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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Avoiding Additives
(Feb 23, 2015; Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine) | “Chemicals are found in most foods that we eat. The most common ones prevent food from spoiling as well as added fortifiers,” says Dr. Raquel Hernandez, MD, MPH, director of medical education at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine and assistant professor of pediatrics in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
 
Teen Receives Life-Saving Heart Transplant
(Feb 19, 2015; WTVT Channel 13) | The greatest gift of all is beating inside Tane'a Valery's chest. The 14-year-old's life changed at the start of 2015 when doctors at All Children's Hospital performed a heart transplant.
 
About 3,000 Tampa high school students will learn CPR in school
(Feb 16, 2015; Tampa Bay Times) | The Tampa students were the first of about 3,000 Hills­borough County freshmen to try out new hands-only CPR training kits, which the American Heart Association and St. Petersburg's All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine are providing to eight county high schools this month, including Plant.
 
Wearing red on both sides of Tampa Bay to support heart health
(Feb 6, 2015; Tampa Bay Times) | In St. Petersburg, the Heart Association donated red hats and socks for babies in the cardiovascular intensive care unit at All Children's Johns Hopkins Medicine.
 
Heart association pushes for mandatory CPR in Florida schools
(Feb 5, 2015; Tampa Bay Times) | "The worst thing you can do is stand and wait and look at each other thinking, 'What should I do?'? " said Dr. Gul Dadlani, a pediatric cardiologist at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. "Every minute that person sits, it's a minute that cells in their body are dying."
 
St. Pete doctor warns of measles danger
(Feb 3, 2015; WFLA Channel 8) | "If we're standing in this room right now and I walk out of the room, the virus is still in the air,” said Dr. David Berman of All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg. Visitors to our beaches and theme parks make Florida a likely target. An outbreak in California centered on Disneyland. “It's a plane ride away, a car ride away,” said Dr. Berman.
 
School promotes health with new fitness program
(Feb 3, 2015; WTVT Channel 13) | The program is all possible because of a grant from Florida Blue. All Children's Hospital developed and coordinates the program. "That's really what we are striving to create here, an environment where making a healthy decision and doing healthy activity is a no-brainer,” said Dr. Janelle Garcia with of All Children's Hospital.
 
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.
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