Our state-of-the-art Infusion Center at Cure 4 The Kid’s Foundation is designed to meet the needs of children, adolescents and young adults. We are committed to providing the highest level of care, safe treatment practices and ongoing support to our patients. Patients receive age-appropriate emotional support and activities during infusions. The environment is welcoming with comfortable treatment chairs, access to television sets, video games, art projects, snacks and wi-fi. In addition, our Child Life Specialist is on-site to bring activities to the bedside during therapy as well.
Treatment at our center can be as brief as a quick injection or lengthy, requiring a full day infusion. We provide multiple types of infusion therapy, including:
Cure 4 The Kids Foundation features a collaborative 17-bed In-Patient pediatric oncology unit at Summerlin Hospital. Children with cancer can now get the specialized medical care they need through this collaborative partnership including care for Autologous Stem Cell Transplant. Our oncology teams visit our patients at Summerlin Hospital when they cannot come to the clinic which makes the journey just a little better. With increased capabilities at our clinic, we were able to decrease the number of hospital visits for our patients by 19.72% in 2019. We strive to keep our children out of the hospital as much as possible, for our kids and their families but it is good to know that if your child has to be admitted, you will get the same love and care.
Multi-disciplinary case conferences is how health professionals may meet to discuss, plan, coordinate or make arrangements on behalf of a patient. Case conferencing is a formal, planned, and structured meeting whose goal is to provide holistic, coordinated, and integrated services across providers, and to reduce duplication. A Case Conference is a formal meeting that takes place when the safety and welfare of a person we support may be at risk.
The clinic can be a frightening place for many children. In order for children to tolerate a variety of diagnostic or painful procedures, sedation may be necessary. Health care providers who are skilled in the administration of pediatric sedation assess each patient and determine what sedation they may need for a procedure or test, based on the child’s health history and developmental level. Our team’s mission is to ensure that regardless of where in the hospital your child is being sedated they will have consistently safe, high-quality care.
Coordination for patients with complex health care needs often involves multiple participants who individually provide specialized knowledge, skills, and services*, and who together potentially provide a comprehensive, coherent, and continuous response to a patient’s unique care needs. We help to coordinate for out of state medical care as needed.
Joint Commission Accreditation is the most stringent in the country for medical facilities. Since 2011, we have been Exceeding Industry Standards. This proves our quality of care is at the highest level. Patient safety and treatment is our top priority and Joint Commission Accreditation is essential to continue to add services for our patients.
Ranking #2623 of the fastest growing companies an America.The Inc. 5000 is a weekly magazine that publishes stories about small businesses and startups and is a very prestigious honor for growing private businesses and business leaders.
In 2019, we ranked as #23 among the nation’ top 50 Non Profit organizations to work for, by Non Profit Times. This coveted award is primarily based on employee satisfaction surveys in the following areas: Leadership and Planning, Culture and Communication, Training, Development and Resources.
We believe every child is entitled to the best treatment options that modern science has to offer. This is why we also place a great emphasis on raising money to support access to these trials for all children.