All Children's Hospital in the Media
All Children's Hospital shows up frequently in the local news, and sometimes beyond. Here's a history of the items that we've shared in the past.Items 109 to 118 of 174 First | Previous | Next | Last
|Window washers bring Christmas cheer to sick kids|
|(Dec 23, 2013; NBC Nightly News) | For the very sick children in All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL, the sight of Santa Claus washing their windows brings a smile.|
|HERO: Volunteer's soft touch helps moms at All Children's|
|(Dec 23, 2013; Bay News 9) | Special pillows at All Children's Hospital mean so much more than a soft place for new moms and babies to lay their heads. A volunteer and her little helpers are providing extra comfort to these patients with their kindness.
|Quick diagnosis helps baby survive rare condition|
|(Dec 16, 2013; WTVT Channel 13) | The Lowe family experienced the high and ultimate low during the birth of their daughter Addison. If it wasn't for doctors at All-Children's Hospital, their little girl wouldn't be alive today.
|USF Pre-Med Pals find they get as much as they give at All Children's Hospital|
|(Dec 13, 2013; Tampa Bay Times) | Among the volunteers at All Children's is a dedicated group of USF St. Petersburg college students, called Pre-Med Pals, who visit cystic fibrosis patients twice a week to play games, watch movies, talk or just hang out.|
|A touch of snow brings tons of fun to kids in hospital|
|(Dec 11, 2013; WTVT Channel 13) | It was a warm night in St. Petersburg Wednesday, but the forecast called for snow at All Children's Hospital. It's the staff's way of bringing the season to patients stuck in the hospital for the holidays.
|A Healthy Alliance - Johns Hopkins & All Children's|
|(Dec 11, 2013; Florida Trend Magazine) | From its residency program to clinical studies, Johns Hopkins' acquisition of All Children's in St. Petersburg is starting to pay dividends.|
|Tampa Bay Bucs spread holiday cheer at All Children's Hospital|
|(Dec 10, 2013; WTSP Channel 10) | The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were spreading holiday cheer in the Bay Tuesday. Forget the pads and helmets, these Bucs players looked more like Santa Claus as they paid pediatric patients at St. Petersburg's All Children's Hospital a visit.|
|On Call: Viewer Questions|
|(Dec 9, 2013; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Patrick Mularoni answers a variety of medical questions submittied by viewers|
|On Call: Toy Safety|
|(Dec 2, 2013; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Joe Perno talks about toy safety and explains why selecting age appropriate toys this holiday season is important.|
|Communication app helps kids with special needs|
|(Dec 1, 2013; Bay News 9) | Eight-year-old Cian Scully uses a tablet to help him communicate. Speech therapists at All Children's Outpatient Care in Pasco County are implementing a communication application to help give non-verbal children a voice. Using the SoundingBoard app, Cian picks a play activity during therapy.|