Feb
6
2018

Heart Center launches Facebook page

Just in time for Heart Awareness Month, Texas Children’s Hospital’s No. 1-ranked Heart Center by U.S. News & World Report launched its very own Facebook page! Packed with information about the Heart Center’s roots, expertise and exciting future in providing top notch care, the page will provide an avenue for Heart Center medical staff and Read More…

Dec
12
2017

Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus nationally recognized as a top children’s hospital

For the fourth year, Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus has been named one of the 10 top children’s hospitals in the nation by The Leapfrog Group, an independent hospital watchdog organization. The award recognizes achievements in patient safety and quality and is widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive and exclusive honors an American Read More…

Apr
11
2017

Texas Children’s becomes first in state to achieve Level IV NICU designation

We’ve all heard the saying, “Hard work pays off.” That old adage certainly rings true for Texas Children’s Newborn Center leadership and staff. On April 7, Texas Children’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) became the first hospital in the state to achieve Level IV NICU designation by the Texas Department of State Health Services. “As Read More…

Feb
28
2017

Texas Children’s Pulmonary Hypertension Program earns national accreditation

Texas Children’s Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) Program recently earned national accreditation from the Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA). Texas Children’s is among only six pediatric programs nationwide, and the only one in the southwest, to be awarded this high level of distinction. “This accreditation is a recognition of the care that our program provides for children who Read More…

Feb
7
2017

Transplant Services continues to be one of most active programs in nation

Transplant Services at Texas Children’s Hospital continues to prove that we are at the forefront of pediatric transplantation in the United States performing 86 transplants in 2016. Some of last year’s highlights include: The heart transplant program finished the year as the No. 1 pediatric heart transplant program in the country with 25 transplants. The Read More…