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You’re invited! Join us virtually for the 51st annual Festival of Trees November 30th – December 4th. 🎄 Learn how you can participate, donate, and experience the festivities here:Intr.mn/yEOc50GEUIONj
You’re invited! Join us virtually for the 51st annual Festival of Trees November 30th – December 4th. 🎄 Learn how you can participate, donate, and experience the festivities here:Intr.mn/yEOc50GEUIOGz
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The FDA has authorized, and the CDC has recommended, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for use in children ages 5 to 11. For more information, click here: Intr.mn/QReP50GFNag For more FAQs and locations, click here: Intr.mn/qYX050GFNa9
Register: Intr.mn/RQE850GAFFz, select Patient/Parent from the Institution dropdown. On the next page, enter code TSKEBDY before completing the registration form. This code allows participation in both the workshop, as well as the Scientific Sessions. 4/4 #CNOC2021
Parents and patients are invited to attend the CNOC/ASHA collaborative session on Thursday, November 19th from 5-7pm MST – at no cost. 3/4 #CNOC2021
This endeavor highlights our commitment to optimize outcomes and treat not only the cardiac components of pediatric heart disease, but also strive to heal other physical, social and emotional components affecting the child and family. 2/4 #CNOC2021
To help keep children and families healthy, experts are recommending flu vaccines for people ages 6 months and older as soon as possible. Flu vaccines are available now at @primarychildren's Flu Shot Spot, and in doctor’s offices, clinics and pharmacies. Intr.mn/EFJK50Gwv28
Today, Mitt is a happy, healthy 6 year old all because of the care he received as an infant at Primary Children's Hospital. Your support means kids, like Mitt, have a chance to grow up, regardless of their ability to pay. Give today: Intr.mn/1jaV50GnmD2
Taking precautions for kids can lower exposure risk to COVID-19 this Halloween: Intr.mn/vKjG50GwnfX
Children with cancer and other chronic illnesses soon will benefit from treatment in an enhanced healing environment at Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital’s Lehi campus, thanks to a $5 million gift from The Kahlert Foundation: Intr.mn/vo0r50GwuRk
We'll be joining in for a few of these events! Make sure to drop by and support @ExtraLife4Kids and @primarychildren! Even if you cannot donate, your time and company means a lot to us and we hope to see you there twitter.com/RealDraftPunks…
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#Halloween in the hospital? Show our young patients you care by sending a free, personalized e-card now! 🎃 Send a treat today:Intr.mn/KgnS50GnnqqVp
We’re holding a drive-through flu shot clinic! When: Thursday, Oct. 21, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Where: Primary Children’s Eccles Outpatient Services Building, 81 Mario Capecchi Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Primary Children’s Hospital has created an extended flu shot clinic especially for our patients and their families.
#Halloween in the hospital? Show our young patients you care by sending a free, personalized e-card now! Brighten a patient's Halloween today: Intr.mn/5QVa50Gnnme
Mitt was barely a week old when he developed a life-threatening blockage in his kidney. The nurses and specialists at Primary Children's helped save his life. Support Pennies by the Inch and help kids like Mitt, regardless of their ability to pay. Donate: Intr.mn/oder50GnmyA
Meet Logan Green. Mom Natasha Green and dad Trevor, went on a medical journey that none of them were expecting - AND in the middle of a worldwide pandemic. Watch Logan's story, which was filmed as part of Intermountain's 2020 Annual Report.
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The 10th Annual Primary Children's Hospital Radiothon is underway! Call now and give until it feels good! 🐺❤📲81K
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Primary Children’s Hospital has created an extended flu shot clinic especially for our patients and their families at our Salt Lake City and Riverton locations.
September is #ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth. Two of three childhood cancer survivors will develop chronic health conditions later in life. Primary Children’s is excited about our new Survivorship Clinic that helps these incredible survivors continue to live healthy lives.
September is #ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth. 17,000 kids are diagnosed with cancer each year in the U.S., with approximately 250 of those children living right here in our communities. We are honored to be a nationally-ranked provider offering support for kids with cancer.
