Sep
19
2017

Significant progress has been made inside Texas Children’s Legacy Tower

Since the topping out celebration of Texas Children’s Legacy Tower nearly seven month ago, significant construction milestones have been reached inside the tower’s 400-foot-tall structure at Texas Children’s Medical Center campus. Carefully designed to promote the safest possible environment to care for our most critically ill patients and their families, construction is underway on the Read More…

Sep
19
2017

Mary Jo Andre recognized as one of the 60+ “CNOs to Know” for 2017

Chief nursing executives and chief nursing officers play a crucial role in a hospital or health systems’ success. Many top nursing executives oversee large teams of nurses to ensure quality of care and patient experience. Texas Children’s Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President Mary Jo Andre was recently recognized as one of the “60+ Read More…

Sep
8
2017

Plastic Surgery faculty named to new endowed positions

Dr. William Pederson has been named the Samuel Stal, MD Endowed Chair in Plastic Surgery, and Dr. Edward Reece has been named the Josephine Abercrombie Endowed Professor in Plastic Surgery Research. “Both Dr. Pederson and Dr. Reece are exceptionally worthy recipients of these endowed positions,” said Dr. Larry Hollier, associate surgeon-in-chief for clinical affairs and Read More…

Aug
22
2017

Texas Children’s receives kudos from Facebook for prompt online responsiveness

Social media is a large part of almost everyone’s daily life. It’s where people connect with friends, meet new people and find out information to make important life decisions. More and more people are using Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media outlets as a tool to help them decide where to get their health Read More…

Aug
22
2017

Houston Texans cheerleaders host cheerleading camp at hospital

Patients got a special treat last week when the Houston Texans cheerleaders paid them a visit and hosted their third annual mini Jr. cheerleading camp at Texas Children’s Hospital. Equipped with fluffy pom-poms, T-shirts and hats, the cheerleaders spent an hour working with the patients on a dance routine, playing games, signing autographs and posing Read More…