- Social workers were able to help alleviate unnecessary emotional burdens, provide hope for at-risk children and their families during their stays, and ensure a seamless transition from hospital to home. Support for recruitment helped attract master clinicians, innovative researchers and educators, and motivated trainees, ensuring patients and their families continue to receive Medicine of the Highest Order.
- Construction continued on the new, state-of-the-art Levine Autism Clinic, which will provide an environment tailored to meet sensory sensitivities and stimulation.
- Construction on Phase II of the new hospital also continued. When completed, the hospital will have two brand new pediatric intensive care units—one designed especially for pediatric heart patients. This will allow surgeons of all pediatric specialties to work side-by-side in an environment constructed specifically for their very special patients.
- New life-saving care equipment was purchased.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2016