Media Alert: Children to throw pies in the face of childhood cancer

Posted on 9/18/2018

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital In Your Face! event is a chance for children with cancer and blood disorders to throw pies in the faces of doctors, nurses and caregivers in a delicious spirit of fun!

EVENT:

In Your Face!

WHEN:

Wednesday, Sept. 19

TIME:

3:30 p.m.

PLACE:

Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital
7 Richland Medical Park, front lawn, Harden Street Extension side
Palmetto Health Richland campus

ABOUT:
In recognition of Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders Awareness Month, children with cancer and blood disorders are invited to throw cream pies in the face of their illness. This event celebrates children and their strength and resilience.

The Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital is the oldest and largest facility of its kind in South Carolina and treats more than 120 pediatric cancer patients and 700 children with blood disorders each year.


About Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital
Palmetto Health Children's Hospital, South Carolina’s first children's hospital, is celebrating its 35th birthday in 2018. Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital has more than 150,000 children’s visits each year and cares for children from all 46 counties in South Carolina. It offers more than 30 subspecialties to meet the unique health care needs of children and has central South Carolina's only Children’s Emergency Center. With more than 350 professionals who work exclusively with children, Palmetto Health Children's Hospital has a team of highly skilled and trained experts unmatched by any hospital in the Midlands. Palmetto Health Children's Hospital is the place to go for children's medical care, because the best care matters. For more information about Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital, visit PalmettoHealthChildrens.org or call 803-296-KIDS (5437).

 

 

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