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Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center has been serving the health care needs of its local communities for more than 45 years with comprehensive, compassionate and award-winning care, including:

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Fountain Valley Regional Hospital wouldn’t let young patients miss Halloween

Nov 3, 2021
Halloween-400-x-300Fountain Valley Police Officers Jessica Lee, left, and Danielle Fermin pose for a photo as they try on the Grocery Outlet pumpkin heads following the 15th annual Pediatric Halloween Parade at the Fountain Valley Regional Hospital in Fountain Valley on Friday, October 29, 2021. Pediatric patients at the hospital were able to take part in Halloween festivities and receive non-candy goodies donated by staff and the community. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Dressed in his fireman Halloween costume, Jayden Rodriguez, 2, came out of the Fountain Valley Regional Hospital on Friday to watch a parade of vehicles drive by, waving to some real firefighters during the 15th annual Pediatric Halloween Parade.

A handful of patients were able to go outside to watch the parade, while it was livestreamed on a screen inside for more of the youngsters having to stay at the hospital during the spooky holiday.

Hospital staffers joined in the fun, wearing a variety of costumes, from Rubik’s cubes to a Mr. Potato Head. Angela Guitar of Laguna Niguel, a registered nurse at FVRH, dressed her dog, Gizmo, as a super dog, complete with a cape.

Decorated pumpkins were also on display, most having a hospital theme, and pediatric patients received non-candy goodies donated by staff and the community.

Source: https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/29/fountain-valley-regional-hospital-wouldnt-let-young-patients-miss-halloween/