Caring Clown Hospital Directory


U.S. Hospitals and Hospice Programs Served by Caring Clowns

For Canadian programs please go to: History of Caring Clowning in Canada

To have your hospital or hospice clown group added to this list,

Please email Amanda O’Leary, Caring Clown Director to March 2016

at: Amanda@AmandaOLeary.com

 

Each hospital has its own rule and regulations. Those are the rules you follow. These are the type of things that you need to know and follow. Have a wonderful time spreading the love and laughter!

 

#1 and this is from Kathy McLaughlin – rules for hospitals are totally different and far more stringent than for senior homes. KNOW THE DIFFERENCE!

 

What are the Health codes and regulations for the facility to keep patients safe and you free of germs?

What are the Regulations regarding patients privacy?

Remember germs are really easy to spread and if this was your child, parent, friend you would want them treated with utmost attention to clean, healthy, fun, non-invasive clowning.

So if something hits the ground – it is put away or thrown away if it can not be cleaned.

If you shake someone’s hand with gloves on – the gloves are off as they say and into a bag they go.

Use liquid hand stuff between rooms, patients, when in doubt give your hands a clean.

Touched your nose or mouth – clean your hands!

Remember this goes both ways. The patient doesn’t want a “treat” from another patient’s room and you don’t want to take a “treat” home from the hospital with you.

ETC – yes there are more!

 

That’s why training is so important and thank you to all those alleys who offer accreditation for the clowns.

 

 

 

 

Alabama

   Birmingham, Alabama Children’s Hospital served by The Big Top Clown Alley

1600 7th Avenue South

Birmingham, AL 35233

http://www.childrensal.org

Tel: 205-939-9100

 

Arizona

   Gilbert, Arizona

Contact: Katie Hernandez AKA Sunyflower

tatanana@q.com

 

   Mesa, Arizona

Contact: Bill Schulte

 

California

   Chula Vista, California served by All Star Clown Club

Sharp Chula Vista Community Hospital

619-502-5800

751 Medical Center Court

Chula Vista, CA 91911

Contact:   Lisa Golden, Director of Volunteers

Lisa.Golden@sharp.com

All Star Clown Club Contact – Bonnie Love 1-619-282-9668

Must be accredited clown before you can serve here

If you are thinking you might/maybe/perhaps/I don’t know/waffling/just want to try it out – you can not shadow people here to see what its like without being certified.

There are no children in the hospital – this is an adult only facility

This is an acute care facility

 

 

   La Mesa, California

Sharp Grossmont Hospital served by All Star Clown Club (updated 2015)

5555 Grossmont Center Drive

La Mesa, CA, 91942

Contact: Linda vanFulpen, Director of Volunteers

linda.vanfulpen@sharp.com

All Star Clown Club Contact – Bonnie Love 1-619-282-9668

Must be accredited clown before you can serve here

If you are thinking you might/maybe/perhaps/I don’t know/waffling/just want to try it out – you can not shadow people here to see what its like without being certified.

There are no children in the hospital – this is an adult only facility

This is an acute care facility

 

Los Angeles, California

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc. from a visiting clown from Pennslyvania. Please do not contact Tammy regarding additional clowns. She can not accept you. (update 2015)

444 S. San Vicente Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90048

http://www.csmc.edu

Tel: 310-423-5231

Volunteer Coordinator: Tammy Weinstien

Colorado

   Englewood, Colorado

Health One Swedish Medical Center served by (1-303-947-1469)

501 East Hampton Avenue

Engelwood, Co. 80113

http://www.swedishhospital.com

1-303-788-5000

Part of the Volunteer Office Activities of Hospital

Caring Clown information contact Clown Coordinator Kathleen Hoesse (1-303-947-1469)

e-mail: waiting for update 2015

Caring Clown Requirements: New participants must already be a clown. Clowns with less than two years experience must meet with clown coordinator and partner for an interview regarding motivation for caring clowning, fit within group, etc. New volunteer must read The Hospital Clown – A Closer Look by Patty Wooten and Shobhana Schwebke, complete Hospital Volunteer Orientation program, shadow current clowns in group until ready to complete rounds on own. New volunteer receives feedback and asks questions following each session at the hospital to ensure all procedures are done correctly. Must complete refresher test questions from Volunteer Department of Hospital annually.

