From baby-sized blood pressure cuffs and diapers for preemies, to our special brand of family-centered care, our hospital is just the right size for the care of your infant, child or adolescent. Natural light, a special universally-accessible playground and gardens are all designed to promote the health and healing of patients.
What better way to symbolize that this is a hospital for children than having a play area featured prominently at the entrance!
The Jane Vruwink Palmer Healing and Play GardenPhần mềm chống xóc đĩa trên điện thoại di động is about a third of an acre and includes the Simms/Mann Family Foundation Playground, a universally accessible playground featuring a play structure, an interactive activity wall, a sensory ocean wall, sound play with musical instruments and playful bronze sculptures.
Phần mềm chống xóc đĩa trên điện thoại di độngThe Joyce and Stanley Black and Family Healing and Meditation Garden is easily accessible to patients, family members, and staff. All three groups use the space which was designed with a child’s recovery in mind.
Phần mềm chống xóc đĩa trên điện thoại di độngPlants and trees in the garden were chosen for their low-allergen qualities. A seed planting area is used for patients who need to develop their fine motor skills. A maze in the middle of the garden has been designed with uneven stones to help children who are relearning how to walk or are honing their balance skills. Tiles painted by patients are integrated into the garden walls. Patient poetry graces the benches. Electrical outlets suitable for intravenous poles have been integrated throughout the garden so that all children who are able to enjoy the garden are able to do so.
Phần mềm chống xóc đĩa trên điện thoại di độngAlong with a grass area for children to play and explore, the gardens incorporate several bench areas where families can enjoy a picnic outside. Staff often take their lunch outdoors to enjoy the bright Los Angeles sunshine, or enjoy a quick break with their fellow colleagues outside before attending to their next patient.