Oklahoma Children's Hospital

Where Kids Soar & Hope Is Real

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The trusted healthcare provider for children.

Oklahoma Children’s Hospital OU Health is the leader in pediatric care for Oklahoma and the region. As the state’s only dedicated, free-standing children’s hospital, we have experts in all pediatric specialties, including cardiology, neurology, oncology, gastroenterology and surgery. You can rely on our physicians and staff to provide your family with the highest quality care available.

Laneys Story

Meet Laney

There is no denying the energy and positivity that radiates from Laney Culpepper. At six years old, she has already faced more challenging health issues than most adults, but it hasn’t dampened her spirit in the least. At three, Laney was diagnosed with Membranoproliferative Glomerulonephritis (MPGN). A serious, rare and undetected genetic kidney disorder. Her diagnosis came by chance. One regular day, her mother’s intuition led them to the pediatrician and their lives changed in a flash.

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Liams Story

Meet Liam

Ever met a kid so cute you just want to squeeze him? Yes, it’s COVID-time and we don’t really do big hugs right now, but it would surely cross your mind if you met 6-year-old Liam Davey. And what makes those hugs so much sweeter is the fact that Liam might not even be here or be the strong, healthy child he is had he not been able to get to one of the best Pediatric Heart teams in the country for lifesaving surgeries.

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Jaxons Story

Meet Jaxon

Jaxon Farmer is a strapping 7-year-old boy who loves football and digs dirt bikes. Despite his heart condition, his is hardly a rocking-chair existence. His big sister, Reece, who is three years older, wouldn’t let that happen anyway. Beautiful blonde kids with easy smiles, Reece takes on the role of Mama Bear, but Jaxon holds his own. Reece coaxes and prods Jaxon a little to speak up and he shoots her an eye roll. It’s a sweet dynamic, and they’re happy to be together. But things could have been so different.

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