They have 12 volunteer clowns

 

     Longmont, Colorado

Longmont United Hospital served by Kathy Shook

1950 Mountain View Ave

Longmont, CO 80501

ATTN: LUH Caring Clowns

http://www.luhcares.org

Part of the Volunteer Office Activities of Hospital

Tel: 303-651-5111

Hospital Website: http://www.luhcares.org

Clown information at: http://www.luhcares.org

Longmont United Hospital Caring Clowns

Laura Kinder – Volunteer Director at Longmont United Hospital

Kathy McGannon – Clown Coordinator 303-772-6932

e-mail: waiting for update 2015

Kathy Shook – Clown education director 303-684-0490

e-mail: sami-ann-the-clown@comcast.net

Caring Clown Requirements: New Clowns must have approved training in Hospital Clowning and be approved by the LUH Clown Educator or attend the 7 week training course and go through the mentoring Clown Rounds. Must attend the Hospital’s orientation, attend a 3 hour refresher course every two years, recommended refresher orientation every five years. Hospital Requirements: Must follow LUH Policies for Clown Visitations and abide by LUH Volunteer Policies and Bylaws. Must attend hospital orientation, must attend a one-on-one volunteer orientation with Director/Volunteer Coordinator, attend service meetings as scheduled, have formal training in clown and attend an interview with Clown Chairman one to two times before being approved to clown on own.

The Longmont United Hospital Clowns have 14 volunteer clowns.

 

Connecticut

     Hartford, Connecticut

 

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center served by Diana Sheard who is sponsored by Star-Lite Foundation waiting for confirmation and update

282 Washington St

Hartford, CT   06106

http://www.ccmckids.org

Tel: 860-545-9000 Main switch board use email to contact this facility.

Email: volunteerservices@connecticutchildrens.org

 

Hartford Hospital served by

80 Seymour St

Hartford , CT 06105

http://www.harthosp.org

Tel: 860-545-5000

 

 

St. Francis Hospital served by

114 Woodland St.

Hartford, CT 06105

http://www.stfrancis.org

Tel: 860-714-4000

 

Windham Community Hospital served by

112 Mansfiled Ave.

Willimantic, CT 06226

http://windhamhospital.org

Tel: 860-456-9116

 

   New Britain, Connecticut

Hospital for Special Care served by Diana Sheard

2150 Corbin Ave.

New Britain, CT 06053

http://www.hfsc.org

Tel: 860-223-2761

 

   New Haven, Connecticut

Yale New Haven Hospital served by Big Apple Clown Care Unit

20 York St

New Haven, CT 06510-3202

http://www.ynhh.org

Tel: 203-688-4242

 

Stamford, Connecticut        

Stamford Hospital Hospital served by H.A.H.A. Clowns (a volunteer) group at this hospital

30 Shelburne Rd

Stamford, CT   06902

http://www.stamfordhospital.org

Tel: 203-276-1000

Florida

 

   Alachua, Florida

Shands at Alachua General Hospital served by Jim Gorgans

Alachua, FL

 

     Gainesville, Florida

Shands Hospital served by Jim Gorgans

801 S W 2nd Ave

Gainesville, FL 32601

Tel: 352-733-0111

http://www.shands.org

Report through the Volunteer Office of Hospital

Gainesville Sunshine Clown alley

http://www.freewebs.com/sunshineclowns/

Contact: Jim “Rusty” Gorgans, Tel: 352 528-6167

e-mail: jgorgans@webkraft.net

Mail: Janet Rodel, 4310 NW 11 Pl., Gainesville, FL 32605

New Clowns required to complete Clowning 101 with alley training for 12 hours required, have servant’s attitude, dependable, Must know the Do’s and Don’ts of Hospital Clowning. Hospital Training Requirements: complete orientation which includes Hospital standards, shots.

Follow up with new clowns is done at regular monthly meetings of the alley, group provides own supplies used at hospital, clinic, etc.

