INCREASE IN DROWNINGS: PARENTS & CAREGIVERS SHOULD PUT DOWN THEIR CELL PHONES

It has become common knowledge that distracted driving and cell phone usage results in vehicle crashes, injuries, and deaths on our roadways. Recent evidence also demonstrates the devastating impact of […]

Adaptive Recreation Clinic

Community Children’s Pediatric Therapies and CMC’s Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation staff are once again hosting the annual adaptive recreation clinic. This clinic is for children and adults who will benefit […]

NEW GENDER CLINIC FOR KIDS AND ADOLESCENTS

Community Children’s Pediatric Specialty Clinic is pleased to introduce a new specialty, Gender Care. This program is offered in collaboration with the Seattle Children’s Gender Clinic and Dr. Juanita Hodax. […]

Support Families to Prevent Child Abuse

Spring has finally arrived in Missoula! Birds are chirping and flowers are blossoming. Although it’s a difficult subject to talk about, April also happens to be National Child Abuse Prevention […]

DAISY AWARD WINNER: JENNIFER CRAWFORD, RN

Congratulations to Jennifer Crawford, RN who received this month’s Daisy Award. She was nominated by a recent NICU family. “I would like to nominate Jennifer Crawford, NICU Unit for the […]

JACKIE MEE HAS BECOME A CERTIFIED PEDIATRIC NURSE

Congratulations Jackie Mee for achieving a professional milestone in becoming a Certified Pediatric Nurse. The Certified Pediatric Nurse credential is the gold standard for the pediatric specialty. Jackie joins 25,000 […]

EMERGENCY NEED: Patients who rely on blood and platelet transfusions need your help now!

The American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood and platelet donors to give now to help save lives following a significant donation shortfall over the winter holidays. Here’s […]

Hidden Killers: Button Batteries

“Technology is, of course, a double edged sword.  Fire can cook our food, but also burn us.”  – Jason Silva Since the 1800’s when the principle behind batteries was discovered, […]

Boo Bags from Polson

More often than not, children are admitted to the hospital unexpectedly due to a sudden illness or trauma leaving behind their blankies or a favorite stuffed animal. Polson resident Nancy Hausermann […]

Today we Honor the Little Lives that Departed Too Soon

October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, a day meant to show support, educate, and create awareness for those who are suffering or may know someone who has suffered […]