Dec
16
2014

The patient census and what it means for Texas Children’s

Six hundred and fifty inpatient beds make up the Texas Children’s Hospital system. On any given day, hundreds of patients come through the hospital doors at Main Campus and West Campus. Whether they walk through our doors on their own, or are transferred from another hospital, these patients require the care of Texas Children’s Hospital Read More…

Dec
16
2014

DOTV enhances efficiency, saves millions in operational costs

What do Community Coffee, Microsoft and Stryker have in common? All three strategic business partners – and several others – helped us save about $25 million in operational costs. Delivering on the Vision (DOTV) Non-Labor Initiative was more than just a cost-savings expedition. It prompted us to think like a system and ask ourselves, “What Read More…

Dec
16
2014

Texas Children’s Heart Transplant Program celebrates 30th anniversary

Texas Children’s Hospital recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of its heart transplant program. Since its inception in 1984, Texas Children’s Heart Center has performed more than 300 heart transplants, making the program one of the most active and largest in the nation. A team of experts – including heart transplant surgeons, pediatric cardiologists, transplant coordinators Read More…

Dec
16
2014

Super Star Employee: Joshua O’Brien

Read the newest Super Star interview featuring Joshua O’Brien with Corporate Financial Planning below. Q&A: Joshua O’Brien, September 2014 Employee Your name, title and department. How long have you worked here? Joshua O’Brien, Senior Financial Analyst for Corporate Financial Planning. I’ve worked at Texas Children’s Hospital for 8.5 years. What month are you Super Star for? September Read More…