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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When sunshine is the best medicine, doctors are writing prescriptions
(Sep 24, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Raquel Hernandez, Director of Medical Education at St. Petersburg's All Children's Hospital, has prescribed outdoor activity to patients, and believes the non-traditional prescription is a script for a much-needed conversation at home.
 
On Call: When is corporal punishment abuse?
(Sep 22, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Joe Perno talks about corporal punishment and helps parent better understand when it crosses over to possible abuse.
 
When kids struggle with cancer
(Sep 17, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | The new FOX series 'Red Band Society' sheds light on life inside a children's hospital. It's a show that has a mix of drama and comedy in hopes of shedding light on what the kids go through. We met the real-life patients at the cancer unit at All Children's Hospital, including Taylor Goethals. She became a cancer survivor at 15 years old.
 
On Call: Dealing with Acne
(Sep 15, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Mularoni joins Good Day Tampa Bay to provide information about ways to control and minimize acne in teenagesrs.
 
Virus sickens hundreds, FL doctors on-guard
(Sep 8, 2014; WFLA Channel 8) | There's no treatment for it. It's very much a cold or cough virus. You can also have vomiting and diarrhea, fever and usually it's just treated with supportive care,” said Dr. Wassam Rahman, Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Center at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg.
 
CDC warns of fast-spreading virus that has hit kids in Midwest
(Sep 8, 2014; Tampa Bay Times) | Parents need not hit the panic button, said Dr. Juan Dumois, director of the pediatric infectious disease program at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine in St. Petersburg. He pointed out that most children with a respiratory illness get better on their own and are never tested for the particular strain of enterovirus causing the recent outbreak.
 
On Call: Enterovirus
(Sep 8, 2014; WTVT Channel 13) | Dr. Perno discusses enterovirus 68, a respiratory illness trending in 10 states.
 
FL Groups Get $4.7M for Healthy Start
(Sep 5, 2014; WUSF Radio) | Six Florida groups have been awarded a total of $4.7 million in federal Healthy Start grants aimed at improved maternal health and lower infant mortality rates. All Children's physician Sheila Devanesan said the first priority is to set up pregnant mothers with "medical homes," with healthcare providers they see regularly.
 
Medical students invent foam tool to treat battlefield wounds
(Sep 4, 2014; Bradenton Herald) | Because many of the students have graduated from Hopkins or moved on to other classes, the continued development and testing of the device falls to doctors who sponsored the class project at All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla., part of the Johns Hopkins Medicine system and a training site for medics in the Green Berets, Navy SEALS, Army Rangers and Marine Special Forces.
 
All Children’s snags $850K grant
(Sep 3, 2014; Tampa Tribune) | All Children’s Hospital will receive an $850,000 grant to help combat infant mortality. The Healthy Start grant announced Wednesday will help All Children’s to serve about 1,100 people a year, according to a news release.
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