Physician Connection | January/February 2017

CHOC Named one of the Safest Hospitals in the Nation

CHOC Children’s Hospital has once again been named a “Top Hospital” by The Leapfrog Group for providing the safest and highest quality health care services to patients. Read More.

In the Spotlight: Seth Brindis, M.D.

Dr. Seth Brindis, a board-certified pediatric emergency medicine specialist and medical director of informatics, performs magic for his patients.

News from CHOC Pediatrician-In-Chief, Dr. Nick Anas

Dr. Nick Anas reflects on a few of the milestones that were achieved at CHOC Children’s in 2016.

New Coordinated-Care Tools for High-Risk Asthma Patients Improving Health, Costs

As a prevalent health care problem in Southern California, asthma results in emergency (ED) visits, hospital admissions, school days missed and administration of complex medications to manage the condition.

Infantile Spasms: What Pediatricians Should Know

Though seizures in children are always worrisome, pediatricians should be especially watchful for infantile spasms, a type of epilepsy that occurs in young infants typically between ages 3 and 8 months.
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