Oct
17
2017

Texas Children’s Hospital named one of the Best Places to Work in Houston

For the twelfth consecutive year, Texas Children’s Hospital has been ranked by the Houston Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work in Houston. This year Texas Children’s ranked No. 3 among companies employing more than 1,000 employees! “This ranking is a result of employees’ transparent feedback about life at Texas Children’s, and Read More…

Oct
17
2017

Texas Children’s co-hosts the largest, successful nursing event of the year

Last week, Texas Children’s co-hosted the largest annual nursing conference in the country, along with other local Magnet® hospitals. More than 10,000 nurses and nursing executives representing more than 20 countries gathered at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston for the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) National Magnet Conference® from October 11 to Read More…

Oct
17
2017

Caught You Caring video series spotlights ‘above and beyond’ employees

“One thing I enjoy most about Texas Children’s is meeting the families, and having a positive interaction with the patients and the families as a whole,” said Keith Thomas, an ambulatory services representative at Texas Children’s Autism Center and a 2017 Caught You Caring Award recipient. When Jennifer Evans interviewed Keith nearly two years ago, Read More…

Oct
17
2017

Cancer Center director and Puerto Rican native helps island recover

As Dr. Ricardo Flores, clinical director of the Cancer and Hematology Centers at Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands, listened to the news about the devastation in Puerto Rico after the island was slammed with two hurricanes in less than a month, he knew he had to do something to help his homeland. So, he and Read More…

Oct
17
2017

Making A Mark exhibit on The Auxiliary Bridge until October 27

Texas Children’s Cancer Center’s Making A Mark art exhibition is showing on The Auxiliary Bridge until Friday, October 27. Sponsored by the Periwinkle Foundation, this exhibit showcases more than 300 pieces of art created by young patients as well as larger-than-life pieces made in collaboration with local artist Jon Clark. The exhibit is in honor of Read More…