Monthly Archives: August 2016

Race for our Kids – Meet Tyler

Tyler Farmer, a college student who loves playing the saxophone and videogames, was always healthy until March of 2015 when he started having shoulder pain. Tyler tried to ignore it but after a few weeks of experiencing discomfort, he decided to get checked out. Tyler went for a MRI that led to life changing news.…
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Race for our Kids – Meet Bradley

Unlike his siblings who were born prematurely, Bradley Hayden was born healthy and on time.  Bradley’s oldest biological sister, Isabella, and adopted sister, Hope, were born premature at 31 weeks at Sinai.  William, his adopted baby brother, was also born early.  Bradley also had a foster brother, Anthony, who sadly passed away due to health…
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Summer Treat: We Beat the Heat with Ice Cream and Smiles!

Children and families at the Herman and Walter Samuleson Children’s Hospital recently got a sweet treat when representatives from Friendly’s, Macks Restaurants and STNL Advisors stopped by to deliver ice cream as well as a $10,000 donation. Here’s the scoop: Andy and Shannon Fee from Macks Restaurants and Stephen Olefson from STNL Advisors handed out…
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The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Sinai Hospital Earns Highest Designation from National Epilepsy Organization

Baltimore, MD – The National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) has certified The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Sinai Hospital as a Level 4 center, its highest designation. This accreditation recognizes centers that have “the professional expertise and facilities to provide the highest level of medical and surgical evaluation and treatment for patients with complex epilepsy,”…
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