Ryan Seacrest and his family opened the 14th Seacrest Studio in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, December 5, at Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital.
Top Gun Maverick star Miles Teller as well as singer Andy Grammer and actor Zachary Levi were also on hand to celebrate the opening of the new studio with patients and their families.
“We are thrilled to welcome Primary Children’s Hospital to the RSF family as we open the 14th Seacrest Studio at children’s hospitals nationwide, and the third one this year,” Seacrest shared. “It’s incredibly rewarding to know that more kids will have access to the wonders of media during their stay and I look forward to seeing how they use these new skills in the years to come."
Seacrest Studios around the country in Children's Hospitals allow caregivers and patients to host segments and participate in call-in programs with other patients in the hospital as well as meet and mingle with their favorite celebrities and artists who visit during their treatment.
“A hospital can be scary and unfamiliar place for kids receiving care, but having an area where they can connect with others while healing is vital to a child’s wellbeing,” said Katy Welkie, chief executive officer of Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital and vice president of Intermountain Children’s Health. “We’re thrilled to have Seacrest Studios be a part of our future of care.”
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