Eyes4Kids, the number one pediatric ophthalmology practice in South Florida, has announced the launch of a new website and social media pages. Parents can expect to get useful valuable information including references to multiple resources from this leading pediatric eye care kid’s friendly location.
In about six minutes or less, a person with a severe injury can bleed to death. But a free program called “Stop the Bleed” can teach you what to do before first responders arrive that could mean the difference between life and death.
Nicklaus Children's joins hospitals across the nation in celebrating Patient Safety Awareness WeekMarch 12 to 18. Be a part of the safety team for your child. Parents are the most critical part of a child's caregiving team.
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American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and The Honda Classic golf tournament sponsored an intimate performance by jazz star Kenny G for hospitalized children at Nicklaus Children's Hospital on February 22.
Staff and patients of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital welcomed legendary golf icon Jack Nicklaus, his wife, Barbara Nicklaus, and singer/actress Marie Osmond, co-founder of the Children’s Miracle Network, on a tour of the hospital’s new Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion. Patients, families and special guests gathered for an interactive musical drum circle session to end the visit.
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Wells Fargo volunteers renewed a springtime tradition: delivering thousands of Easter baskets to children in hospitals, shelters, and other locations. The memorable day was made possible by Wells Fargo’s nationwide “Hops for Hope” volunteer effort, which delivers baskets to children in hospitals, children’s homes, homeless shelters, and more. The annual event is organized by Cash Vault Services in Wells Fargo’s Payments, Virtual Solutions & Innovation group.
Dozens of special spring breakers from Nicklaus Children's Hospital were treated to a day along Miami Beach on Tuesday with a little help from Miami Beach Fire Department and Ocean Rescue.