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USDA Research Leader Sean H. Adams, PhD, Named Next Director of Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (July 16, 2014) – The Arkansas Children's Nutrition Center (ACNC) on the campus of Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) will be under new leadership for the first time since its 1995 inception when a scientist renowned ...

Arkansas Children’s Hospital Receives National Excellence in Healthcare Awards for Quality of Care, Achievement

Professional Research Consultants Recognize ACH with 13 Top Honors LITTLE ROCK, AR (July 8, 2014) – Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) received 13 National Excellence in Healthcare Awards from Professional Research Consultants (PRC) for ...

Arkansas Children's Hospital Launches Versant RN Residency Program

Click here to download more information about the Versant RN Residency Program at Arkansas Children's Hospital.

EZ Spanish Media Raises More Than $317,000 for Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Most recent Radiothon events bring cumulative total raised for Arkansas Children's Hospital over five years to $1 million. LITTLE ROCK, ARK (May 21, 2014) -- EZ Spanish Media, parent company of La Zeta radio stations in Little Rock and Northwest ...

ACH Cardiology Listed among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Pediatric Subspecialties; ACH Heart Transplant Program Ranked “Superior”

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (June 12, 2014) – Families in Arkansas receive world-class care for their children's heart conditions, according to U.S. News and World Report, which ranked Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) among its Best ...

Walmart and Sam’s Club Locations Raise Vital Funds for Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Donations Collected May 1 – June 11 through the CMN Hospitals Campaign Stay in Your Community to Help Local Kids LITTLE ROCK [May 8, 2014] — From May 1 through June 11, Walmart customers and Sam's Club members can help change ...

Conference in Little Rock to Focus on New Research Frontier with Tremendous Implications for Autism, Other Chronic Diseases Slated for June 26, Arka

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (May 22, 2014) – A conference in Little Rock next month will bring together some of the world's foremost scientists to discuss one of the hottest topics in medical research: the microbiome. Investigators, parents and others ...

Arkansas Children’s Hospital Participates in 2014 Summer Food Service Program

Arkansas Children's Hospital is participating in the 2014 Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and ...

Walmart and Sam's Club Locations Raise Vital Funds for Arkansas Children's Hospital

Donations Collected May 1 – June 11 through the CMN Hospitals Campaign Stay in Your Community to Help Local Kids LITTLE ROCK [May 8, 2014] — From May 1 through June 11, Walmart customers and Sam's Club members can help change ...

Arkansas Children’s Hospital Begins Participation in After School Meals Program on May 19

Arkansas Children’s Hospital is participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s After School Meals Program, starting May 19, 2014. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of ...

ACH Honors Arkansas First Lady, Local Physicians at Ruth Olive Beall & Betty A. Lowe, MD, Awards

Note to editors: For high-resolution photos and more information about the ACH Ruth Olive Beall and Betty A. Lowe, MD, Awards, click here. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (April 17, 2014) – Community leaders and physicians who have advanced pediatric health ...

Judd Hill Foundation Gives $1 Million to Centers for Children in Jonesboro

The Arkansas Children's Hospital/University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences collaboration provides patients and families from northeast Arkansas direct access to specialized pediatric health care. JONESBORO, AR (Mar. 18, 2014) – Today, the ...

Dr. Angela Green Promoted to Vice President / Performance Improvement at Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Dr. Angela Green Promoted to Vice President / Performance Improvement at Arkansas Children's Hospital (Little Rock, Arkansas – March 18, 2014) – Angela Green, PhD, APRN, NNP-BC, has been promoted to vice president of Performance ...

New Natural Wonders Report Updates Data, Showing Children Need Better Access to Care, Nutritious Meals, Health Education

New Natural Wonders Report Updates Data, Showing Children Need Better Access to Care, Nutritious Meals, Health Education LITTLE ROCK, AR. (March 13, 2014) – Arkansas children are more likely to receive preventive dental care, immunizations and ...

ACH Offers Toy Safety Tips for Happy and Healthy Holidays

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Dec. 20, 2013) – The holidays are upon us and along with the carols, hot cocoa and cookies, gift-giving is a favorite activity shared among family and friends. As we shop for that perfect gift for a child, safety should be a ...

Parents and Teens Work Together to Stay Safe on the Road

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Oct. 23, 2013) – Despite major progress in road safety, car crashes continue to be the leading cause of death among teens ages 15-19 in the United States. In its continuing commitment to safety, the Injury Prevention Center at ...

Celebrate National Farm-to-School Month with ACHRI Projects across Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Oct. 7, 2013) – October is National Farm-to-School Month, a time to celebrate with the Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) the connections that are happening all over the country between schools and ...

Arkansas Children’s Hospital Donates Heart-Lung Bypass Machine to the International Children’s Heart Foundation

MEMPHIS, TN (October 2, 2013) – Everyone knows the great work of Arkansas Children's Hospital's efforts to save lives at home but did you know they are active in saving lives abroad? By making a simple donation of equipment to the ...

ACHRI, ACNC Begin Focus on Link between Physiology and Obesity with Addition of New Researcher and Physical Fitness Lab

ACHRI, ACNC Begin Focus on Link between Physiology and Obesity with Addition of New Researcher and Physical Fitness Lab LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Sept. 23, 2013) – Research into childhood obesity will have an integral focus on metabolism and physical ...

Arkansas Center for Birth Defects Research Receives $3.5 Million from CDC to Study How Moms’ Prenatal Exposures to Disease, Medications Affect Babie

Arkansas Center for Birth Defects Research Receives $3.5 Million from CDC to Study How Moms' Prenatal Exposures to Disease, Medications Affect Babies LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Sept. 19, 2013) – The Arkansas Center for Birth Defects Research and ...

Students to Complete 11 Public Service Projects in Arkansas

The news release below from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service details the projects that its students will work as part of the program, including one such project taking place on the ACH campus: Eleven teams of Clinton School ...

Northwest & Northeast Arkansas Families Can Find Important Health Resources on Revamped Centers for Children Website

Northwest & Northeast Arkansas Families Can Find Important Health Resources on Revamped Centers for Children Website LITTLE ROCK, AR. (Aug. 19, 2013) — For parents of kids in northwest and northeast Arkansas, finding the best pediatric ...

New President & CEO Marcy Doderer Takes the Helm at ACH

During First Day on the Job Receives "Keys" to the Hospital LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (July 15, 2013) – Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) begins a new era today as Marcy Doderer, FACHE ( Fellow of the American College of Healthcare ...

Cars Can be a Danger Zone: Don’t Leave Kids in Hot Vehicles

Cars Can be a Danger Zone: Don't Leave Kids in Hot Vehicles Interior Heat Rises 15 Degrees Every 9 Minutes LITTLE ROCK, AR. (July 8, 2013) — As temperatures in Arkansas continue to rise, it is difficult to imagine that any parent could ever ...

Fireworks Can Spark Danger; Leave them to the Pros this July 4th

LITTLE ROCK, AR. (July 1, 2013) — Little do parents know, the sparklers they could be handing their child to play with during Fourth of July festivities could create a flame that could feed a dangerous fire. Arkansas Children's Hospital ...
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