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In 2012, Grant Craft spent 20 days in intensive care at Dayton Children's after he was accidently run over by a lawnmower. Today, Grant has made a 95 percent recovery. To look at him, you would never know that he almost had his arm amputated, the lawnmower blade tore nearly all of the skin off of his right leg and his heel was severed. Thanks to the care team of surgeons, nurses, even dietary workers at Dayton Children’s, Grant emerged from a horrible situation, changed by his experiences.
 
Read his story... http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/sucess_stories/grantcraft/index.html
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When Landon needed immediate brain surgery after being kicked in the head by a horse, his family was thankful for the specialists at Dayton Children's Hospital. See his amazing story of recovery!

"Landon's Lust for Life" - Brain surgery after horseback riding accident
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The Dayton Children's Dr. Mom Squad is now on Twitter!  Follow them at @DrMomSquad to get relevant information on kids health from moms just like you! Learn why they decided to start tweeting at http://blog.childrensdayton.org/tweet-tweet-drmomsquad-is-on-twitter/
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Everyone at Dayton Children's is getting in the Halloween spirit, and we hope that you are too! Embrace your inner child today, put a smile on someone's face! #HappyHalloween #AliceinWonderland  
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We have great news for our families in Springfield today!

Officials at Dayton Children’s Hospital and Nationwide Children's Hospital are pleased to announce a formal collaboration focused on improving access to highly-specialized pediatric services for all Springfield area families.

The Ohio Pediatric Care Alliance is designed to reduce duplication of services and improve efficiencies and allow for the two independent children’s hospitals to work together in the Springfield area to improve access to subspecialty pediatric care, execute shared initiatives and evaluate needs for new services.


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Today we announced exciting news! Our Board of Trustees recently approved a long-range facility and campus renewal plan that calls for transforming the hospital’s Valley Street campus to improve the delivery of care to children in this region for generations to come.The preliminary timeline calls for construction to start early next year to make room for the tower and a new central utilities plant with the entire project to be completed sometime in 2017. http://www.childrensdayton.org/cms/media_releases/df9251c525b43ad8/index.html
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Because sometimes a #princess cape is the best medicine!
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Dayton Children's is just right for kids!

Our primary mission is to provide quality health care for children from infancy through adolescence. We strive to be a health care resource for all children of our region regardless of their socioeconomic status. Through our compassionate team of pediatricians, pediatric specialists and clinical staff, we offer comprehensive care in an emotionally supportive setting.

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