Construction Update: October 16, 2020

More than 200 members of our construction team wore capes to celebrate Cape Day and honor the superhero patients battling illnesses and injuries at Children's.

Thank you for your patience as we continue construction on the North Druid Hills campus. Below you will find construction updates and traffic impacts related to this development.

Celebrating Cape Day at Our Construction Site

Today is Cape Day! First introduced in 2014, Cape Day is an annual tradition that encourages the community to honor and celebrate the superhero patients battling illnesses and injuries at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Every day, our patients overcome healthcare obstacles and face challenges that most of us could never imagine. We wear a cape in honor of them.

In advance of Cape Day, more than 200 members of our construction team celebrated these patients by donning capes and striding across the construction site of the Arthur M. Blank Hospital. Every day, this team is doing their part to advance the Children’s mission to help make kids better today and healthier tomorrow.

If you’d like to honor these incredibly brave kids, here’s how you can take part in the fun:

  • Participate in one of our virtual Cape Day activities.
  • Take a photo or make a video of your cape-wearing crew and share on social media with #CapeDayATL. On Twitter and Instagram, include a tag to @childrensatl so we can be sure to engage from our channels.

Thank you for helping give these heroes the super-sized salute they deserve and for your continued support of Children’s.

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