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Oh, Christmas Tree…

>Decorated trees for Christmas are a German tradition that became popular in this country beginning in the mid-19th century, and now almost everyone has a decorated tree or even two, real or artificial. Some houses have individual trees in almost every room and many people go to great lengths to create lavish and coordinated holiday […]

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Children’s wins another award

>You know, I think I’m sort of a good luck charm. Since I began working at Children’s in April 2008, the hospital has experienced one major success after the other. First, there was the opening of Children’s at Legacy. The completion of the stand-alone satellite hospital qualified Children’s as the nation’s only pediatric healthcare system. […]

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A New Perspective

A new perspective

Amy Parker Ferguson has been associated with Children’s since 1989, when she was a Care Flite paramedic. Her exposure to the work of Children’s led her to go to nursing school and to obtain a master’s in education. But it was the birth of her daughter Gabrielle that led to a new perspective on the […]

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