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Ready to create some healthy family habits or build on the ones you already have? We can help.

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EMERGENCY PREVENTION

We provide resources to keep your family safe and sound at home and at play. Here you can learn more about:

  • Crying babies and shaken baby prevention 
  • Car seat safety
  • Burn prevention
  • Poison prevention

LEARN HOW TO PREVENT EMERGENCIES

Safety tips & tools

Our award-winning programs provide tools like checklists and tip sheets to keep your family safe and sound at home and at play: 

  • Babysitter checklist 
  • Emergency consent form 
  • Home safety checklist 
  • Safe sleep for infants and crib safety standards
  • Window safety checklist
Stay Safe With These Checklists

Safety classes and programs

We provide a range of classes to support you and your family. Our classes include:

  • Baby safe classes
  • CPR & AED classes
  • Helmet safety clinics
  • Teen driving classes & workshops
Register for classes today
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The Safety Center

The Randall Children's Hospital Safety Center, in the lobby of Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, is a fun and innovative facility. Designed to resemble a typical home, it offers hands-on practice and one-on-one education to show you how to protect curious children. By appointment only: Call 503-413-4600 or e-mail RCHInjuryPrevention@lhs.org.

Randall Children's Hospital Safety Center
located in the Atrium at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
501 N. Graham St. 
Portland, OR 97227
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Off to a healthy start with immunizations

Immunizations are a proven way to protect yourself and your family against many diseases. Age-appropriate immunization starts at birth and continues through adulthood, with special emphasis through age two. Ask your child's care team about the best immunizations for your child.