Apr
5
2016

Super Star Employee: Girija Babu

Girija Babu of Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women’s Mother/Baby Unit is the latest Texas Children’s Super Star employee. “Leadership in my definition is not just someone who leads a group but someone who works along with their group and helps them through their problems like their own family member,” Babu said. Read more of Babu’s Read More…

Apr
5
2016

Pediatric otolaryngologist showcased in New England Journal of Medicine online feature

An instructional video from pediatric otolaryngologist Dr. Ellen Friedman was recently showcased in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) online feature on Videos in Clinical Medicine. In the 15-minute video, Friedman outlines the best approaches and techniques for “Removal of Foreign Bodies from the Ear and Nose.” Subscribers to the journal can view the Read More…

Apr
5
2016

Dr. Tamir Miloh named director of Pediatric Hepatology and Liver Transplant Medicine

Texas Children’s Hospital is proud to announce Dr. Tamir Miloh as director of pediatric hepatology and liver transplant medicine. “I am thrilled to welcome Dr. Miloh to our team,” said Dr. John Goss, medical director of transplant services and professor of surgery and chief of the division of abdominal transplantation at Baylor College of Medicine. Read More…

Apr
5
2016

Texas Children’s hosts Doctor’s Day luncheon

In honor of Doctor’s Day, Texas Children’s recognized its physicians at a March 30 luncheon at the Pavilion for Women and Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus. The purpose of the luncheon was to thank our talented physicians for all they do for our organization and the health of the children who come to Texas Children’s Read More…

Apr
5
2016

Quest Diagnostics partnership provides refined pathology services, innovation opportunities

When a patient comes to Texas Children’s looking for an answer to their medical woes, lab work plays a big part in the diagnosis and treatment of that patient and their family. A recent report by the Institute of Medicine has highlighted the need for improved diagnosis in healthcare. We at Texas Children’s want to Read More…