May
16
2017

Texas Children’s 3,000+ nurses recognized during National Nurses Week

Each year as we salute nurses across the country during National Nurses Week from May 6 to May 12, Texas Children’s celebrated our incredible team of more than 3,000 nurses for their many successes, accomplishments and contributions to our patients and their families. This year’s theme for Nurses Week was Nursing: The Balance of Mind, Read More…

May
16
2017

Family Fertility Center achieves exceptional IVF outcomes through technology, research

Hearing the words, “you’re pregnant” can be an exciting, life-changing moment. But for many couples struggling with infertility, the journey to parenthood is frustrating, stressful, and can at times feel hopeless. For almost two years, Brooke Schmitt and her husband, Daniel, struggled to start a family, but infertility issues got in the way of achieving Read More…

May
16
2017

Periwinkle Arts In Medicine Program’s partnership with Houston Symphony lifts patients’ spirits

The moment Hellen Weberpal’s bow hit her cello, 13-month-old Kimberly Guerra was mesmerized. The little girl shot up in her seat in her inpatient room on the ninth floor of the Cancer Center and watched Weberpal as she played her instrument. During the 10-minute serenade, Kimberly smiled, giggled and clapped in joyous wonder. Weberpal, a Read More…

May
16
2017

Specialty Care at Eagle Springs now open

Texas Children’s joined forces with community leaders on May 5 to celebrate the opening of Specialty Care at Eagle Springs. The clinic at 5514 Atascocita Road, Suite 190, in Humble is Texas Children’s newest pediatric specialty care clinic, offering convenient services to children and families in Humble and surrounding areas. Services offered at the Eagle Read More…

May
9
2017

Texas Children’s receives outstanding marks from Joint Commission

Texas Children’s recently received an impressive report card from The Joint Commission with surveyors commending the hospital for demonstrating several best practices. “Our survey results are a great indication that we are meeting the expectation of quality care for our patients,” said Texas Children’s President and CEO Mark A. Wallace. “This should only propel us Read More…