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6th annual Bid for Kids
You are invited to the 6th annual "Bid for Kids" event on Thursday, May 19 at Parker and Otis in Durham. The Pediatric Interest group in the School of Medicine and Kids Cards come together every year to benefit the patients and families at the N.C. Children’s Hospital through their Bids for Kids event.
Located in Employee News Online / 2011 / April 27
N.C. Children's Hospital named March of Dimes NICU Family Support Project of the Year
The award recognizes excellence in meeting the goals of the NICU Family Support program: supporting NICU families and staff; producing high-quality results; and demonstrating leadership within the chapter, hospital and among NICU Family Support sites.
Located in News / 2011 / March
Virginia Moyer, MD, MPH, to visit Department of Pediatrics as 2011 Denny Visiting Professor
Dr. Virginia Moyer, Section Head of Academic General Pediatrics at Texas Children’s Hospital and Deputy Editor of Pediatrics, will be at UNC Feb. 17-18.
Located in Vital Signs / 2011 / Feb. 10
NC Children's Promise TV - Jordyn Hester
Jordyn was hospitalized as a baby eight years ago. Today she is doing well and makes a wonderful reporter.
Located in Vital Signs / 2011 / Feb. 3
VAP-Free Days in the PICU
On Jan. 26, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) reached 320 days since the last ventilator-associated pneumonia – far surpassing our previous record of 187 days. Please stop by the PICU and congratulate our patients, families, and staff for partnering to fight infections!
Located in Employee News Online / 2011 / Feb. 2
VIDEO: NC Children's Promise TV - Ariel/Joshua part 5
Six-year-old Joshua Cooley first came to N.C. Children's Hospital at 3 days old and had a liver transplant at the age of 9 months. He and his sister, Ariel, chat with Dr. Daniel Lercher, a pediatrics resident, about why Dr. Lercher decided to become a doctor.
Located in Vital Signs / 2011 / Jan. 27
VIDEO: NC Children's Promise TV - Ariel/Joshua part 4
Six-year-old Joshua Cooley has a rare genetic disorder called OTC. He is lacking a specific liver enzyme needed to break down proteins. As a result, he developed cerebral palsy. In this clip, Ariel and Joshua talk with their brother, Isaiah, about what Josh is like as a brother.NC Children's Promise TV takes five patients and turns them to reporters for the day of the ninth annual NC Children's Promise Radiothon.
Located in Vital Signs / 2011 / Jan. 20
VIDEO: NC Children's Promise TV - Ariel/Joshua part 4
Six-year-old Joshua Cooley has a rare genetic disorder called OTC. He is lacking a specific liver enzyme needed to break down proteins. As a result, he developed cerebral palsy. In this clip, Ariel and Joshua talk with their brother, Isaiah, about what Josh is like as a brother.NC Children's Promise TV takes five patients and turns them to reporters for the day of the ninth annual NC Children's Promise Radiothon.
Located in Employee News Online / 2011 / Jan. 19
Krispy Kreme Challenge returns Feb. 5
N.C. State's most infamous tradition, the Krispy Kreme Challenge, returns for a seventh year on Saturday, Feb. 5, to raise money for the N.C. Children's Hospital. Beginning at the N.C. State Bell Tower, challengers run two miles to the Krispy Kreme store on Peace Street in Raleigh and, after downing a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts, run the two miles back. All in one hour.
Located in Employee News Online / 2011 / Jan. 19
VIDEO: NC Children's Promise TV- Ariel/Joshua Part Three
The "N.C. Children’s Promise TV" project took five N.C. Children's Hospital patients and turned them into reporters for a day during the ninth annual Children's Promise Radiothon/Telethon on Nov. 18. Joshua and Ariel sit down with Dr. Mike Steiner, medical director of the Children's Hospital's outpatient clinics, and talk about the value of giving to the N.C. Children's Promise.
Located in Vital Signs / 2011 / Jan. 13