Jan
31
2017

Five Texas Children’s nurses, two patients surprised with tickets to the big game

Five Texas Children’s nurses and two patients from Texas Children’s Cancer Center will get a chance of a lifetime to watch the football game at NRG Stadium this Sunday, thanks to the generosity of Texas Children’s community partners, Direct Energy and Hyundai’s Hope on Wheels Program. Surrounded by colorful balloons and football-themed décor, Texas Children’s Read More…

Jan
31
2017

Texas Children’s patients to be featured on FOX Sports’ pregame show

When 60 million people tune in to watch the professional football championship game this Sunday, Texas Children’s patients will take center stage right before the on-the-field action during FOX Sports’ pregame show. The segment highlighting Texas Children’s will focus on a very special football-themed party with Houston Texans defensive end, Devon Still. The party, held Read More…

Jan
31
2017

New food option for employees opens in Meyer Building

Texas Children’s employees have a new place to grab breakfast, lunch, a snack, coffee or even a bite for dinner. The Meyer Market on the first floor of the Meyer Building opened January 24 and offers hundreds of fresh food options in a retail space built just for you. Managed by Canteen, one of the Read More…

Jan
31
2017

Patient born with heart condition finishes half marathon

When Jack Guyre was born, he was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot, which changes the normal flow of blood through the heart. Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Charles Fraser Jr. repaired the defect when Jack was 9 months old. Following a relatively healthy childhood combined with monitoring by Texas Children’s cardiologists, Dr. Henri Read More…

Jan
31
2017

Critical Care Medicine faculty, fellows present at SCCM annual meeting

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) held its 46th Annual Congress on January 21 to 25 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The SCCM is the largest and best attended annual meeting of the specialty of critical care. This year, the Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital’s section of Critical Care Medicine had an outstanding Read More…