The Division of Gastroenterology seeks funding to purchase equipment for testing gastrointestinal motility—the movement of food through the digestive system. Currently patients must travel to another state to undergo this type of testing. Donate now to support this urgent need.
The Division of Ophthalmology seeks funding to purchase equipment for its newly created pediatric refractive surgery program. Refractive surgery is a treatment option for the eye condition amblyopia—commonly referred to as “lazy eye”—which is the most common reason for visual impairment among children. Donate now to support this urgent need.
The Frances H. McClelland Rehabilitation Center seeks funding to expand from 4,816 square feet of therapy space to over 12,000 square feet. The new facilities will include two large gyms, a technology gym, feeding treatment rooms, a sensory gym and other specialized areas. Donate now to support this urgent need.
The Heart Center seeks funding for a manikin to be used by physicians and fellows for ECMO and cardiopulmonary bypass simulation training. Donate now to support this urgent need.
The Heart Center seeks funding to establish a lectureship series that will bring thought leaders in every area of cardiology to Phoenix Children’s to share their clinical and research expertise with Heart Center physicians, fellows, residents and staff. Donate now to support this urgent need.
The Heart Center seeks funding to develop a research infrastructure. Specific needs include support staff such as research coordinators and statisticians as well as a research database that can store the vast amount of scientific information generated by the Heart Center. Donate now to support this urgent need.