The Under the Rainbow publication is published biannually by the Division of Public Affairs. The publication highlights clinical practice, research and community support initiatives for Batson Children's Hospital, Children's Healthcare of Mississippi and the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Ideas for stories are welcome and may be submitted by email to Jen Hospodor.
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A peacefully sleeping Marissa gets a kiss from mom Tambra Posey.
At just 24 weeks into her pregnancy, Tambra Posey went in for what she thought was a routine screening. Instead, she was told her growing baby girl had a growing tumor.
Former patients find that adversity can be transformed into a thing of beauty.
Mary Burkett has nurtured many things in her 100 years, including an estate that will help Mississippi’s most vulnerable children.
Research into autism spectrum disorder by a core group of University of Mississippi Medical Center scientists has produced a trail of publications and promising findings stretching back the better part of a decade.
A kaleidoscope of significant news from Batson
A spectrum of visitors who brightened our halls
Support from our community is instrumental to our success. These connections with you, our supporters, inspire hope in our hearts and those of our patients and in turn, save lives.
Deejays from The Radio People’s ten stations across central Mississippi gave credence to the theme “We believe…” during the 13th Annual Mississippi Miracles Radiothon in March. And their belief paid off when the 39-hour broadcast raised a record $416,209. The money funds equipment, research and programs that ensure Batson Children’s Hospital will be able to provide the most advanced level of care to all of Mississippi’s children.