About Elizabeth Simpson Earley

Elizabeth Simpson Earley works in the marketing and public relations department at CHKD. She handles calls from the media, and helps to promote CHKD and children’s health. A former health reporter at The Virginian-Pilot, Elizabeth has two grown daughters who were treated at CHKD on a regular basis.
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    CHKD Dr. Michael Vance Checking Patient Zoe Irby's Heart Posted By: Elizabeth Simpson Earley
    Wednesday, February 05, 2020

    Healing the Tiniest of Hearts

    A treatment called Piccolo is helping heal the tiniest of hearts at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters. Read full post>>

    Child about to eat a cookie Posted By: Elizabeth Simpson Earley
    Monday, November 25, 2019

    Artificial Sweeteners and Kids - What Parents Need to Know

    A new AAP policy statement strives to get to the bottom of what we know, what we don’t know, and what parents should consider regarding artificial sweeteners. Read full post>>

    CHKD patient Lucas Guinn in our newly renovated rehab unit Posted By: Elizabeth Simpson Earley
    Monday, October 28, 2019

    Newly Renovated Rehab Unit Helps Children Walk with "ZeroG" Technology

    The $3.7 million renovation melds new technology with a U.S. Navy “Blue Angels” theme. Read full post>>

    CHKD patient Kaeli Price, her mom and Dr. Crystal Proud Posted By: Elizabeth Simpson Earley
    Wednesday, June 26, 2019

    CHKD Patient Is First in Virginia to Receive Gene Therapy Drug Since FDA Approval

    A new gene therapy drug, Zolgensma, that was approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration is giving families of babies with SMA new hope. Read full post>>

    CHKD volunteer cuddler with a baby in the NICU Posted By: Elizabeth Simpson Earley
    Tuesday, April 09, 2019

    Cuddles are the Best Medicine

    Dale Pearson is the longest running CHKD Volunteer Cuddler, and has been coming to CHKD for 15 years to cuddle babies in the neonatal intensive care unit. Read full post>>