Jul
21
2015

Nursing professional day aims to advance the field through shared education

Nurses from all over the organization are invited to join an around-the-clock nursing professional day designed to educate through knowledge sharing. The 24-hour event is a first-of-its-kind seminar-style program that allows nurses with expertise in specific areas to present, sharing their knowledge with their colleagues. The nursing professional day is aimed at improving patient care Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Employees benefit from massage therapy at Pavilion for Women

As a neonatal nurse at Texas Children’s Newborn Center, Brittany Gonzalez spends most of her day on her feet doing what she loves – taking care of sick infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. “At the end of my 13-hour shift, my feet are tired,” Gonzalez said. “When I get massages, it soothes my Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Q&A: Wendy Knight, March 2015 Employee

Wendy Knight from Kangaroo Crew transport team is the latest Texas Children’s Super Star employee. “What makes one person standout from another is the little things,” said Knight. “It’s not only doing your job, but trying to put a smile on a little one’s face in one of the worst times of their lives.” Read Read More…

Jun
30
2015

Employees can track new shuttles with GPS technology

Have you ever wondered if you have time to cross one more task off your to-do list before hopping on the shuttle? Better yet, have you debated whether you even have time to make the bus? Answers to both of these questions and other shuttle-related quandaries now can be found online via your desktop or Read More…

Jun
30
2015

Andre outlines nursing priorities, asks for feedback

Last week, Chief Nursing Officer Mary Jo Andre met with a room full of nursing leaders at the monthly Nursing Congress meeting to outline the framework of an aggressive 100-day plan for nursing. Andre said she and other leaders are examining all nursing feedback from the past several months to determine where to prioritize efforts Read More…