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Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center (LBCMC) was founded by the Le Bonheur Club, an organization formed in 1923 to make clothes for underprivileged children at the Leath Orphanage in Memphis. Dedicated to improving the lives of area children, this group of women raised funds and combined other needed components to open the 89-bed Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in 1952. Since then, LBCMC has grown to become the Mid-South's premier general pediatric medical center and a specialty and subspecialty referral center for hundreds of physicians and nearly a million children. A new fully accredited 230-bed medical center will open its doors in December 2010.
Le Bonheur is the pediatric teaching facility of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The University's Department of Pediatrics is headquartered at Le Bonheur, and students in medicine, nursing, and other allied health fields receive training at Le Bonheur. State-of-the-art equipment, skilled physicians, and committed staff are not the only elements that help a child overcome illness and injury. At Le Bonheur, a child-oriented approach to pediatric care is emphasized, providing whatever creative means are needed to help children recuperate and return home as quickly as possible.
Le Bonheur opened the 30,000 sq. ft. Crippled Children's Foundation Research Center (CCFRC), a series of laboratories involved in pediatric research located on two floors in Le Bonheur's new west patient tower. Since 1993, the Crippled Children's Foundation has given the Department of Pediatrics $7.5 million to support research in the CCFRC.