To put it plainly, the Herma Heart Institute is an international leader in congenital heart care. This reputation is built upon two foundational principals: positive outcomes for patients and continuing education for providers. Both of these priorities were on display over two days in the middle of October.
Driving is no joke and needs to be taken seriously. It’s a huge responsibility. But that doesn’t mean learning about safe driving can’t be fun.
Amber Pflughoeft was diagnosed with bone cancer nine years ago, and has been undergoing treatment at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin since then. In 2018, she graduated from West Bend West High School.
Amber was first admitted to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin as a fifth grader. She immediately began treatment at the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
In a dimly lit auditorium on the second floor of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, a group of some of the world’s greatest medical minds gathered together watching an open-heart surgery live in 3-D.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin places such an emphasis on community outreach and e-learning. The best investment Children’s Hospital can make in a child is to teach them how to be and stay healthy.
Whether your child has missed school due to an illness or is simply returning from summer break, below are some tips to help start the new school year on the right foot.
By providing full-time school nurses at eleven Milwaukee Public Schools, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is helping schools and communities improve health outcomes for kids. Now in its 20th year, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s School Nurse Program operates on the model of one nurse for one school — enabling nurses to get to know students, staff and community, develop trusting relationships and educate families.