In 1907, Anne Clise and 23 of her female friends started the first facility in the Pacific Northwest where children could be treated against inflammatory rheumatism. Her vision was to care for children regardless of race, religion, gender, or a family's ability to pay.
While care has extended since, today Seattle's Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center is still guided by Clive's ideas.
Children's first 100 years were marked by 25 Top Events.
100 Years of personal stories of young patients can be found on Children's web site.
KOMO TV created an hour long special: A Century of Caring and Hope.