Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
In honor of National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month, grateful mother Kristen E. shares her son Camden’s incredible journey living with a bilateral cleft palate and the care he received at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. October 22, 2015 was a day that changed my life. It was the day our son Camden was […]
Connecticut Children’s would like to welcome the newest addition to our Injury Prevention team! Amy Hunter is an injury epidemiologist. It’s a burgeoning field that is critical to finding ways to keep our children safe. We recently caught up with Amy to learn more about her profession and how she plans to contribute to the well-being […]
Connecticut Children’s ranked in four specialties: Gastroenterology & GI surgery, Nephrology, Cardiology & Heart Surgery and Urology. The latter two rankings are for joint programs shared with Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. “These unique collaborations and subsequent recognitions for our joint programs are proof that two competing institutions can successfully collaborate,” said Jim Shmerling, president […]
At Connecticut Children’s, ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation, our commitment to healing children never wavers. Always researching, discovering, comforting, believing, and making the lives of children better. The physician, the registered nurse…the security officer, the chef in One World Café…the volunteer, the researcher, […]
Having a child with Autism can pose unique day to day challenges, one of them being feeding. Being able to feed your child is a top priority of all parents, and when feeding becomes difficult a seemingly simple activity can suddenly feel daunting. In an effort to help families feel more equipped to address feeding […]