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.

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New Car Seat Law Starts Jan. 1
(Dec 30, 2014; WUSF Radio) | Petra Vybiralova is a program supervisor at the Suncoast Safe Kids Coalition. She says the law may help lower the number of deaths and injuries. "There’s significant long-term research that car seats have saved many, many lives," she said during a recent parent training at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg.
 
5-year-old hears first sounds at All Children's
(Dec 30, 2014; WFTS Channel 28) | A family of four moved to St. Petersburg from Seattle to get the best care for their deaf and autistic sons. On Tuesday, the 5-year-old's state-of-the-art hearing implant was activated for the very first time at All Children's Hospital.
 
Getting The Family Fit
(Dec 19, 2014; Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine) | Kellie Gilmore has been the Fit4Allkids Coordinator at All Children’s Hospital since 2004 and oversees nutrition and culinary programs as well as fitness classes for families.
 
Teen cancer patient's homecoming dream comes true
(Dec 17, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Glitz and glamour. Nothing but the star treatment. Alissa Van Wanzeele was one of many treated to a fall homecoming dance at All Children's Hospital.
 
10 News brings Joy to the Bay to All Children's Hospital
(Dec 16, 2014; WTSP Channel 10) | The staff of 10 News donated more than 100 gifts for Reg and Dion to bring to the patients at All Children's. Armed with Legos, Play-Doh, and iTunes gift cards, they aimed to spread some joy from toddlers to teens.
 
Bucs rookies spend time with kids in hospital
(Dec 9, 2014; WTSP Channel 10) | The Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookies made the annual trip All Children's Hospital on Tuesday as the group of nearly 20 players spent over an hour visiting patients.
 
Intern program challenges students with special needs
(Nov 16, 2014; Tampa Tribune) | Bunce and 10 other students are in their second week of on-the-job training at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine and are the first group on the West Coast of Florida to join the national Project SEARCH. The school-to-work internship program teaches real-world job skills to disabled students ages 18 to 22, at which time they are required to leave the school system.
 
Educate yourself about antibiotics, consequences of overuse
(Nov 13, 2014; Tampa Bay Times) | SHARPS (Sharing Antimicrobial Reports for Pediatric Stewardship), a major collaborative, is a group of 24 children's hospitals, including All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. SHARPS and many other medical organizations in the United States have partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Get Smart About Antibiotics Week, which begins Monday.
 
On Call: Laundry Detergent Warning
(Nov 10, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Beware of your kids getting into laundry detergent packets. Dr. Joe Perno talks about a new study showing more than 700 children were hospitalized in just two years because of accidental poisonings.
 
On Call: Keeping Kids Healthy During Flu Season
(Nov 3, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Over 20,000 children were hospitalized last year due to the flu. Dr. Patrick Mularoni from All Children's Hospital explains the benefits of having children immunized for the flu and keeping them healthy during flu season.
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