 

Shands Children’s Hospital & Clinic served by Jim Gorgans

Gainesville, Florida

http://www.shands.org

Tel: 352-733-0111

 

   New Port Richey, Florida

Community Hospital served by Big Shoes, Big Hearts Caring Clown Unit

5637 Marine Parkway

New Port Richey, Florida 34652

http://www.communityhospitalnpr.com

Tel: 727-848-1733

 

Sarasota, Florida

TideWell Hospice served by Hospice Clown Circle, COAI Alley #348

Sarasota, Florida

http://tidewell.org/connections.html#clown

Report through Creative & Caring Connections Program, TideWell Hospice

Clown Group directed by Board of Directors

Contact: Betty “Sparky” Palsgrove

Tel: 941-729-2452

e-mail: bpals@earthlink.net

New Clowns are required to complete 21 hours of training, taught by four (4) experienced clowns of the group. A minimum of two (2) visits with a mentor is required following training.

Training Requirements include a shadowing visit prior to acceptance to the class, attend all classes including graduation, must pass a make up and wardbobe evaluation.

Hospice Requirements: Active participation in TideWell Hospice PR events, nursing home visits, parades, birthday parties, etc.

 

Iowa

   Cedar Rapids, Iowa

St. Luke’s Hospital served by Chris Montross & The Clown Connection

1026A Ave NE

Cedar Rapids, IA 52406-3026

http://www.crstlukes.com

Tel: 319-369-7211

 

 

Maryland

Easton, Maryland

Shore Health System served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

219 South Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601

http://www.shorehealth.org   Tel: 410-770-9054

Clown group website: http://www.bumpertcaringclowns.com/

Clown group email: info@bumpertcaringclowns.com

Bumper “T” Caring Clowns, Inc. P.O. Box 37,  Barrington, NJ 08007

 

Salisbury, Maryland

Peninsula Regional Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

100 East Carroll Street, Salisbury, MD  21801

http://www.peninsula.org/ Tel: 410-543-7284

Clown group website: http://www.bumpertcaringclowns.com/

Clown group email: info@bumpertcaringclowns.com

Bumper “T” Caring Clowns, Inc. P.O. Box 37,  Barrington, NJ 08007

 

 

Massachusetts

 

   Boston, Massachusetts

Children’ Hospital of Boston served by Big Apple Clown Care Unit

300 Longwood Ave

Boston, MA   02115

http://www.childrenshospital.org

Tel: 617-355-6000

 

   Worcester, Massachusetts

UMASS Hospital served by Central Mass. Clown Alley

119 Belmont St

Worcester, MA 01605

Michigan

 

Newaygo, Michigan

Newaygo County Commission on Aging

Director: Pamela Greinke

Caring Clown Contact: Pamela Greinke, Tel: 231 689-2100 or 800 689-2100

Contact: Pamela Greinke (Jingles), home Tel: 231 652-1531

greinkep@yahoo.com

 

 

New Jersey

For the hospitals in New Jersey served by the Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Contact the Bumper T. Caring Clowns at: info@bumpertcaringclowns.com

Clown group website: http://www.bumpertcaringclowns.com/

Bumper “T” Caring Clowns, Inc. P.O. Box 37,  Barrington, NJ 08007

Camden, New Jersey

Cooper University Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

One Cooper Plaza

Camden, NJ  08103

http://www.cooperhealth.org

Tel: 800-8-COOPER

  

   Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Cape Regional Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

2 Stone Harbor Boulevard

Cape May Court House, NJ 08210

http://www.caperegional.com

Tel: 609-463-2367

 

   Englewood, New Jersey

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

350 Engle Street

Englewood, NJ  07631

http://www.englewoodhospital.com

Tel: 201-894-3000

 

   Hamilton Square, New Jersey

Robert Wood Johnson Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1 Hamilton Health

Hamilton Square, NJ 08690

http://www.rwjhamilton.org

Tel: 609-584-6770

 

 

   Marlton, New Jersey

Wiesman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

92 Brick Road

Marlton, NJ 08053

http://www.weismanchildrens.com

Tel: 856-489-4520 Ext. 240

 

   Mt. Holly, New Jersey

Virtua Memorial Hospital of Burlington County served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

175 Madison Avenue

Mt. Holly, NJ  08060

http://www.virtua.org

Tel: 609-261-7073

 

Paterson, New Jersey

St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center served by Call Us Clowns, Inc.

