We looked inside some of the tweets by @APHospital and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
Over the span of 16 days, the London Olympics generated 150 million tweets.
🏥@usnews has named us one of the nation's best children's hospitals for cardiology and heart surgery, diabetes and endocrinology, orthopedics, and urology. Join us in congratulating our teams who provide care through award-winning doctors from birth through each stage of life! https://t.co/AKkgQn3Ndd
"Dr. Wright and the nurses have been fantastic through every step of this journey. While we are excited to enter maintenance, we’re going to miss our weekly visits to see our second family ."- Asher's mother. #ArnoldPalmerKids https://t.co/9OOiA7clqR
Torin came to us last year for outpatient surgery, during which doctors learned he had a life-threatening heart condition. After performing several life-saving procedures, Dr. Michael Farias spoke with the @TODAYshow about Torin’s story: https://t.co/LUO3RYu5ln https://t.co/r99WVLL58Z
In one year, over 5,500 athletes and coaches from across the US & Caribbean will unite & #ShineAsOne during the #2022USAGames in Orlando. By celebrating @specialolympics athletes, we become champions for a more inclusive world. @2022USAGames #ChooseOrlandoHealth https://t.co/U9JgtHZPGt
To honor her veteran grandfather who passed away from a glioblastoma, Anne, a local girl scout, made it her Gold Award project to help those with brain tumors. Thanks,@GirlScoutsCC for donating Cookies for a Cure and Army Teddy Bears to our Pediatric Brain Tumor Program patients! https://t.co/oG5sLNFXtD
"I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous about starting her at a new hospital, but I am so happy. Eloise received committed care during her journey, and it is such a warm feeling knowing we are finally in the right hands." -Eloise's mother. #ArnoldPalmerKids https://t.co/uK8r8Pejyo
#MemorialDay is the perfect opportunity for #kids to try new foods on the grill and revisit old favorites in exciting ways. Lisa Cooper, a registered and licensed dietitian with @OrlandoHealth, offers #ideas for #grilled dishes kids will love.
#Drowning is the second-leading cause of injury-related deaths in #children between 1 and 14 years old in the U.S. Dr. Lawrence Spack, a pediatric critical care physician, shares the signs of drowning and tips to keep kids safe. #TraumaAwarenessMonth https://t.co/IfLIUdjCzJ
#ArnoldPalmerKid Jude and his twin brother Jaden were born at @WinnieHospital, at 31 weeks and three days as monochorionic diamniotic twins. We are glad to be part of their journey as they continue care with us. #ChooseOrlandoHealth #moditwins https://t.co/WmDSRHHRnd
"I get teary-eyed when I think about the blessing that Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children was to my family, specifically Dr. Elbaba. This hospital, this staff, were a light in my darkest hour. Thank you! ❤️" -Major's mother. #ArnoldPalmerKids https://t.co/VfCXOQYc8i
There are plenty of ways to treat #allergies in #children, and many of the tried-and-true methods for adults work for kids, too. Dr. Stuart H. Janousky, a board-certified pediatrician with Orlando Health Physician Associates, shares ways to manage your child's #seasonalallergies.