Find out how we change kids’ lives every day at KCH.
Wilmore teen is back in the game after life-threatening illness
Sixteen-year-old Anna Rexford is a winner. Not only is she the goalkeeper for the two-time state champions West Jessamine High School girls' soccer team, Anna was named MVP for the tournament two years in a row. But just three short years ago, a harrowing illness made her future uncertain...Read Anna's story »
UK surgeons help girl conquer rare condition
Audrey Armstrong defied every expectation. Born at 41 and one-half weeks, Audrey immediately began having difficulties. Her parents brought her to Kentucky Children's Hospital, where she was diagnosed with Hirschsprung's disease, a congenital condition characterized by missing nerves in the colon...Read Audrey's story »
KCH team helps young boy be a kid again after a rare diagnosis
For Craig and Hannah Chaney, their son Kase is a miracle. First, doctors told them they wouldn’t be able to have children. Then, while pregnant, Hannah was struck by a car. Finally, Craig and Hannah welcomed their son, Samuel Kase Chaney ahead of his due date in 2015...
Visits to the Makenna David Pediatric Emergency Department – the region’s only dedicated pediatric emergency department and Level I pediatric trauma center
Pediatric outpatient visits in 2018
Average daily census in our 70-bed neonatal intensive care unit
(The NICU was more than 100 percent full 155 days last year.)