703 Main Street

Paterson, NJ 07503

973-754-2000

http:// www.stjosephshealth.org

Part of the Volunteer Office Activities of the Hospital

Hospital Clown Group: Call Us Clowns, Inc

http: //www.callusclowns.org

email: president@callusclowns.org

phone: 201-805-2567

*Hospital Clowning Process:

New clowns are taught by the more senior clowns in group, their education consists of 10 – three hour sessions. In addition, the hospital requirements include: (1) Interview with the volunteer coordinator, (2) Receipt of a standard hospital volunteer training manual and then tested, (3) required attendance to a two session orientation, (4) Have two (2) negative TB tests initially, then annual, (5) ID Badge for security (both street clothes and clown). Clown Training requirements: Hospital Clowning is part of the 30 hour hours of classes all clowns receive. Caring clowns receive special hospital instructional book which is reviewed during the class. In addition, during the year, one hospital clown meeting is held to review any changes.

The Call Us Clown alley has a hospital coordinator for each hospital serviced responsible for maintaining communications with the volunteer coordinator at the hospital and completing evaluations.

Follow up after training consists of the new clowns paired with more experienced clowns and rotated for exposure, educational material shared during regular meetings and tips/experiences shared in the monthly newsletter.

 

Pomona, New Jersey

AtlantiCare Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

Jimmie Leeds Road

Pomona, NJ  08240

http://www.atlanticare.org

Tel: 609-652-1000

 

 

Ridgewood, New Jersey

Valley Hospital served by Call Us Clowns, Inc.

223 North Van Dien Avenue

Ridgewood, NJ 07450

201-447-8000

http://www.valleyhealth.com

Part of the Volunteer Office Activities of the Hospital

Hospital Clown Group: Call Us Clowns, Inc

http://www.callusclowns.org

email: president@callusclowns.org

phone: 201-805-2567

*Hospital Clowning Process:

New clowns are taught by the more senior clowns in group, their education consists of 10 – three hour sessions. In addition, the hospital requirements include: (1) Interview with the volunteer coordinator, (2) Receipt of a standard hospital volunteer training manual and then tested, (3) required attendance to a two session orientation, (4) Have two (2) negative TB tests initially, then annual, (5) ID Badge for security (both street clothes and clown). Clown Training requirements: Hospital Clowning is part of the 30 hour hours of classes all clowns receive. Caring clowns receive special hospital instructional book which is reviewed during the class. In addition, during the year, one hospital clown meeting is held to review any changes.

The Call Us Clown alley has a hospital coordinator for each hospital serviced responsible for maintaining communications with the volunteer coordinator at the hospital and completing evaluations.

Follow up after training consists of the new clowns paired with more experienced clowns and rotated for exposure, educational material shared during regular meetings and tips/experiences shared in the monthly newsletter.

 

 

 

Somers Point, New Jersey

Shore Memorial Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1 East New York Avenue

Somers Point, NJ 08244-2387

http://www.shorememorial.org

Tel: 609-653-3543

 

 

 

 

            Teaneck, New Jersey

Holy Name Hospital served by Call Us Clowns, Inc.

718 Teaneck Road

Teaneck, NJ 07666

201-833-3000

http://www.holyname.org

Part of the Volunteer Office Activities of the Hospital

Hospital Clown Group: Call Us Clowns, Inc

http: //www.callusclowns.org

email: president@callusclowns.org

phone: 201-805-2567

*Hospital Clowning Process:

New clowns are taught by the more senior clowns in group, their education consists of 10 – three hour sessions. In addition, the hospital requirements include: (1) Interview with the volunteer coordinator, (2) Receipt of a standard hospital volunteer training manual and then tested, (3) required attendance to a two session orientation, (4) Have two (2) negative TB tests initially, then annual, (5) ID Badge for security (both street clothes and clown). Clown Training requirements: Hospital Clowning is part of the 30 hour hours of classes all clowns receive. Caring clowns receive special hospital instructional book which is reviewed during the class. In addition, during the year, one hospital clown meeting is held to review any changes.

