Dominic: One of our Biggest Saves Ever (Winter 2014)
Biggest Save Ever
Dominic is just a normal kid trying to keep up with his older brother. They love LEGOs, Play-Doh, and eating together. It's hard to believe that this thriving two-year-old spent most of last year being treated at Packard Children's for a virus that caused lung failure. Doctors came up with a revolutionary solution to help him recover by breathing on his own. Find out why doctors call him one of their "biggest saves ever." (Read entire story)
All Grown Up: From Tiny Transplant Patient to Thriving Young Adult (Winter 2013)
All Grown Up
Miranda Ashland is one busy girl. A thriving high school senior from Saratoga, she’s filling out college applications and starring in her school’s production of Oliver!—and even recently won a spirit week pie-eating contest. With this packed schedule, Miranda still finds time for another important priority: supporting Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, the place that gave her a second chance at life...
What makes Packard Children's "the best"? (Fall 2013)
At our "best"
U.S. News & World Report ranked Packard Children's as the top children's hospital in Northern California and one of the nation's best overall. What makes our hospital the best? Find out what our patients and their families had to say...
Together, Apart: Formerly Conjoined Twins Thriving after Separation Surgery at Packard Children’s (Winter 2012)
Angelina and Angelica Sabuco, 2 ½, are exploring their neighborhood park in San Jose, picking up fallen leaves and seed pods. They giggle as they toddle in opposite directions while their mother scrambles to keep up. Any passerby would be completely unaware of the amazing transformation these twins have undergone in recent months...
A Lifetime of Smiles for Jax: Compassionate, Family-Centered Care for All (Fall 2012)
A Lifetime of Smiles for Jax
A child’s smile is one of life’s greatest joys. For Kristi and Jon Cannon of Redwood City, parents of 2-year-old Jax, that simple pleasure is something they will always cherish. “Now we know that anything can happen at any moment—even when we’re just home, winding down after a busy afternoon,” explains Kristi. That’s precisely how the accident happened...