May
29
2018

Texas Children’s prepares West Campus for 2018 hurricane season and other emergencies

The Department of Emergency Management is presenting its 2nd Annual Emergency Management Corridor event: Thursday, May 31, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – West Campus – First-floor corridor near conference center Emergency Management will be on hand to help you prepare for hurricane season by offering tips and resources, getting your emergency supplies ready, and Read More…

May
22
2018

Registration opens for Texas Children’s sponsored Houston Texans Jr. Cheerleaders

If your little one was born a performer, now is their chance to do it live at NRG Stadium! Texas Children’s Hospital is sponsoring an event that will give participants the opportunity to practice and perform with the Houston Texans cheerleaders on Saturday, August 18, during the pregame ceremonies of the Houston Texans vs San Read More…

May
15
2018

Camp Pump It Up offers children with heart disease camp experience

Almost 130 children, ages 8 to 12 years old, recently attended “Camp Pump It Up,” a camp for patients with cardiac disease and their siblings. In existence for almost 20 years, the camp has grown allowing more children to experience a weekend away with other children with heart disease. For many the camp is their Read More…

May
15
2018

Texas Children’s exceeds fundraising goal to support March of Dimes walk

On May 6, over 30,000 people from across the Greater Houston community laced up to participate in the 2018 March for Babies walk at the University of Houston, including around 400 Texas Children’s employees, patients and their families who all share the same passion for improving the health of babies. This year, Texas Children’s contributed Read More…

May
9
2018

Mothers donates kidney to 7-year-old son giving him chance at better life

From the time Colton Makow was born, he faced an uphill battle. He spent his first 61 days of life in Texas Children’s Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and while there, was told by doctors that his kidneys were damaged from lack of oxygen and that he one day would need a transplant. Devastated by Read More…