Madison’s dad, Dr. Bruce Gewertz, jokes that she’s the only one of his children to go into healthcare.
“The instruction to clean the kitchen and remove all leavened products or leavening agents comes directly from the Torah.”
POOCH volunteer Oso enjoys showing off by balancing treats on her nose and loves going to the beach and riding in the car.
“Brainworks began because we wanted to expose as many young minds as we could to how exciting science is.”
“The most modern technology allowed these bones to speak to us, and they had a lot to say,” Dr. Robert Klapper says.
As members of the POOCH Program, they provide emotional comfort to patients and families who need a little extra support.
In the Cedars-Sinai NICU, iPads are bringing newborns the most comforting sound they can hear: their mother’s voice.
“Jewish hospitals were never only for Jews. Cedars-Sinai was created to make all people feel comfortable and welcome.”
Students from El Segundo High School have been delivering gifts to our pediatric patients for 13 years.