KMOV shares the story of Paige Breckle, a little girl who was run over by a school bus then transferred to St. Louis Children's Hospital. Two months after the accident, she's back on her feet and recovering well.
Dr. Brad Warner, Surgeon-in-Chief at St. Louis Children's Hospital, and other first responders talk about the emotional toll of repeatedly caring for victims of gun violence.
St. Louis Children's Hospital will soon become the first freestanding children's hospital to offer scene response services. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch shares the details of the new program.
HEC-TV highlights the annual "Clinical Save" celebration, recognizing first responders for their heroic rescues in the field.
NBC's Today Show sits down with hockey star TJ Oshie and his fiance, Lauren. Their baby daughter, Lyla, was diagnosed with gastroschisis in utero, and has been a patient in our NICU since birth.
Dr. Brad Warner discusses a rare condition called congenital diaphragmatic hernia, and diagnostic and treatment options for the disease.
Dr. David Molter discusses the heroic efforts of the team of first responders who rescued a teenager after a critical ATV accident.
MaryAlice McCubbins, trauma nurse practitioner, talks about the rise in serious injuries cased by lawnmowers.
KTVI followed the story of Dr. Brad Warner's patient, baby Hayden, who had surgery to correct an omphalocele.
Episode 3 of The Frontline for Hope aired March 30 on KSDK.
Episode 1 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK Saturday, March 16.
St. Louis Kids Magazine highlights the new TV docuseries airing Saturday nights on KSDK.
The new docuseries featuring St. Louis Children's Hospital, The Frontline for Hope, is announced by the St. Louis American.
KTVI shares the story of an amazing baby born in our Fetal Care Center, with an omphalocele.
Dr. Jackie Saito talks to KTVI about kids and appendicitis: signs, symptoms, and best how doctors can best diagnose the condition.
Pediatric surgeon Jackie Saito shares her research on finding alternatives to CT scans for appendicitis, and the importance of reducing radiation exposure in children.
Dr. Brad Warner, director of surgery, speaks with reporters in Quincy, Illinois about a rare genetic disease called congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
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