has already undergone open heart surgery. Thanks to CHOC's new cardiac high-risk interstage program, Quinn is able to go home before her next surgery.

Meet Quinn

How one surgery inspired a career in nursing

When Lisa was a teenager, her experience with surgery inspired her to become a nurse. Today, she's CHOC's surgical unit nurse manager, responsible for the care of patients just like she was.

Get to know Lisa
CHOC Day at Honda Center

CHOC Day at the Honda Center is March 15

Join us Sunday, March 15 for CHOC Day at the Honda Center as the Anaheim Ducks play against the Montreal Canadiens! This game honors CHOC patients and includes fun activities on and off the ice with Choco, patients and physicians.

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When can kids make their own breakfast?

Knowing when children can prep their first meal of the day on their own can be a huge relief to parents. In this article from Romper, a CHOC pediatrician offers advice to parents.

Get a pediatrician's advice
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