Kimberly’s pregnancy quickly turned from a joyous occasion to an expectant mother’s worst nightmare.
A new, donor-funded book is helping to educate ankle-foot orthoses (AFO) users at Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre.
Raynham’s brain was swelling and her body systems were shutting down. She was at high risk of suffering a stroke and having permanent brain damage if she survived at all.
Raynham McArthur is our Children’s Miracle Network Champion.
HAMILTON, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation and Walmart associates from across the region gathered in Brantford to celebrate 16-year-old Natalie Hammond of Burford being named the 2019 Children’s Miracle Network Champion. Read more
HAMILTON, ON: McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation celebrated the opening of the Wellness Courtyard at McMaster Children’s Hospital on October 16, which will benefit pediatric mental health patients by enhancing the clinical care they receive. Read more
Mila began to complain about severe headaches. In January 2016, the five-year-old from Welland also started to vomit frequently. Read more
HAMILTON, ON: In recognition of Scotiabank’s 25 years of supporting McMaster Children’s Hospital Foundation, the 2G Child and Youth Clinic at McMaster Children’s Hospital was renamed the “Scotiabank Child and Youth Clinic” on November 6. Read more
Self-harming became a regular part of Samantha’s life. Read more
Just like adults, newborns can experience strokes, aneurysms or any other neurological complications. Read more