Jul
17
2017

Bisset awarded 2017 Gold Medal from RSNA for his contributions to radiology

Texas Children’s Radiology-in-Chief Dr. George Bisset was recently awarded the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Gold Medal for 2017. The Gold Medal is RSNA’s highest honor. It is awarded annually by the Board of Directors to those persons who, in the judgment of the Board, have rendered unusual service to the science of radiology. Read More…

Jul
11
2017

Texas Children’s celebrates transplant milestone

On June 28, Texas Children’s Transplant Services held a celebration in honor of reaching an important milestone – the completion of 1,500 transplants. The milestone further solidifies Texas Children’s position as one of the most active pediatric transplant programs in the nation, per the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Organ Procurement and Transplantation Read More…

Jun
26
2017

US News: 8 Texas Children’s specialties ranked in top 10, Heart Center best in nation

 The results of the 2017 U.S. News & World Report survey of Best Children’s Hospitals are in, and Texas Children’s Hospital maintained the No. 4 ranking overall. The scores were exceptionally tight among the top children’s hospitals, but Texas Children’s is again listed on the honor roll. “We’ve dedicated six decades to conducting innovative research Read More…

Oct
26
2016

Weekly legendary care feature in Houston Chronicle focuses on where Texas Children’s is now

Texas Children’s is the honored sponsor for every Tuesday’s “Houston Legends” series. We will showcase the legendary care Texas Children’s has provided since 1954, and focus on milestone moments in our unique history. Also, a complementary website offers a more detailed look at our past, our story and our breakthroughs. On the right is the Read More…

Jul
26
2016

Texas Children’s Cancer Center patients enjoy fun activities at Spa Day

On Friday, July 22, the Still Strong Foundation hosted a Spa Day for Texas Children’s Cancer Center patients and their families. Houston Texans defensive lineman Devon Still and his daughter, Leah, created the foundation in 2015 following Leah’s diagnosis with neuroblastoma. During the event, patients enjoyed face painting, decorating flip flops and face masks, and Read More…