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Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach, Memorial Care Health System
Vol. 2, No. 9
August 9, 2011
Kid's Corner
  It's Back to School Time! Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transition from the Beach to the Classroom
Aug. 1-7 was World Breastfeeding Week
  Pediatric Rehabilitation Patients Become "Pilots" and "Sailors" For a Day During Summer Months
The pediatric rehabilitation program at Miller Children's organizes activities such as sailing and flying as part of their community reintegration programs for children with physical, cognitive and/or speech limitations. These programs encourage children and their families to take part in events to help with play/recreation participation in the community. » READ MORE

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  Shaun P. Setty, M.D. Named Medical Director of Pediatric and Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery
  Miller Children's in Top 10 Percentile for Preventing Infections
Featured Events
  Bid on Artwork Created By Our Very Own Patients at the Gaslamp on Aug. 27
  Join Us For the Run Forrest Run 5k on Oct. 9
Community Partner Spotlight
The Bandai Foundation Dedicates a Starlight Fun Center™ to Miller Children's Patients
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Musey Twins, Michele & William, and Their Mom, Kris, Embarked On a Journey of Their Lives - With One Twin Born Weighing Less Than 2 Pounds - But This Journey Turned into a Journey of Love

Second time mom, Kris Musey, was concerned for her babies' lives. She experienced abnormal bleeding during her pregnancy. This brought her into the hospital much earlier than expected.

The Musey twins, Michele and William, were born extremely premature at 26 weeks. Michele weighed 1 pound, 13 ounces at birth and William weighed 2 pounds, 1 ounce. Luckily at Miller Children's, the most advanced neonatal intensive care unit and a leading high-risk pregnancy program are housed under one roof. The Musey family spent the next three months of their lives in the NICU.

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