September is #ChildhoodCancerAwareness month. Just four days before his seventh birthday, Payson got the news that he had Leukemia. Nearly two and a half years later, Payson was able to finish his cancer treatments. Give today: Intr.mn/jms450G9Tj8
Kids with cancer and other chronic illnesses soon will benefit from treatment in an enhanced healing environment at Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital’s Lehi campus, thanks to a $5 million gift from The Kahlert Foundation. youtu.be/YnWY2rnL-To
When you make a gift to our hospital, we can support patients even beyond our walls by providing them with books to enhance their literacy and learning. You can be part of improving children’s healthcare for the future. 📖 Make a gift today:Intr.mn/rPih50FTMzRwa
Support at our hospital takes many shapes & includes our incredible Music Therapy team. They are one part of the Expressive Therapies program that is trained to support children through their healing journey. 🎶 Help support & donate today:Intr.mn/BLsu50FTMxp5z
When Parker was born, her parents never thought she'd need to be treated for epilepsy. After years of ongoing care & maintenance in the Neurology program, Parker was able to receive the best treatment & is now a happy, thriving 7 year old. Donate: Intr.mn/suN350FTMvs
Advancing healthcare for our kids and grandkids. Children of all ages can join their parents in the HerediGene: Population Study by participating in the HerediGene: Children's Study at Primary Children’s Hospital. Intr.mn/cYm250Fg64U
“DNA is what makes me, me!” In addition to physical traits, we can inherit things that cause disease. HerediGene: Children’s Study aims to improve how we predict, prevent, & treat diseases. Participate at Primary Children’s Hospital Eccles Outpatient Lab. Intr.mn/T3Z650Fg5O3
“Wearing a helmet, every ride, every time, and getting educated before heading out on the trails, would prevent many of these tragedies.” -Jessica Strong, community health manager at Primary's 3/3 Learn more: intermountainhealthcare.org/news/2021/07/p…
Primary Children’s Hospital saw a 34 percent increase in the number of traumatic injuries in kids riding ATVs between 2019 and 2020. So far in 2021, the number of ATV-related injuries is on track to meet or exceed last year’s numbers. 2/3
After seeing a spike in ATV-related injuries in kids, child safety experts at Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital are reminding riders to wear a helmet and to use the right safety gear to prevent tragedy. 1/3 Learn more: intermountainhealthcare.org/news/2021/07/p…
We’re excited about the progress on our Lehi campus. Check out this video of the final beam being lifted into place! More information and updates about the project are available at PrimaryChildrens.org/LehiConstructi….
Children and their families can now participate in the HerediGene: Children’s Study which aims to inspire new connections between DNA and human disease—at Primary Children’s Hospital. 🧬👩Intr.mn/4lBu50Fg5udX3qq
Today, we marked a milestone in the construction of our second hospital as the final steel beam was lifted into place in Lehi, UT. We’re grateful for everyone who is making this project possible and look forward to its completion in early 2024!
Patients, caregivers, community members, and dignitaries “left their mark” on a second hospital we’re building in Lehi by signing their names on a steel beam that was the last one placed onto the structure.
With many businesses, summer camps and activities reopening, soaring June temperatures and family schedules disrupted by the start of summer, tragedy can happen quickly unless everyone is vigilant about safety. For more information, visit primarychildrens.org/safety.
Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital has been ranked as one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals in eight pediatric specialties by @usnews, according to the publication’s 2021-2022 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings. More: Intr.mn/caSz50Fc3Yv
With triple-digit temperatures expected in Utah this week, @primarychildren safety experts are issuing a reminder to parents to never leave a child in a vehicle – even for a minute – to prevent unintended injury or even death. Learn more: Intr.mn/otsC50Fbbr2
Our Children’s Miracle Network partner’s and programs raised more than $3.1 million for Primary Children’s in 2020! We recently thanked them for their incredible support by hosting a safe, drive-thru event where they got to meet our patient champions. Thank you @CMNHospitals!
Kids now have the opportunity to join the world's largest pediatric genetics study—HerediGene: Children’s Study. 🧬Intr.mn/EGQR50F2saG7I
It's almost summer, which means your little ones are probably excited to play outside and go swimming! It's important to use extra caution with kids around water. Consider these tips the next time you are enjoying time in or near water: Intr.mn/5Kqw50EKpcH
Nearly 80 percent of car seats are installed incorrectly. There are a few simple things to remember when choosing and using a car seat for your child. Learn more: Intr.mn/F8j350EKoTG
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Recently, 1,809 pinwheels - one for each child who died nationwide as a result of child abuse in 2019 - were planted on Primary Children’s lawn as a reminder of the gravity of child abuse and a symbol of hope for a safer tomorrow.
After a leukemia diagnosis in 2020, we connected Tia with @Raiders player, @CrosbyMaxx. She inspired Crosby with her positive outlook on fighting cancer. The world has watched Tia dance through her journey with a smile. Recently, Tia rang the bell celebrating reaching remission.
.@Intermountain and @primarychildren are introducing “Healthy Kids” – a comprehensive plan to help create communities that keep children healthy and safe – prompting a $10 million gift from community leader Crystal Maggelet and her family. Read more: Intr.mn/7Fkq50Eboh1
Meet Jocelyn, our 2021 patient champion. Jocelyn’s journey is one of great strength and perseverance. This three-year-old’s story reminds us all what we’re fighting for. @CMNHospitals
Callie has a special heart. She has Congenitial Heart Disease that was diagnosed at @primarychildren fetal heart program before she was born. Our fetal heart program is studying ways to increase early diagnosis. Watch/Read Callie’s story here: Intr.mn/Ov0c50DCUbr #HeartMonth
Information from the study will be used to help researchers better understand genetic diseases, which can be devastating and could be fatal in children, and research new ways to treat them.
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