St. Charles Health System Presents
Tickets: FREE event, ticket required
On Feb. 22, 2001, 18-month-old Josie King died from medical errors at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Josie’s mother, Sorrel King, has since dedicated her life to raising awareness of medical errors, which kill 98,000 people every year in the United States.
St. Charles Health System invites you to a special evening with Sorrel King, author of Josie’s Story, who will share the story of her daughter’s death, her family’s struggle to deal with their grief, her foray into the health care industry as a patient safety advocate and the safety improvements that have come about as a result of Josie’s death.