The Call Us Clown alley has a hospital coordinator for each hospital serviced responsible for maintaining communications with the volunteer coordinator at the hospital and completing evaluations.

Follow up after training consists of the new clowns paired with more experienced clowns and rotated for exposure, educational material shared during regular meetings and tips/experiences shared in the monthly newsletter.

 

 

Voorhees, New Jersey  

Voorhees Pediatric Facility served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1304 Laurel Oak Road

Voorhees, NJ  08043

http://www.forkidcare.com

Tel: 856-346-3300

 

North Carolina

   Raleigh, North Carolina

Rex Hospital served by Linny and Mo Webb

Raleigh, NC

 

 

 Pennsylvania

For those hospitals in Pennsylvania served by the Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Contact the Bumper T. Caring Clowns at: info@bumpertcaringclowns.com

Clown group website: http://www.bumpertcaringclowns.com/

Bumper “T” Caring Clowns, Inc. P.O. Box 37,  Barrington, NJ 08007

 

   Abington, Pennsylvania

Abington Memorial Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1200 Old York Road

Abington, PA 19001

http://www.amh.org

Tel: 215-481-2490

 

     Allentown, Pennsylvania

Lehigh Valley Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

P.O. Box 689, Cedar Crest & I-78

Allentown, PA  18105

http://www.lvhhn.org

Tel: 610-969-2264

 

   Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

801 Ostrum Street

Bethlehem, PA  18015

http://www.slhn-lehighvalley.org

Tel: 610-954-4000

 

   Bryn Mawr. Pennsylvania  

Bryn Mawr Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

130 So. Bryn Mawr Avenue

Bryn Mawr, PA  19010

http://www.mainlinehealth.org/bm

Tel: 610-526-3058

 

   Langhorne, Pennsylvania

St. Mary’s Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

Langhorne-Newtown Road

Langhorne, PA 19047

http://www.stmaryhealthcare.org

Tel: 215-710-2096

 

   Media, Pennsylvania

Riddle Memorial Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1068 W. Baltimore Pike

Media, PA  19063

http://www.riddlehospital.org

Tel: 610-891-3170

 

 

 

   Norristown, Pennsylvania  

Montgomery Hospital Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1301 Powell Street

Norristown, PA  19401

http://www.montgomeryhospital.com

Tel: 610-270-2437

 

   Paoli, Pennsylvania

Paoli Memorial Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

255 West Lancaster Avenue

Paoli, PA  19301

http://www.mainlinehealth.org/ph

Tel: 610-648-1099

 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hospital of University Pennsylvania  (HUP) served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

3400 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA  19104

http://www.pennhealth.com/pahosp

Tel: 215-829-5187

 

Jeanes Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

7600 Central Avenue

Philadelphia, PA  19111

http://www.jeanes.com

Tel:  215-728-2131

 

Pennsylvania Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

800 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

http://www.pennhealth.com/pahosp/

Tel:  215-829-3000

 

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

111 South 11th Street, Suite G2180

233 S. 10th Street

Philadelphia, PA  19107-5098

http://www.jeffersonhospital.org

Tel: 215-955-6222

 

   Phoenixville, Pennyslvania

Phoenixville Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

140 Nutt Road

Phoenixville, PA  19460

http://www.phoenixvillehospital.com

Tel: 610-983-1424

 

   Pottstown, Pennsylvania

Pottstown Memorial Medical Center served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

1600 E. High Street

Pottstown, PA  19464

http://www.pottstownmemorial.com/

Tel: 610-327-7000

 

State College, Pennsylvania

Mount Nittany Medical Center served by the Happy Valley Alley of World Clown Association

1800 East Park Avenue, State College, PA 16803

Hospital Website: http://www.mountnittany.org/ Tel: 814-231-7000

Clown Alley Website: http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/theclowns/

Email Hospital Clown Group Leader Betty Hodgson at: hxz@psu.edu

The Hospital Clowns serve through the Volunteer Department of the Hospital.

