For the past year, the Department of Family and Community Medicine has implemented a version of a program called Reach Out and Read with great success. In the program, medical providers hand out free books at well-child appointments, which opens the door to discuss the importance of literacy with moms and dads. Reading to a child aids in brain development, social interactions and emotional health, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
You've probably heard of the Ronald McDonald House of Hershey — located across the street from Penn State Children's Hospital. We get answers to your questions about Ronald McDonald House from Karla Mitchell, Ronald McDonald House Charities Executive Director, and Amy Leonard, Ronald McDonald House Charities Development Manager.
While Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center is known for the exceptional medical care it provides, there's another kind of care that's a top priority at the health campus as well – care for the environment. Three recent initiatives underway inside the buildings and outside on the grounds are examples of how the health […]
A major donation will boost efforts by Penn State Children's Hospital to keep babies safe in vehicles across central Pennsylvania. Nuna is donating 390 of its infant car seats to the hospital's Pediatric Injury Prevention Program.
Every minute counts in the care of acutely ill and injured patients. Life Lion saves not only precious time, but also delivers specialized care and treatment for all ages. Maybe you wondered how Life Lion uses GPS to find a location? Maybe you wondered how fast it could fly or how it monitors the weather?