We are very fortunate to have so many generous donors, especially during the holiday season. Whether you donate, fundraise, or shop to give, every effort makes a big difference for kids like Giselle.
For the 34th consecutive year, former Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients and their families, doctors and nurses came together to celebrate Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital’s tiniest former patients at the annual NICU graduation party.
The Stanford Children’s Health Bass Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases has organized activities to observe Childhood Cancer Awareness month. The Bass Center is a leading pediatric cancer center dedicated to helping children of all ages who have cancer and blood diseases to manage or overcome their conditions.
On August 31st, the San Francisco Giants held their 19th Annual Organ Donor Awareness Day (now known as Donate Life Day).
Laughter sounded through the hallways of the Tova Day Spa at the Fairmont San Jose hotel, and on the other side a group of patients from Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford were being pampered while discussing Netflix shows, playing games and brainstorming what to wear to prom this year. These may be normal topics of conversation for teens, but for girls undergoing cancer treatment, this day of fun, relaxation and spa treatments was a very welcome respite from their typical routines.
In response to the growing need for mental health resources for Bay Area adolescents and children, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is joining the Stanford School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Services and Pediatrics Division of Adolescent Medicine to host the first annual Adolescent Mental Wellness Conference on August 5 and 6 at the South San Francisco Conference Center.
Fifty Stanford Children’s Health transplant patients are spending the week at camp having fun while still getting the medcial care they need. Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is a national leader in pediatric organ transplantation. We sponsor this camp to give kids who have received a transplant a chance to enjoy being children and to connect with other kids like them.
People tend to think of prom as a high school event, but at the K–12 school at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, it’s a special night for patients and families of all ages.
There are many treatments, therapies and drugs for cancer, but sometimes a day of pampering with friends is just what the doctor ordered.
On Monday, July 20, 50 kids boarded a bus at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Menlo Park. The occasion? To spend an entire week up north, 100 miles away, at St. Dorothy’s Rest in Camp Meeker, Calif.
On July 8, the San Francisco Giants held their 18th Annual Organ Donor Awareness Day (now known as Donate Life Day).
On June 5, the Pacific Art League in downtown Palo Alto was buzzing with excitement as some talented young photographers displayed their works of art.
More than 35 patients and their families turned out for Stanford Children’s Health’s 1st Annual Craniofacial Team Picnic on June 6 to connect with one another in an enjoyable and supportive environment.
Patients at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital experience: An Evening at the Oasis
On Sunday, February 8, dozens of patient families with children that have congenital heart disease gathered to celebrate lives saved and CHD Awareness Week (2/7/15 – 2/14/15).
On Veterans Day 2014, Grant is reflecting on his service to our country and how it impacts his lifesaving care for kids. In 2005, at the height of the Iraq war, Grant was one of 18 U.S. Air Force and Army surgeons in a tent hospital at Balad Air base, the largest U.S. military base in Iraq. Located outside Balad in the Sunni Triangle, the base housed the Air Force Theater Hospital, a level 1 trauma center.
On Friday, Oct. 31, the hospital transformed itself into a Halloween playground for the young and the young at heart — complete with a haunted house, 50 different trick-or-treat stops and caregivers with costumes galore.
Former preemies and their families and friends enjoyed the magic of this year’s NICU Grad Party on Sunday, Sept. 21.
Kohl’s and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford are celebrating another year of partnership by hosting a free car seat fitting event at the Blossom Hill Kohl’s location in San Jose.
On Sunday, July 20, a packed bus with 59 kids, ages 8-18, left for a weeklong summer blast at St. Dorothy’s Rest camp in Camp Meeker, Calif. While the activities planned for their camp seemed quite normal, the theme certainly wasn’t.
More than 500 families and staff celebrate and give thanks at our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit’s ‘Grad Party.’
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Hospital employees, volunteers, administrators, planners, business leaders, elected officials and community members donned bright yellow hardhats and gathered at the excavation site on Thursday, Sept. 6, to celebrate the official groundbreaking for a transformational expansion of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford.