Superheroes, princess, witches and goblins paraded through the halls of Moanalua Medical Center today, as pediatrics patients made the rounds to nearly every floor. The annual trick-or-treat event allows hospitalized keiki the opportunity to experience the fun of Halloween by collecting goodies at 18 different stations.
Thirteen children, ranging in age from five months to 17 years, were accompanied by their family members as they collected stickers, pencils, erasers and coloring books from Kaiser Permanente physicians and staff in costume. Cardiology, pharmacy and surgery were just a few of the many departments that welcomed the young patients to pass through their halls for a handful of healthy treats. Keiki who were not able to leave their beds or units received hand-delivered Halloween goodies.