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Trained and nationally certified, furry volunteers bring smiles, lower stress levels, lift moods and improve recovery.
Board-certified, interfaith chaplains and volunteers offer compassion and counseling to heal pain medicine can’t touch.
At our fully equipped classroom or bedside, Master’s level educators help children keep up with their studies while they heal.
With books, podcasts, apps and other media, Emily Center is stacked with resources to help children understand medical concepts.
For kid-friendly transport, red wagons are available as a functional alternative to wheelchairs, funded by philanthropy.
To inspire creativity, art supplies are available throughout the building to keep active minds busy during Hospital stays and treatment.
The “Happiest Place in the Hospital” gives the patients the chance to just have fun through dance, art, video games and more.
Delivering healthcare to underserved communities, our big blue buses bring free medical care to homeless youth in Phoenix.
Specialists play with purpose and help patients and families reduce stress, anxiety and fear during treatment and hospitalization.
3D printed models help doctors, patients and families see and touch an organ or tumor, improving communication and patient care.
Nested in each infant’s incubator in the NICU, cameras give parents peace of mind as they monitor babies via smartphones.