Madison Children's Hospital

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Madison Children’s Hospital: Chronic Health Illness Program HSM 270 Abstract Madison Children’s Hospital has been serving the multi-cultural rich county of Orange, California since 1960. For more than 50 years, Madison Children’s hospital (MCH) has been steadfastly committed to providing the highest quality medical care to children. MCH has provided medical care to over 1 million children in the county of Orange. Our regional pediatric healthcare network includes a state-of-the-art main hospital facility in the City of Orange. Madison Children’s Clinic also offers many primary and specialty care services to the community. Madison Children’s hospital has recorded an increase in the amount of children and adolescents ages…show more content…
* Asthma was the principal cause of chronic disease hospitalization for ages 0-24. * Asthma was greater for males than females. * In 2011 there were 2,450 asthma hospitalizations and 33 asthma related deaths. This means that the rate of Asthma hospitalizations since 2006 has arose by 13% ------------------------------------------------- ASTHMA HOSPITALIZATION 2011 ------------------------------------------------- ASTHMA HOSPITALIZATION 2011 * Diabetes was the second principal cause of chronic disease hospitalization for ages 0-24. * The diabetes hospitalization rate was higher for males than females, however there was no significant difference in death risk for both male and female. ------------------------------------------------- DIABETES HOSPITALIZATION 2011 Project Goals The mission of Madison Children’s Hospital is to be the worldwide leader in improving childrens health by providing the highest quality health cared. The mission can be achieved by accomplishing the following goals: 1. In partnership with the school, parents and community, develop 3 services that will assist in giving awareness to children in the Orange County. The goal is to then become a nation and world wide commodity for childrens health. 2. Increase the awareness of how to deal with chronic diseases from a young age to help produce stronger more aware adults of
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