The medical staff, employees and volunteers of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital mourn the passing of our esteemed Dr. Moises Simpser, a longstanding leader and dedicated champion for children with complex medical conditions and their families.
It was a race against time to save three critical babies, all of whom would have died in Puerto Rico if they didn't get the surgeries that they needed at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami.
September is Pain Awareness Month. This month-long recognition was created to increase education and awareness within our community about the effects of pain, the available treatments to alleviate pain and the importance of communication with healthcare providers regarding pain-related concerns so that pain can be better understood and treated.
Thanks to all who joined us for the first bilingual IBD patient education day on Saturday! Patients and families learned about the latest in IBD research and treatments from our board-certified pediatric gastroenterologists, as well as obtain nutrition and lifestyle tips from our IBD nutritionist and IBD social worker.
The Nicklaus Children's Orthopedic Surgery Program proudly sponsored the 2017 JCC Maccabi Games held from August 6-11.
In anticipation of the upcoming solar eclipse, here are safety tips to keep your family and little ones safe during this exciting natural event.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is excited to offer the Nutrition Symposium with an emphasis on the pediatric patient. Current research and technological advances in the care of pediatric conditions with nutrition implications will be presented by a multidisciplinary panel of speakers.
EOS imaging helps diagnose kids with scoliosis and with low exposure to radiation.
Justin Kern, a twelve year-old patient, along with his family, traveled to Washington, DC today with the Miami Children's Health System Public Policy team to take part in Children's Hospital Association Family Advocacy Day.
Boy with birth defect travels to South Florida for major surgery with Nicklaus Children's Hospital's craniofacial center.
A South Florida teenager went for a simple EKG test at Nicklaus Children's Hospital when he was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, also known as WPW.
¿Qué hacer si mi hijo sufre una asfixia comiendo alimentos y cómo puedo ayudarlo?
Children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (an inflammation of the joints that is characterized by swelling, heat, and pain) had a terrific tuesday during their Zumba fitness class at this year's Camp Funrise.
Dr. Shufflebarger was honored for his innovative contributions in the area of spinal instrumentation and unparalleled commitment to his patients and medical community.
Nearly 5,000 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with a brain tumor this year. Now new technology is helping doctors remove these tumors and save children from additional surgery.
Enzymes are particularly important in the processing of medicines and drugs. They determine how our bodies are going to handle the medicines we take, and if those medicines are going to help us feel better or not. This research study includes testing the status of the CYP2D6 gene in children.
Congratulations to the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Heart Program for providing free EKG screenings.
Dr. Moises Simpser, pediatric pulmonologist at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, founded the nation’s first Ventilator Assisted Children’s Center (VACC) Camp 1986. In honor of Dr. Simpser’s leadership, Nicklaus Children’s medical staff has renamed the camp with his name.
The Cancer & Blood Disorders Center Team came together at the Miami SuperHeroes Unite! Walk hosted by CureSearch.
EOS, an advanced imaging system used in the evaluation of pediatric orthopedic patients, is now available at the Nicklaus Children's Miramar Outpatient Center. It has previously been offered at Nicklaus Children's Hospital's main campus since 2013.
Miami Herald. — The procedure doesn’t require surgery; instead, it uses intense heat to pinpoint and destroy the tumor.
Local 10 News. — A multi-disciplinary team at Nicklaus Children's Hospital is conducting an FDA approved study into an incision-less procedure to treat centrally located brain tumors.
Local 10 News. — Ellis underwent a procedure at Nicklaus Children's Hospital to correct the rare condition, called metopic craniosynostosis, where the bones in the skull fuse together.