"When you walk in, there is not a sense of foreboding. There is not a sense of dread or doom. There is a sense of hope. There is a sense of family. There is a sense of urgency that they want these kids well and you want them well now," James said.
Chase Hamm, a patient at the hospital, agrees with James.
"It's more like a playground, or a family, or a home," Hamm said.
It costs $1.5 million a day to operate the hospital, and all donations went to making sure no child will have to pay for treatment.