Lucile Salter Packard Childrens Hospital At Stanford
Rating: 4 stars 2 reviews
Location: 725 Welch Rd Palo Alto CA 94304 USA
To serve our communities as an internationally-recognized pediatric and obstetric hospital that:
* advances family-centered care;
* fosters innovation;
* translates discoveries;
* educates health care providers and leaders; and
* advocates on behalf of children and expectant mothers.
Lucile Packard Children?s Hospital CARES through:
* Collaborating to reach goals
* Advancing a family-centered approach to treatment
* Respecting our patients, their families and our co-workers
* Educating, innovating and translating discoveries in pediatrics and obstetrics
* Serving our community through outreach and advocacy
Our vision is to drive innovation in the most challenging areas of pediatrics and obstetrics to improve the quality of life for children and expectant mothers and those who love and care for them.
Programs: LPCH serves the needs of children and expectant mothers in our local area as well as regionally and nationally. In 2003, the hospital had 73,000 inpatient days and 103,000 outpatient clinic visits. We also operate four satellite locations and 51 outreach sites.
Services available at LPCH include:
* Adolescent Medicine * Allergy, Asthma, & Clinical Immunology * Audiology * Bone Marrow Transplantation * Cardiology * Cardiothoracic Surgery * Craniofacial Anomalies * Dermatology * Diabetes * Ear, Nose, & Throat (ENT) * Eating Disorders * Endocrinology * Gastroenterology, Hepatology, & Nutrition * Genetics * Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery * Heart Transplantation * Heart-Lung & Lung Transplantation * Hematology * Infectious Diseases * Kidney Transplantation * Liver Transplantation * Marfan Syndrome & Related Connective Tissue Disorders * Mobile Medical Clinics * Movement Disorders * Neonatology * Nephrology * Neurology * Neurosurgery * Nuclear Medicine * Oncology * Ophthalmology * Orthopedics * Pain Management * Pediatrics, General * Plastic Surgery * Pregnancy Services * Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent * Pulmonary Medicine & Cystic Fibrosis * Radiation Oncology * Rheumatology * Sleep Disorders * Stem Cell Transplantation * Surgery, General Pediatric * Urology Clinic * Vascular Surgery * Anesthesia * Blood Center * Cardiac Catheterization and Angiography * Case Management * Chaplain Services * Critical Care Services * Day Hospital * Echocardiography Laboratory * Electrocardiography Laboratory * Electroencephalography (EEG) Laboratory * Electromyography and Evoked Potential Laboratory * Emergency Department * Exercise Laboratory * Government Relations and Advocacy * International Medical Services * Laboratory Medicine & Anatomical Pathology * Motion and Gait Analysis Laboratory * Nutrition Services * Pharmacy Services * Physical and Occupational Therapy * Pulmonary Function Laboratory * Radiology * Recreation Therapy and Child Life * Rehabilitation Services * Respiratory Care Services * Social Services * Speech and Language * Transport * Trauma
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Have volunteered as a Baby Cuddler at LPCH since 1997. During my weekly shift, my role is to hold babies, mostly preemies, but really I interact with little ones of all ages. As a Cuddler, our "job" is to hold and talk to the babies, calm them when they fuss, perhaps change a diaper, but mostly help them connect to another human when Mom/Dad aren't available. Often the babies are hospitalized for weeks, even months, depending on their medical situation. The babies respond to touch, breath, voice, and my heart beat in ways that words cannot describe. Over the years, as things have changed in my life, the Cuddler role remains consistent year after year. The hospital holds annual new Cuddler interviews, if you are interested contact lpch.org.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Encourage more men to volunteer as Baby Cuddlers, the new Dad's need good role models too.
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