Mar
25
2014

How my son overcame heart surgery at Texas Children’s

March 21, 2013 was the day our relationship with Texas Children’s Hospital changed. My husband, Matt, and I are both employees at the hospital, so Texas Children’s is very near and dear to us. We have enjoyed our many years serving our patients and working with the wonderful employees of this organization. I have been Read More…

Mar
25
2014

Women with placenta condition travel to Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women in search of treatment

Lindsey Gillespie, a Dallas nurse and mom of three young boys, was expecting a routine pregnancy to deliver her fourth child. But during a scheduled ultrasound to determine the gender of the baby, the nurse noticed something odd. After being fully evaluated, doctors suspected placenta percreta, the rarest and most severe form of placenta accreta. Read More…

Mar
25
2014

Poison Control: Texas Children’s newest consulting physician tackles toxins

When a boy arrived at Texas Children’s with massive, progressive swelling caused by a bite from a southern copperhead, toxicologist Dr. Spencer Greene knew just what to do. “Doctors at an outside hospital minimized the significance of the bite and had no intention to treat him, even though he was very symptomatic,” said Greene. “We Read More…

Mar
25
2014

Growing West

Out West is a story of tremendous growth. Over the past three years, Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus has been serving one of the fastest growing pediatric populations and as the population grows, so has the community hospital. To meet the needs of the community, the hospital has expanded its services already and continues to Read More…

Mar
25
2014

Bump Watch: Pavilion trivia – 24 months of delivering miracles

Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women opened its doors two years ago and has been exceeding expectations ever since. View the photos below and see if you can guess some of the most memorable moments from the last 24 months. Then scroll to the bottom of the page for the answers 1. What was the official Read More…