As we reflect on this year’s achievements at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, we are grateful for your support which has helped support programs and advance discoveries that improve pediatric care for our patients here and those across the nation.
Pediatric patients at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital will be the recipients of holiday-themed plush stuffed polar bears in Lifeblood’s “Bears for Le Bonheur” donation program which runs from November 25 through December 5, 2013.
Henry Everett Grimes was born on a Monday morning in early March and on Wednesday his physician discovered a heart murmur. An echocardiogram revealed Henry had Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart defect.
What happens when you put together leading medical researchers, a filmmaker and a technologist in one room and try to come up with new ideas to solve one of the most pressing health crises in contemporary American life?
A Hospital Wing helicopter with a Le Bonheur Pedi-Flite crew onboard crashed this morning in Fayette County. The team was en route to Bolivar, Tenn., to pick up a patient for transport to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.
Research from Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) shows that providing families of diabetic children access to seasoned emergency medicine technicians will improve the patient’s outcome.