When Don Fournier was in danger of bleeding to death after a snowmobile accident, a small, innovative device came to his rescue.
Sixteen-year-old Lizzie planned to take part in Project Night Lights—just not as a patient.
At 53, Mark Lackey didn't know how much longer he would live. But then a team of experts crafted a unique fix for the hole in his heart.
Shanna Ruffner's hand pain cost her the ability to barrel race. But after in-office carpal tunnel release surgery, she's en route to resuming life.
“It’s a miracle,” says Jack Hofstra, 92, after he got a new heart valve through a minimally invasive procedure.
Child Life team members brighten the days of young patients.
After a woman suffers a stroke that affects her retina, hyperbaric medicine treatments help restore vision.
Help say good night and send best wishes to kiddos at the children's hospital by participating in Project Night Lights.
From joy and sorrow, from love and loss comes the long-awaited addition of healthy triplets.
They wanted their preemie son at their wedding, so they wed in the chapel of the children's hospital where he has spent his first six months of life.
A multisensory machine creates a stress-free hospital visit for a young man with special needs.
When Lester Cramer developed a blockage in his carotid artery, his surgeons used a new technique shown to reduce risk of strokes.