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Honoring those with a passionate commitment to ensure the health and happiness of children everywhere
Named for our founder who vowed no child would ever have to leave our region to receive world-class care, the Ambassador David M. Walters International Pediatric Hall of Fame pays homage to individuals from all walks of life who are strong advocates for children’s causes.
Nicklaus Children's Health System board chair and founder of the Michael Fux Family Center at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, which is a home away from home for our patients and families.
African stateswoman whose long professional and public life is heavily rooted in the international advocacy for women and children’s rights.
World's most famous baby photographer and generous supporter of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Three-time Indy500 winner as well as "Dancing with the Stars" champion and children's health advocate.
Globally renowned Grammy-Award winning musician, performer, business entrepreneur and celebrity ambassador to our Together For The Children Campaign.
Internationally renowned pop artist, who created the logo for the Together For The Children, Campaign for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Grammy Award-winning Hispanic artist and global activist for peace through his foundations Mi Sangre and Paz Sin Fronteras.
Grammy Award-winning artist who re-wrote the iconic I Will Survive song for the Bald, Brave, Beautiful® project at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
Music legends and South Florida icons whose work on behalf of children on a global scale has impacted countless lives, many times anonymously.
First family of golf, champions of children's causes and partners of two Nicklaus Children's Hospital Nicklaus Centers in Palm Beach County.
NBA World Champion, Olympic athlete, Founder of Wade’s World Foundation, friend and supporter of Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
Internationally renowned recording star, actress and humanitarian. A passionate and transcendent performer committed to her deep love of music that she shares with the world.
Hometown hero, former Florida Marlins World Series Champion and supporter of children’s health issues.
Internationally recognized founder of Partners in Health, dedicated to developing and implementing healthcare in some of the most devastated areas of the world.
Internationally renowned pediatric neurosurgeon and teacher dedicated to the treatment and recovery of children with brain and spinal tumors.
Dynamic, energetic actress and committed spokesperson for children’s causes.
Former Manager of the Baltimore Orioles and generous supporter of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Visionary and President Emeritus of Miami Children’s Health Foundation.
Internationally recognized authority on pediatric infectious diseases.
Played Maria on Sesame Street and Emmy-winning writer for Sesame Street.
Talented and captivating actress and activist for children’s environmental health issues.
Inventor, entrepreneur and advocate for science and technology through his FIRST program.
Clinician, educator, researcher and leading force for the prevention of infant mortality.
Creator of the Foundation for Worldwide Mercy & Sharing, bringing health and hope to children in Haiti.
Internationally renowned educator and researcher in pediatric vaccine development.
Retired NFL star, role model and champion of children’s causes.
Creator of Big Apple Circus Clown Unit in children’s hospitals nationwide.
Outstanding philanthropist dedicated to children’s causes.
"The Science Guy," innovative teacher and patron of children.
Pioneer of bone marrow transplantation.
Creators and supporters of the Special Olympics.
Founder and Chairman of Best Buddies International.
Pioneer of innovative pediatric cardiac procedures.
Performing artist and Co-founder of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®.
Champion for human rights and children’s causes.
Pioneer and leader in pediatric endocrinology.
Defender of missing and exploited children.
Pediatrician, first female and Hispanic United States Surgeon General.
International legend and Ambassador for UNICEF and children.
Legendary actress and photographer passionate for children’s causes.
Educator and entertainer of children through her character "Lamb Chop".
Active promoters of organ donation internationally through the Nicholas Effect.
Supporter of children’s theatrical programs.
Philanthropists for children through their support of Make-A-Wish® Foundation.
International pediatric neurologist in brain abnormalities.
Developer of Hepatitis "B" vaccine.
Former First Lady and founder of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.
Theatrical legend, child advocate and Ambassador for UNICEF.
International corporate giant and philanthropist for children.
International award-winning pediatric pulmonologist.
World renowned pediatric craniofacial surgeon specializing in cleft lip and palate.
Canadian Chairman of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® Telethon.
International philanthropist for children’s needs.
Acclaimed comedic and dramatic actress and spokesperson for children.
Children’s advocate and former United States Surgeon General.
Creators of CD Rod for spinal injuries.
Founder of Project Hope, bringing specialized healthcare to Latin America and the Caribbean.
Oscar nominee and humanitarian for children.
Producer of Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus.
Animation and cartoon pioneers in children’s entertainment.
Pioneer in pediatric heart surgery.
Children’s entertainer on television’s "Kukla, Fran and Ollie" show.
Creator of the "Howdy Doody" show, a children’s television program.
Renowned geneticist and medical author.
Entertainer and "Pied Piper" to the children of the world.
Nobel Prize nominee for pediatric cardiology.
Savior of "Blue Babies," newborns with cyanotic conditions.
Developer of the first polio vaccine.
Children’s entertainer on television’s "Captain Kangaroo".
International legend in children’s entertainment.
Generous benefactor and permanent Grande Dame of the Hall of Fame Gala.