Nov
21
2017

Craniofacial Clinic patients attend screening of Wonder

Because of the complexity of conditions seen at Texas Children’s, many patients and families view the health system and its staff as a family that supports them both inside and outside the hospital. That relationship was on full display November 15 when several patients of the Texas Children’s Craniofacial Clinic were given the opportunity to Read More…

Nov
21
2017

Texas Children’s patients, their families celebrate Thanksgiving

On November 16, Texas Children’s hosted a Thanksgiving feast for many patients and their families in The Zone at Texas Children’s Medical Center campus. Decorated in fall themed colors fit for the occasion, children dined on turkey and ham, veggies, fruit and plenty of sweet treats including good old-fashioned pumpkin pie. Children also played games, Read More…

Nov
21
2017

Patient family credits Texas Children’s epilepsy team for daughter’s seizure-free outcome

Six-year-old Molly Malinsky and her parents have a lot to be grateful for this holiday season. After their daughter was diagnosed with a seizure disorder at four months old, Molly is now seizure free, a miraculous outcome that her family credits to Texas Children’s world-class neuroscience team. When the Malinskys learned that their daughter’s physician Read More…

Nov
21
2017

Texas Children’s Cancer Center focus of Forum Luncheon

Hundreds of Texas Children’s supporters attended The Forum Luncheon in Houston on November 13. Hosted by The Development Department, the event focused on the success of the Texas Children’s Cancer Center and featured stories from two cancer survivors as well as an in-depth conversation between Cancer Center Director Dr. David Poplack and Fox 26 Morning Read More…

Nov
21
2017

In memoriam: Nancy Sherman

Nancy Irene Sherman, RN Utilization Management Reviewer at Texas Children’s Health Plan, died November 8 at the age of 63. Nancy’s care and love for people led her to spend 40 years in the field of nursing. Over the course of her career at Texas Children’s Health Plan, Nancy worked as case manager and eventually Read More…