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Children's Health Fund co-founder and president Dr. Irwin Redlener discusses the impact of falling public health preparedness funding on CNBC. Dr. Redlener also heads the at Columbia University's Earth Institute.

Our Chief Medical Office, Delaney Gracy, appeared on the Today Show to talk about how to make sure your child is ready for school at any age.

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Irwin Redlener, M.D., co-founder and president of Children's Health Fund, speaks at The Washington Post Live Children and Families Summit on March 5, 2013.

Watch the entire summit here.


Paul Simon and Irwin Redlener on Morning Joe msnbcOn Thursday, September 27, Children’s Health Fund co-founders Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener were guests on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss the state of children’s health in America. While the implementation of the Affordable Care Act will ensure millions of additional children will have access to health insurance, that doesn’t necessarily mean they will get the care they deserve. As Dr. Redlener states, “the consequences of not getting [children] the health care they need…will be an unfolding disaster that will not only affect our present, but our future.” 

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Ho-Chunk Nation Mobile Clinic for Kids

Under sunny skies, a dedication dance and ribbon cutting ceremony at the Ho-Chunk Nation Labor Day Pow-Wow on September 1 set the stage for healthier children in Ho-Chunk Nation. Children's Health Fund unveiled it's newest program and 50th "doctor's office on wheels" with the launch of the Ho-Chunk Nation Children's Health Project.

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Dr. Irwin Redlener, President and Co-Founder, Children's Health Fund answers questions on what's at stake and what it means for children.

Is there another way to make sure kids have access to health care -- whether or not the law stands?

Congratulations to Orlando Teen Xpress Program, on being Award. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Foundation, a philanthropic affiliate of BCBSF, awards the Sapphire Award for recognition & promotion of excellence in non-profit community health programming in Florida.

CBS 5 Nov 14, 2011

Dr. Randy Christensen, Medical Director of the Phoenix Children’s Health Project (PCHP) explains the campaign to help underpriviledged children. Dr. Christensen; co-founders Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener; along with five other doctors from all over the country lend their voices to Children's Health Fund's Appeal to Congress, a video letter that aims to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves: our children.