Items Tagged ‘pediatric pulmonology’

There Is A Plan

October 10, 2018

There Is A Plan

By uclahealth uclahealth

“Having a child with asthma can be frightening,” says Brian, father to 2-year-old Finn, who brought his son to see UCLA pediatric pulmonologist Sande Okelo, MD. “There have been some nights were we were really unsure about what to do. The one really positive aspect of our care at UCLA has been that there is […]

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Tags: asthma, asthma in children, Dr. Sande Okelo, Pediatric Asthma Program, pediatric pulmonology, Pulmonology, UCLA Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine


Food + Love = Patient Care

October 1, 2018

Food + Love = Patient Care

By uclahealth uclahealth

Food is a gateway for a lot of emotions and it’s a way that a lot of families show love,” says Suzanne Hollander, MS, RD, a pediatric and adult dietician for the cystic fibrosis clinic and pulmonology clinic at UCLA Health. “I work with patients who have pulmonology disorders, including cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis patients […]

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Tags: cystic fibrosis, lung disease, pediatric pulmonology, Pulmonology, pulmonology disorders, Suzanne Hollander RD, UCLA Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine


March 29, 2018

We love our pediatrician!

By chialyn chialyn

As a first-time mother of a wonderful child who presented with some unexpected health challenges that required two hospitalizations with many diagnostic procedures and two surgeries within the first year of his life, we are so thankful and appreciative of our pediatrician, Dr. Karen Lin. From the day our little one was born, she has […]

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Tags: bedside manner, Doctors Day, Dr. Elaheh Vahabnezhad, Dr. Iqbal Rashid, Dr. Karen Lin, Dr. Mindy Ross, first-time mother, health challenges, hospitalizations, medical team, patient stories, pediatric gastroenterology