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New Federal Report Encourages States to Adopt Developmental Screening Program Similar to Connecticut Children's Help Me Grow Model

A new joint policy statement, released by the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services, includes a recommendation for states to adopt a centralized intake, screening and referral process, specifically naming our Help Me Grow® system model.
January 20, 2017  

Connecticut Students & Businesses Team Up with Connecticut Children's for the 6th Annual "PJ for the Kids" to Benefit the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

On December 9th, 2016 school kids and business partners across Connecticut will don PJs, standing together in support of the kids at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center who wear their PJs for days, weeks or even longer while fighting cancer and other serious illnesses at the hospital.
December 8, 2016  

Connecticut Children’s Receives 2016 Press Ganey Success Story Award Recognizing its Demonstrated Innovation and Leadership in Improving Patient Experience

Connecticut Children’s has been named a 2016 Success Story Award® winner by Press Ganey. The Success Story Award recognizes outstanding health care organizations with compelling stories of innovation and leadership that have measurably improved patient experience, clinical quality or caregiver engagement.
November 8, 2016  

Connecticut Children's Emerald Anniversary Gala to Celebrate 20 Years of Courage, Brains and Heart

On Saturday, November 12, hundreds will gather at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford for an evening of celebration and support of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and its patients and families.
November 7, 2016  

The Children's Center on Family Violence Receives $50,000 Grant from Verizon Wireless

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is proud to announce that one of its newest programs, The Children’s Center on Family Violence (the Center), has just received generous support from Verizon Wireless to further its mission to improve outcomes for children exposed to family violence.
October 12, 2016  

Leading Oncologist and Cancer Researcher Ching C. Lau Joins Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, The Jackson Laboratory, and UConn School of Medicine

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) for Genomic Medicine, and the UConn School of Medicine have made their first joint appointment: the distinguished pediatric oncologist and cancer researcher Ching C. Lau, M.D., Ph.D.
October 7, 2016  

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Opens Two Primary Care Facilities

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is pleased to announce the opening of two new primary care satellite offices in Hartford County.
October 3, 2016  

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Receives the 2017 Women’s Choice Award® as a Best Children’s Hospital

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center has been named as a Best Children’s Hospital by the Women’s Choice Award®, America’s trusted referral source for the best in healthcare.
October 3, 2016  

World’s Top Researcher on Rare, Genetic Liver Disease Coming to Connecticut

Leading pediatric endocrinologist and scientist, Dr. David A. Weinstein and his world-renowned Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD) Program is moving to Connecticut’s UConn School of Medicine and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in early 2017.
September 19, 2016  

National Spotlight Shines on Two Connecticut Children's Programs

The American Hospital Association has just selected two Connecticut Children’s programs, the Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes Program and the Connecticut Children’s Center for Care Coordination, to be featured in its Community Connections initiative.
September 14, 2016  
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