My story begins in 1994,when I was transferred to MUSC to deliver a 27 gestational week baby girl. I had Preeclampsia and HELP syndrome, and would have not survived the night, along with my baby. Kayla was delivered weighing 1 lb 14oz, and moved into the world of the NNICU. How do I express my . . . → Read More: Donna, Daughters and MUSC Children’s Hospital – Compassion & Skill
Our latest television spot for MUSC’s Children’s Hospital demonstrates the care that can only be found at a dedicated children’s hospital. Our specialty trained pediatric physicians play themselves in this moving spot. We’re proud to be changing what’s possible for children in Charleston and across the . . . → Read More: Changing What’s Possible – for Children
Going to the hospital can often be a frightening experience for children. In an effort to help children feel more comfortable, the MUSC Children’s Hospital Emergency Department is hosting a Teddy Bear Clinic from 9 A.M. to Noon on Saturday, January 28, 2012.
Children ages 3 to 10 years old and their families are encouraged to bring . . . → Read More: Teddy Bear Check-Ups at MUSC Children’s Hospital
Our next blog installment celebrating Epilepsy Awareness Month was contributed by Gigi Smith, Pediatric Epilepsy Nurse Practitioner, and Robert P. Turner, MD, Pediatric Epileptologist at the MUSC Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. Dr. Turner and Ms. Smith have shared their top tips for the parents of children with epilepsy.
Epilepsy is the most common brain disorder in childhood. At least 300,000 children under . . . → Read More: Tips for Parents of Children with Epilepsy