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T.J.'s Move: He's Here!
T.J.'s Adventures


Don't miss the bus, T.J.!

With two weeks to go until the new University of Missouri Children’s Hospital opens its doors, T.J. is excited to show his friends his new home. Come by and meet the doctors, nurses and staff of Children’s Hospital. The new hospital is complete with world-class care, technology, research and you know who!

Open house
Sunday, Sept. 12, 2-4 p.m.
MU Women’s and Children’s Hospital (formerly Columbia Regional Hospital)
404 Keene St., Columbia, Mo.


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T.J. is rollin'

It’s three weeks and counting for the new University of Missouri Children’s Hospital to open on the east side of Columbia. It’s quite a trek for a little tiger. But with great friends helping him travel along the way, he’s sure to be there on time!

Watch T.J.’s adventures each week as his friends help him make his way across Columbia.


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T.J.'s on his way

In four weeks, the doctors, nurses and staff of University of Missouri Children's Hospital will say goodbye to University Hospital and hello to the new Children's Hospital. It's a new home, but the world-class care and love will stay the same.

Watch T.J.’s adventures each week as his friends help him travel to his new home.


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 T.J.'s packin' up

In five weeks, T.J. and his friends at Children’s Hospital will have a home of their own. They are packing up all the world-class care, technology, research and love ... and moving to their new home at the former Columbia Regional Hospital.

Watch T.J.’s adventures each week as he makes his way across Columbia.


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