Every day, a child is admitted to UNC Children’s to receive care for a medical condition or traumatic event that has the potential to adversely affect them and their family for the rest of their lives. The creation of the Fitch Family Comprehensive Pediatric Rehabilitation Program would provide both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services across the entire continuum of care, ensuring that these children receive the care they need right here in the center of North Carolina, allowing them to heal, recover, and regain their independence while being surrounded by their loving family and community. For more information about this program, please visit: unchealthfoundation.org/fitch-family-comprehensive-pediatric-rehabilitation-program.
In the Media:
- The Fitch family of David, Meredith and Lee join 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell. The family shares their path to recovery after a traumatizing event and their efforts to start the Fitch Family Comprehensive Pediatric Rehabilitation Program. Listen: Chapelboro.com
- “It’s a program that’s going to change the lives of so many children and families across the state and the Southeast region,” Dr Joshua Alexander. Read more in the Chapel Hill Magazine.