“The view’s a lot better from this angle,” jokes Shovon Greene, as he pushes one of the stretchers he uses as an emergency medical technician (EMT). He would know. Shovon, an All Children’s Hospital patient since the day he was born 21 years ago, has spent his fair share of time watching the ceiling go by as a passenger on one of those stretchers. Now, as an EMT about to receive his paramedic certification, he transports other patients to their own destination. Read more:
Our patients had a blast at the annual “Stuff-N-Fluff” party hosted by the Mike Alstott Family Foundation and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Mike Alstott. Patients who were unable to leave their r..
It’s Appreciation Week at McLaren Port Huron! During this week, we take time to let our fellow employees know we appreciate all they do. Today, employees were treated to cake during lunch served by de..
In honor of Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week, the American Heart Association helps us share the story of Adam, our heart patient turned Johns Hopkins All Children's Heart Institute employee. #CH..
The FACE Poverty Initiative at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine focuses on five points that impact families:
-Access to health care
Thank you to all who attended this event and made it a success!