12 Year old patient visited capital to raise awareness of policies that impact children’s health


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Santa and his elves surprise hospitalized patients
12/05/2017 — Santa Claus and his elves made a surprise appearance and distributed gifts to patients, many of whom will spend the holiday season at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. The event was made possible thanks to the Vallejo-Fraiz family, who are longtime supporters of the hospital, and arrange for Santa to visit the hospitalized children.
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11/27/2017 — Nicklaus Children's Hospital provee métodos convenientes y seguros para enviar mensajes y actualizaciones a nuestros pacientes y familias a través de las aplicaciones CareNotifyMyKid’s Patient Portal
Consejos de Seguridad para Halloween
10/25/2017 — A todo el mundo le encanta un buen susto en Halloween, pero no cuando se trata de la seguridad de sus hijos. Hay varios comportamientos sencillos y eficaces que los padres pueden compartir con los hijos para ayudar a reducir el riesgo de lesiones.
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Marie Osmond Joins Jack and Barbara Nicklaus for a Meet-and-Greet with Patients at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital
01/30/2017 — 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.

Radio Lollipop Hosts 10th Annual 'Improv Comedy Night'
09/22/2016 — Radio Lollipop, Nicklaus Children's Hospital’s in-house radio station, will host a night of fun and laughter at its annual ‘IMPROV Comedy Night’ fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit the Radio Lollipop program for hospitalized patients at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.