While construction at Johns Hopkins All Children's research and education building is underway, workers help to cheer on patients going through infusion treatments with a dance party.
The 225,000 square feet, 7 floor, Johns Hopkins All Children's Research and Education Building will play home to research lab space and offices, as well as an expanded pediatric biorepository. Construction is expected to be complete in 2018.
Tune in to US 103.5 to hear patients and families from all around the area are sharing their stories about the role that All Children's Hospital plays in their lives on Thursday, December 3th and Friday, December 4th from 6am to 7pm.
All funds raised through the Radiothon go directly to All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg and its outreach locations throughout west central Florida.
Who better to teach you about an issue than those living with it?
That's the premise behind "My Life, My Illness."
This award-winning video project is a cooperative effort of All Children's Child Life and Creative Services Departments. It serves as a tool to help pediatric physicians and nurses in training develop more effective communication skills by understanding what it's like to be a child with a chronic or life-threatening illness.