At Children’s Hospital New Orleans, our promise is to shape a healthier,
happier future for kids. For more than 60 years, we’ve provided expert
healthcare for children across our state and region. Today, we provide
unmatched pediatric expertise wrapped in a whole lot of love. Our community
can count on the extraordinary care provided by our pediatric-trained
specialists, from the most complex pediatric procedures, to the everyday
health of children and adolescents.
From our main campus in Uptown New Orleans, to satellite locations throughout
Louisiana, 14 pediatrics locations, and two after hours clinics,
we’re working to ensure that families across our state and region
have access to the specialized pediatric care they need. Last year, we
cared for children from all 64 parishes in Louisiana, 43 states, and 9
As the only pediatric facility in Louisiana to incorporate two academic
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UPDATES on First Day of COVID-19 Drive-Thru Community Based Testing Site at CB Smith Park
On Friday, March 20th, the COVID-19 drive-thru community based testing site opened at CB Smith Park. At 4:00pm, Governor Ron DeSantis reported 407 tests had been completed. By the end of day, healthcare personnel completed 745 tests in 542 vehicles with passengers in 87 cars who did not meet the criteria that is being used at the site. To clarify, testing will continue daily (7 days a week, which will include the weekend) beginning at 9 am until we reach maximum vehicle capacity inside CB Smith Park, which will likely take us past 5 pm.
Eur J Dent. 2011 Apr; 5(2): 186–190.
The aim of this study was to assess school children’s feelings and attitudes toward their dentist.
A questionnaire designed to evaluate children’s attitudes and preferences toward dentists was completed by 583 children (289 females, 294 males) with age range 9–12 years attending public schools.
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Children’s doctor – we all love when people around us smile. We become well and happy when someone on the street gives us a smile. But for a smile to be beautiful, you need to take good care of your teeth. This applies to your pets, because in childhood they were for every kid. Like people, they also sometimes need to treat their teeth. This can be done by a special doctor – dentist.
We present to your attention an exciting game for children – a dentist (vet clinic).
In this entertaining game, your child is a real dentist, under the guidance of which there is a hospital for animals. The kid is entrusted with a very important and responsible task – the treatment of teeth of his four-footed pups, whose teeth began to ache heavily because of their love for sweets.
You have to treat them in a real