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Connecticut Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Network Recognized Again for Delivering Best Care In State By U.S. News & World Report June 14, 2022

Connecticut Children’s neonatology program has again ranked best in the state in the 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospital rankings released today. Connecticut Children’s neonatology program was ranked in the Top 40 nationally by U.S. News & World Report, among more than 1,500 NICUs across the country.

UConn Students Dance Their Way to $1.34 Million for Connecticut Children’s at 23rd Annual HuskyTHON April 7, 2022

The 23rd annual 18-hour dance marathon, held April 2 on the Founder’s Green on the Storrs campus, topped off an annual year-long fundraising campaign known as HuskyTHON, which raised more than $1.34 million to benefit the only health system in Connecticut dedicated exclusively to the care of children.

Family-centered Care is Focus of Vassar Brothers Medical Center’s Pediatric Unit, Vassar Brothers Collaborates with Nationally Recognized Pediatric Health System April 5, 2022

Tuesday, April 5, Vassar Brothers Medical Center held a grand reopening of its pediatric unit, thanks to an alliance with New York Children’s Medical Providers Services, P.C., an affiliate of the nationally ranked health system, Connecticut Children’s.

Connecticut Children’s First In State To Repair Pediatric ACL Using BEAR® Implant Technology March 30, 2022

Connecticut Children’s recently became the first health system in Connecticut to use the BEAR® Implant to treat a torn pediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), one of the most common sports injuries in the U.S. The implant is injected with a small amount of the patient’s own blood, then inserted in the knee using a minimally invasive procedure. Over time, it acts as a bridge to help the ACL heal itself.

Watch For Me CT Receives $25,000 Grant For Teen Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Education Program March 3, 2022

Watch for Me CT, a partnership between the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Office and Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Governors Highway Safety Association and the National Road Safety Foundation to further its ongoing efforts to reduce traffic crashes involving pedestrians and bicyclists.

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