The tiniest babies in the hospital get treasured holiday photos with Santa.
For Hope Gonyon, a 9-year-old who has spina bifida, surgery gives a boost in independence.
As Dr. Bob Connors steps down as president of Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, he looks back on a career dedicated to caring for children—as a pediatric surgeon, an administrator and a tireless advocate.
A 21-year-old college student battles back from a stroke and returns to the hospital a year later to thank the team who saved her life.
Kids take a break from hospital rooms and medical appointments to play, meet Santa and choose gifts.
Screening found early-stage cancer in Marty LaBrecque’s lung. After minimally invasive surgery, the former smoker is free of cancer and ready to live.
For a preschooler with autism, play-based speech therapy challenges him to use language in a natural context.
Sara Riemersma overdosed on pain medication. Spectrum Health saved her life. As a paramedic, she's now paying it forward, saving other lives.
When swelling and pain sidelined his marathon runs, Wallace Isaac Gaunichaux turned to specialists to uncover and treat a potentially dangerous vein syndrome.
Swimming in the World Transplant Games lets Fred Nelis test his limits.
Best friends have babies the same morning in the same hospital.
Susan prayed every night for two years someone would come to her orphanage in Myanmar and offer the surgery she needed to speak clearly.