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Thanks to the efforts of Janay Conner, a huge collection of superhero capes, fairy wings, magic wands, tutus and flower hats will allow children to dress up during visits to Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital & Health Center. KOMO-4 News was there to capture the moment.
A TV program that aired last week on The Discovery Channel highlighted the innovative work at the Children's Therapy Unit at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Wash.
Watch this clip from the "Today Show," which shared this sweet story from MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital: Spc. Matt Arehart traveled from Afghanistan to surprise his wife just 15 minutes before their son was born.
A young hospital patient who dreams of becoming a doctor received a hands-on lesson in robotic-assisted surgery at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. The News Tribune was here to cover the visit.
A moose on the loose delighted young patients -- and a few grownups as well -- on Thursday at MultiCare Mary Bridge Children's Hospital & Health Center in Tacoma.
View a collection of images from around MultiCare after a winter storm Jan. 18-20 brought snow and ice to Western Washington.
VIDEO: Mary Bridge Children's Hospital was filled with Christmas spirit on Friday night, all thanks to one little girl, a four-year-old who is quite familiar with the hospital. Her only wish was to play Santa's helper and give gifts to children who won't make it home for the holidays.
A baby's heart defect was detected thanks to a painless test offered to newborns at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. "I feel very lucky that we decided to do the test. I feel very lucky that we were at Tacoma General," the boy's mother told KING 5 TV. "I think the stars aligned. Somebody was looking out for us, for him, and it essentially saved his life."
Thanks to video chat equipment normally used for telemedicine visits between doctors and patients, Santa Claus greeted young patients in their hospital beds Tuesday at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma.
Dale Ostrander's rehabilitation at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, Wash., was the topic of a "Good Morning America" segment broadcast Tuesday. Dale's parents say their son's survival is nothing short of a miracle. Watch the video here, or read the full story at ABC News.