Mar 08, 2018
March has been designated “Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month.” This observance was originally made a National Health Observance in 1986 as “Hemophilia Awareness Month” but was broadened to include other bleeding disorders in 2016. We reached out to Joseph Lasky III, one of our board-certified pediatric hematology/oncology physicians at Cure 4 The Kids Foundation for a few thoughts on bleeding disorders:
Dec 19, 2017Throughout the year at Cure 4 The Kids Foundation we’re focused on our primary mission — providing the best care possible to those patients in need of specialized treatment. We’re Joint Commission accredited and proud of it!What many may not realize is that in addition to our talented medical staff, support staff and administration, it’s our community support that helps make what we do possible.
Nov 14, 2017
We would like to pass along a big congratulations to Dr. Bello!
Dr. Bello is our in-house neuropsychologist. It is a highly specialized area within the fields of psychology. She has expertise in the study of brain-behavior relationships and can also perform neurocognitive evaluations for our patients.