Mar
30
2016

Code of Ethical Behavior

The Texas Children’s Code of Ethical Behavior sets forth the guidelines that govern our interactions among workforce members, patients, and vendors, and sets expectations for our behavior, in order to ensure we achieve our purpose in full compliance with our values and the law.   Frequently Asked Questions 1. Why does Texas Children’s have a Read More…

Mar
29
2016

Video highlights Texas Children’s six in-chiefs

Texas Children’s six in-chiefs lead a team of some of the top pediatric specialist in the nation. That team and their leaders are being recognized this week in honor of Doctor’s Day. See for yourself how integral they are to the success of our organization and the health of the many children who come to Read More…

Mar
29
2016

Texas Children’s energy-efficient buildings reflect commitment to environmental sustainability

When you see Texas Children’s growing footprint in the Houston community – like the construction of Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands and the 19-floor vertical expansion of Pediatric Tower E – we’ve achieved amazing things to ensure we deliver the right care at the right place and time to our patients. While our physical footprint Read More…

Mar
22
2016

Record-setting day for kidney transplants at Texas Children’s

Friday, March 11, was a record-setting day for the renal transplant service at Texas Children’s Hospital with the team completing four kidney transplants in 18 hours. Wednesday evening, Claudia Kim, renal transplant coordinator, received a call that two kidneys were available and were a match for two of our patients. Kim and Dr. Eileen Brewer, Read More…

Mar
22
2016

Texas Children’s reaches 100th laser ablation milestone to treat seizure disorders

Texas Children’s neurology and neurosurgery teams recently surpassed 100 laser ablation procedures. This minimally invasive surgical brain procedure has significantly improved the quality of life for many children with debilitating seizure disorders. Ranked no. 2 in neurology and neurosurgery by U.S. News & World Report, Texas Children’s is the first hospital in the world to Read More…