Author Archives: Golisano Childrens Hospital

We’ve moved!

Thank you for being dedicated readers of the Golisano Children’s Hospital blog! We’ve moved to a new location and we hope you’ll follow us there. It’s http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/childrens-hospital/giving/miracle-milestones.aspx. If you usually receive the blog by email, you should continue to do … Continue reading

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New Mouse Model May Open New Autism Treatment Research Avenues

When a scientist comes up with a great idea for new research, the biggest obstacle is often funding. Landing those big federal grants takes seed money and proof that the idea is worth pursuing, but seed money isn’t readily available. … Continue reading

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“Get Down On It” with the 27th annual Gala

The Rochester Riverside Convention Center will be transformed into a tropical getaway for the 27th annual Golisano Children’s Hospital Gala on Oct. 18. Hundreds of advocates for sick and injured children will gather for the jungle-themed black-tie fundraising affair, dedicated to … Continue reading

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Family Learns Lupus Can Be Managed

The diagnosis was devastating, and Bobbie and Steve Clark were taking turns. One would stay in the hospital room, showing a strong face for their daughter Tessa, while the other took to the hallway to safely shed their tears. “I … Continue reading

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Construction Corner: A look inside

Take a look inside the future Golisano Children’s Hospital with these interior photos (and a few good external shots)! Featured in our upcoming Strong Kids newsletter, these pictures take you down the corridor of the third floor, otherwise known as the … Continue reading

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Cleft and Craniofacial Camp to Celebrate Awareness Month

July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month. A number of patients and families who are part of Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies Center will create awareness together at the center’s annual Craniofacial Camp on Friday, July 18. … Continue reading

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Eddie Meath All-Stars Bond with Patients Before Big Game

Top Section V football players and cheerleaders took the time to bond with patients at UR Medicine’s Golisano Children’s Hospital over some Abbott’s Frozen Custard on Wednesday, July 2, all before their big east vs. west Eddie Meath All-Star Game. … Continue reading

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Wilson Foundation Gives $500,000 to General Pediatrics

Inspired by the generosity and legacy of its founders, Joseph C. Wilson ’31 and Peggy Wilson, the Wilson Foundation has awarded $500,000 to establish The Wilson Community Pediatrics Fund in the Division of General Pediatrics at UR Medicine’s Golisano Children’s … Continue reading

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Sun Shines on Construction Site for Summer

The brick is laid. The windows are in. The crane will be taken down soon. From the outside, UR Medicine’s new Golisano Children’s Hospital looks almost done. In reality, a lot more work is ongoing inside, and we need the … Continue reading

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Golisano Children’s Hospital Orthopaedics among Nation’s Best

The orthopaedic specialists at UR Medicine’s Golisano Children’s Hospital have earned a place on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals listing for the sixth year in a row. In the recently-released 2014-2015 rankings, the service ranked 44th among 183 eligible pediatric centers. … Continue reading

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