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Candy stripers on hand for face painting

Community Day

October 17, 2019

Parents got a “peek” at the new MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavillion while the kids got to play.

Children's hospital patient tours the almost finished hospital

Transforming Care

August 16, 2019

Conceived and designed by families and care team members

Canvas of footprints

Palliative care

October 15, 2018

Includes end-of-life care, but is different from hospice in that it often begins at diagnosis and continues throughout treatment.

Rendering of the rooftop helipad

Helipad aids in regional care

May 15, 2018

The MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital will be equipped with a rooftop helipad for patients flown in from all over the state and beyond

Rendering of NICU couplet care room

NICU couplet care

March 15, 2018

NICU couplet care keeps newborn babies in the same room as their mothers instead of a special nursery.

Babies wear read during heart month at MUSC

The heart of our new hospital

February 16, 2018

During American Heart Month, we are pleased to tell you a little more about the heart center that will open in the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital

Rendering of the rooftop play area

A place of peace and healing

March 20, 2017

The idea is to create normal childhood experiences for patients who wouldn’t normally have that in a hospital setting

Rendering of a 10th floor pediatric cancer patient room

Pediatric cancer center

September 21, 2016

More than 75 percent of the children diagnosed with cancer are today hitting the 10-year survival rate generally considered as a “cure.”

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