Children's Hospital Physicians Achieve New Certification
Two Children's Hospital hospitalists recently earned the first ever Pediatric Hospital Medicine Board Certifications in the nation.
September DAISY Award Winner is Kathleen Clarke
Congratulations to September DAISY Award winner Kathleen Clarke. Kathleen is an RN in on the 2nd floor.
September Sunflower Award Winner is Bailee Cavin
The Sunflower Award Winner for September 2019 is Bailee Cavin. Bailee is a Medical Services Unit Tech.
Two Hospital Leaders Recognized by Tennessee Hospital Association
This year the Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) recognized two leaders from East Tennessee Children's Hospital for outstanding service in their fields.
Doctors' Orders: Vaping Risks For Teens
The rise in vaping among teens is alarming parents and doctors. Since August, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital has reported 3 cases of patients with severe respiratory illnesses.
Hospital Innovation Center Will Be State-of-the-Art, Unprecedented
This fall, construction begins on the Children's Hospital Simulation Lab and Innovation Center. Located on the first floor of the South Tower, the planned 11,788 square-foot center will feature training rooms, simulation space and equipment that is groundbreaking in pediatric medicine.
Doctors' Orders: When are stitches needed?
Kids love to play. Between playgrounds, sports fields, and the ins-and-outs of everyday activities, bumps and scrapes can happen. Every once in a while medical attention is needed. Here are some common questions we get from parents about stitches, scrapes and scratches.