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I am participating in the Loyola Medicine 5K for Kids on June 4 to support pediatric health care programs at Loyola Medicine. Each year, thousands of families turn to Loyola to care for their sick or injured children. By joining me or making a donation to this cuase, you are helping to celebrate health, inspire hope and become a hero for Loyola's youngest patients.
Did you know...
- Loyola University Medical Center is the birthplace of the world’s smallest surviving baby. The baby was born on September 19, 2004 and weighed just 9.17 ounces.
- The overall survival rate of infants in Loyola’s NICU is 98 percent. As a level-III perinatal center, Loyola offers the latest technology, therapies and techniques to care for premature and sick infants.
- Loyola's Pediatric Mobile Health Unit was the first of its kind in the Midwest. This 13-ton, 40-foot clinic on wheels has treated more than 100,000 children throughout Chicago and its suburbs.
- Loyola's Ronald McDonald Children's Hospital opened in 1996 as a hospital within a hospital, offering a 50-bed level-III NICU, a 14-bed pediatric intensive care unit, a monitored unit for infant and toddlers and 34 general pediatic beds.
Join me today and you can be a hero, too!
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