Sep
12
2017

Cancer Center patients, families, employees explain why they Go Gold

Each year in September, Texas Children’s Cancer Center goes gold to honor the courageous journeys of our patients and families who have been touched by pediatric cancer and to create awareness about the challenges these children and their loved ones face. It is also a special time to honor the Cancer Center’s staff and everyone Read More…

Aug
22
2017

Let Texas Children’s Hear Your Voice by taking the Experience Survey before September 3

Since 1954, our mission has been to provide unparalleled family-centered care for our patients and their families. To deliver on this promise, we need engaged employees and physician partners working together in a collaborative and transparent environment. This survey is one of the most powerful ways we have to measure our team members’ connectivity to 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…

Aug
22
2017

Texas Children’s NICU reunion brings patient families, staff together

On August 5, more than 450 patients and families traveled from all over the country for the 2017 Texas Children’s Newborn Center family reunion. The reunion celebrated former patients who graduated from the Newborn Center in 2016 after spending 10 days or more in our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The reunion was held at Read More…