4 People Struck By Car; 2 Year Old In Critical ConditionAuthorities say, the vehicle was going around illegally parked cars when he struck the 4 pedestrians. The driver of the vehicle says he did not see them.
New Donor Mothers' Milk Bank Opens At CHOPThe Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Mothers' Milk Bank opened Wednesday afternoon.
Zion Harvey Heads Home Following Double Hand Transplant At CHOPThe 8-year-old became the youngest patient ever to receive the procedure.
Popular Pet Therapy Program At CHOP Is ExpandingThe Gerald Shreiber Pet Therapy Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is so popular, it's being substantially expanded.
Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia To Open New Outpatient FacilityThe first phase of a unique pediatric out-patient facility, with a goal to help make appointments less scary for the kids, is set to open this Monday.
Six-Year-Old Suffers Fracture After Being Shot In The Foot In Grays FerryThe six-year-old is in stable condition at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Leah Still Is Heading HomeLeah Still is heading home after seven weeks spent receiving cancer treatment at CHOP.
Pa. Study: Kids in Foster Care 3 Times As Likely To Get Psych DrugsResearchers found that while about 15 percent of all children in Pennsylvania covered by Medicaid receive psychotropic drugs -- drugs that work on their brains -- about 45 percent of those in foster care do.
Devon Still And Daughter Leah Present CHOP With DonationNFL player Devon Still and his daughter Leah presented Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with a check for $141,428.53.
New Children's Hospital Branch in King of Prussia, Pa. is DedicatedThe new, 135,000-square-foot facility will house all the services that CHOP has offered in King of Prussia, including urgent care, but this facility also has an ambulatory surgery center.
CHOP Unveils New Book Teaching Kids What To Expect At HospitalsThe new Berenstain Bears book was unveiled Wednesday morning.
Woman Heading Back to Phila. To Face Charges of Abandoning Disabled SonA spokesman for the Montgomery County, Md., state's attorney's office says 41-year-old Nyia Parler waived her extradition hearing and was being processed for return to Philadelphia.