A food service worker at CHOC Hospital, Christine discusses the meaning of being a defender of childhood and more.
A nurse educator in CHOC’s therapeutic apheresis department, Tami discusses what it means to be a defender of childhood and more in the latest installment of our Defender Profiles
Maribel Hernandez is an accounts payable finance clerk whose seven years at CHOC have inspired her in more ways than one.
For years, Patty Hernandez wondered what it would be like to work at CHOC. Now, as an EVS aide, she can’t imagine doing anything else.
Tinoosh Eftekharian, manager of CHOC’s specialty clinics, discusses her 19 years working for CHOC and why she is so proud to be a nurse.
Liliana Rodriguez, language supervisor at CHOC, discusses her experience as an interpreter and what makes a great defender of childhood.