 

West Chester, Pennsylvania

The Chester County Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

701 E. Marshall Street

West Chester, PA 19380

http://www.cchosp.com

Tel: 610-431-5191

 

Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

Lankenau Hospital served by Bumper T. Caring Clowns, Inc.

100 Lancaster Avenue

Wynnewood, PA  19096

http://www.mainlinehealth.org/lh/

Tel: 610-645-2138

 

Texas

Corpus Christi, Texas

Driscoll Children’s Hospital served by 23 member Clowns Who Care group

3533 S. Alameda

Corpus Christi, TX 78411

http://www.driscollchildrens.org

Tel: 361-695-5011

 

Virginia

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Mary Washington Hospital served by clowns from Luv-n-Laffs Clown alley

1001 Sam Perry Blvd

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

http://marywashingtonhealthcare.com

Contact: Karin Ennis, Director of Volunteers

Mary Washington Hospital

Mary Washington Healthcare

Tel: 540-741-1440

Clown Grp: website: www.Luv-n-LaffsClowns.org

Luv-n-Laffs Clown Alley

Regester chapel UMC

P.O. Box 697

Stafford, VA 22555-0697

Clown Grp: website: www.Luv-n-LaffsClowns.org

Luv-n-Laffs Clown Alley

Regester chapel UMC

P.O. Box 697

Stafford, VA 22555-0697

 

Clown Training requirements: New clowns are required to attend Fundamentals of Clowning, a 27 week course including an additional two weeks of hospital/gospel, caring clowning with practicum. A shadowing program is set up for those interested in hospital clowning. The 27 week course is taught by the Luv-n-Laffs Clown School instructors.   In addition, the hospital requirements include: (1) become a volunteer, (2) complete mandatory hospital orientation, and (3) take annual TB tests. The hospital clowns are considered a separate department in the hospital.

 

Hospital clowns de-brief at the end of Rounds over a meal.

 

   Stafford, Virginia

Stafford Hospital served by clowns from Luv-n-Laffs Clown alley

101 Hospital Center Blvd

Stafford, VA 22554

http://marywashingtonhealthcare.com

Contact: Mary Ann Batsche, Manager Support Services

Stafford Hospital

Mary Washington Healthcare

Tel: 540-741-9043

Contact: Mary.batschce@MWHC.com

Clown Grp: website: www.Luv-n-LaffsClowns.org

Luv-n-Laffs Clown Alley

Clown Grp e-mail: Frank_Ringquist@msn.com

Contact: Frank Ringquist

Tel: 540 752-0240

Regester chapel UMC

P.O. Box 697

Stafford, VA 22555-0697

 

Clown Training requirements: New clowns are required to attend Fundamentals of Clowning, a 27 week course including an additional two weeks of hospital/gospel, caring clowning with practicum. A shadowing program is set up for those interested in hospital clowning. The 27 week course is taught by the Luv-n-Laffs Clown School instructors.   In addition, the hospital requirements include: (1) become a volunteer, (2) complete mandatory hospital orientation, and (3) take annual TB tests. The hospital clowns are considered a separate department in the hospital.

 

Hospital clowns de-brief at the end of Rounds over a meal.

 

 

Washington

 

   Coupeville, Washington

Whidbey General Hospital served by DR StumbleMore, Bumper “T” Caring Clowns, Inc

101 North Main Street

Coupeville, WA 98239

www://www.drstumblemore.org

e-mail: drstumblemore@mac.com

Tel: 360-202-2424

 

   Seattle, Washington

Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center served by Carole “Pookie” Johnson

4800 Sand Point Way NE

Seattle, WA 98105

http://www.seattlechildrens.org

Tel: 206-987-2000

 

Stevens Hospital served by Carole “Pookie” Johnson

Lynnwood, WA 98036

Tel: 425-640-4034

 

Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin served by its own clown troupe

PO Box 1997

Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997

http://www.chw.org

Tel: 877607-5280