Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Amanda Sechrest (left), William Wylie-Modro, and James Spencer received heart transplants in a three-day span at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. (CBS)

HealthWatch: 3 Heart Transplants In 3 Days At Packard Children’s Hospital

Three people have a new chance at life after they received heart transplants at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. The transplants took place over a three-day span earlier this month.


The Sabuco twins were guests of honor at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital on April 30, 2012, six months after they were surgically separated. (CBS)

Twins Separated At Stanford Thriving After 6 Months

Stanford University’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital has given two-year-old twins who were born attached at the chest and abdomen and underwent separation surgery six months ago a clean bill of health.


Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (Stanford University)

15-Minute-Old Newborn At Stanford Children’s Hospital Gets Pacemaker

The name Jaya in Hindi means victorious. And little Jaya Maharaj was just that, when she became one of the smallest recipients of a pacemaker when she was just 15 minutes old.


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Bay Area Firefighters Receive Pediatric Training

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in is partnering with Bay Area firefighters to improve the care of kids in medical emergencies, a first of its kind program in the United States.


Caroline Archer - Jefferson Award Winner. (CBS)

Jefferson Awards: Dolls Offer Hope To Hospitalized Children

After a 30-year career in the financial world, a North Bay woman is turning her acute attention to detail to a very different project, helping the most vulnerable.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–07/06/2011


Stanford Hospitals Declare Impasse Over Nurse Contracts

The stalemate comes after more than 12 months of failure to reach a contract.


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Child Siblings Sought For Humorous Research At Stanford

The Stanford University School of Medicine and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto are seeking children to volunteer for a study about how the brain changes as a sense of humor develops, the organizations said in a joint statement.