Scientists from The Jackson Laboratory will partner with cancer specialists at Hartford Hospital and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center to explore new approaches to cancer treatment for adults and children.
Thursday, May 2, Safe Kids Connecticut, a program of the Injury Prevention Center at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, will host its 15th annual Safe Kids Day, an interactive day of safety education and injury prevention, for more than 375 children, grades kindergarten through 6.
Sunday, April 28, more than 1,000 motorcyclists from across the Northeast are expected to rev up and ride in the 18th Annual Connecticut Miracle Ride, presented by Trantolo and Trantolo LLC, to benefit Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is pleased to announce the recent appointment of four new physicians to its Divisions of Otolaryngology, Endocrinology and Emergency Medicine.
Two Enfield moms committed to aiding individuals, families and organizations, is leading fundraising efforts in support of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
On Thursday, June 6, food and wine connoisseurs can enjoy an evening of their favorites at Serata di Cibo – A Celebration of Food and Wine to benefit Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Connecticut Children’s Employee Recognized with Prestigious Award from Connecticut Public Health Association
Garry Lapidus, PA-C, MPH, Director of the Injury Prevention Center at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine has been named the recipient of the Connecticut Public Health Association's (CPHA) prestigious 2013 Charles G. Huntington III Award.
500,000 Times Each Year a Child Gets Into Medicine or Gets the Wrong Dose; 67,000 Children Treated in Emergency Rooms Each Year for Medicine Poisoning
Today Safe Kids Worldwide® released a new research report that found kids are getting into medicine at an alarming rate. Every minute of every day, a poison control center receive a call about potential medicine poisoning for a child age five and under.