Aug
1
2017

Texas Children’s partners with Project ADAM to prevent sudden cardiac death

Texas Children’s Heart Center has partnered with Project ADAM® to help prevent the deaths of children and adolescents due to sudden cardiac arrest. Started in Wisconsin in 1999 by a family whose son died from the condition, Project ADAM® helps schools nationwide implement programs to make automated external defibrillators (AEDs) readily available by preparing schools Read More…

Aug
1
2017

Pavilion for Women supports nursing mothers, World Breastfeeding Week

As a mother to three young boys, Sarah Yarbrough made sure her babies received the best life-saving gift she could give them – her own breast milk. While breastfeeding has many health benefits for infants, Yarbrough knows the challenges that new mothers often experience during their breastfeeding journey. “After the birth of my first baby, Read More…

Aug
1
2017

Fleischer will join Texas Children’s as senior vice president of Revenue Cycle

Richelle Fleischer will be joining Texas Children’s as our new Senior Vice President of Revenue Cycle effective August 14, 2017. Richelle is a Certified Public Accountant, with a Master’s of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and is a Virginia native. She started her career in public accounting and healthcare consulting. She has held executive Read More…

Aug
1
2017

Riviello named associate section head for epilepsy, neurophysiology, neurocritical care

Texas Children’s is proud to announce Dr. James Riviello as associate section head for Epilepsy, Neurophysiology and Neurocritical Care in the section of Neurology and Developmental Neuroscience. Riviello’s clinical interests include seizures, convulsions, medically refractory epilepsy and the evaluation of children for epilepsy surgery and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. He also has a special interest in Read More…