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Construction advancing quickly

Every day, the new Golisano Children’s Hospital construction site takes huge leaps forward. Right now, two floors of steel have been built atop the foundation work done over the winter and early spring. Another section on the south east side … Continue reading

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Time Lapse Video Captures Construction

Golisano Children’s Hospital’s families, faculty, staff, and supporters have had the opportunity to watch the construction progress in a few different ways. Whether walking by the entrance to the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center by the main lobby, or watching … Continue reading

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Big Changes as Construction Continues

So many changes have been made since the ground was officially broken in November for the future Golisano Children’s Hospital. The construction team continues to work through the sun, rain, snow, and sleet and we love seeing the progress! We … Continue reading

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Grateful Parents Help Design Future NICU

When premature babies are admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) their parents want to spend as much private time with them as possible. The current NICU, however, lacks the adequate space for them to do so. As many … Continue reading

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Interior Design of Golisano Children’s Hospital to Be Soothing, Engaging

The new Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center will be a place of healing, but it will also be a place to celebrate who our patients, families, faculty and staff are. Ballinger architects and hospital staff … Continue reading

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Virtual 3D Model of New Golisano Children’s Hospital Ready for Viewing

Golisano Children’s Hospital is forging ahead with its plans to build a brand new state-of-the-art children’s hospital for our community’s children and families. Plans are coming along quickly, as nurses, doctors, parents, architects, builders and staff members join forces to … Continue reading

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Golisano Children’s Hospital Moves into New Phase of Planning

Every week of planning brings us one week closer to breaking ground and building our new home for specialized pediatric care for the region’s children and families. This week, Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center and … Continue reading

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Pediatrician-in-Chief Shows off Plan for New Golisano Children’s Hospital

Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) is excited to share updated plans for the new Golisano Children’s Hospital, set to break ground in late summer or early fall. In the featured video above, Dr. Nina Schor, … Continue reading

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Hospital Design Puts Children and Families First

At first glance, it is apparent that the new Golisano Children’s Hospital is designed around the common theme of supporting our patients – and their families. The most exciting features of the new building are the many spaces planned for gathering, playing, … Continue reading

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Wrap Up 2011 with a Smile

There’s still an opportunity to make 2011 a year to be proud of. Before you start closing the book on this year, we invite you to join the ranks of the many charitable groups, individuals, families, friends, colleagues and peers … Continue reading

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