The Kaiser Family Foundation released a report today called “A Teacher in the Living Room: Educational media for babies,...
Researchers at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle and the University of Washington School of...
Dr. Richard Hopper has been appointed surgical director of the Craniofacial Center at Children’s Hospital and Regional...
Dr. Frederick P. Rivara has been elected to membership in the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies. The...
Youngest, smallest patient ever to receive heart transplant in the Pacific Northwest is also first infant to go from...
Jim and Janet Sinegal have donated $1.5 million to Children’s to establish an endowed chair for the Odessa Brown Children’s...
Children’s Therapy Pool has been chosen as the best adapted-aquatics and hospital-aquatics program in the nation by the...
When Treuman Katz retires on Sept. 30 after 26 years as President and CEO of Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical...
Dedication of Child Health postage stamp and honorary ceremony for Treuman Katz, President and CEO of Children’s Hospital.
More than 250 participants attended The 6th Annual Jamie Moyer Invitational Bowling Tournament on Saturday, July 30th at...
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