The hospital has more than 180 pediatric specialists in more than 30 specialties.
Delaney Unger, a 13-year-old Osteosarcoma survivor who received a unique amputation called rotationplasty in the spring of 2017 at Stony Brook Children’s, praised the hospital staff who cared for her.
“It became my second home,” Delaney said. “During my time there, the doctors, nurses and Child Life [Specialists] became family to me. They were there for me with whatever I needed to make me as comfortable as I could be. They were always there with a smile to make me feel better.”
A community open house for the hospital is slated for November 2 from 10am-2pm. The hospital offers kids and families more than 180 pediatric specialists who focus on more than 30 specialties. For more information on the new facilities and care, visit Stony Brook Children’s website.