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Posted on: May 23, 2013
It’s been one month since Seattle Children’s new cancer, critical and emergency care expansion opened to patients and the inpatient units are already full. The new Emergency Department (ED) on the ground floor of the building has also seen higher-than-normal patient volumes. Patients and staff are giving Building Hope high marks. “It’s unbelievable to see [...]
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Cancer and critical care patients move in April 21; emergency department opens April 23
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Dr.Wendy Sue Swanson of Seattle Children’s talks about obesity and ADHD. Obesity affects 17 percent of children and childhood ... cont.
Elizabeth Bennett, a drowning prevention specialist with Seattle Children’s, talks about keeping kids safe in the water. ... cont.
Hannah Mae was diagnosed at birth with diffuse rhabdomyomatosis, a rare disease where the heart grows uncontrollably. She was ... cont.
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