Patients will trick-or-treat at Children’s Hospital of Georgia

Media Advisory for Friday, Oct. 30, 2015


Patients at Children’s Hospital of Georgia will go trick-or-treating inside the hospital to celebrate Halloween.


Since some of our pediatric patients cannot be at home to trick-or-treat in their own neighborhoods, CHOG staff will provide them a door-to-door experience as the costumed kids visit several departments in the children’s and adult hospitals.

Time and Location:

Please meet Denise Parrish in the CHOG Lobby by 9:50 a.m. if you plan to cover this event. Parking is available in the CHOG circle and adjacent parking deck.


Video and photo opportunities during activities are available with designated patients and families. Please RSVP at 706-831-3148 or to


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