Duke Children's Hospital opens unit for young patients recovering from surgery
Raleigh News & Observer, January 8, 2009
A $7 million expansion at Duke Children's Hospital will make more room for children and babies throughout North Carolina who have heart defects. The new pediatric intensive care unit will add 13 beds for specialized cardiac care at Duke, where more than 420 heart procedures are performed on children each year. The hospital is the state's regional center in the pediatric heart network set up by the National Institutes of Health.
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