Camp For All 2 U returns to Main Campus, premiers at West Campus

For two weeks in June, Camp For All 2U brought the joy of summer camp to patients at Texas Children’s Hospital’s Main and West Campuses. The program transforms areas of the hospital into camp, providing patients who may not get the experience of camp outside of the hospital the opportunity to enjoy a variety of Read More…


LeBlancs establish fund in daughter’s memory to support Child Life, Nursing scholarship

Molly Mae LeBlanc, daughter of Texas Children’s employees Jill and Andy LeBlanc, passed away at Texas Children’s on May 6, 2017. Molly was diagnosed with Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease (ARPKD) prior to her birth. She battled her kidney and liver disease valiantly and spent much time being cared for at Texas Children’s by many Read More…


New robot provides comfort, excitement for patients during medical procedures

For Nilima Gandhi, watching her 6-year-old son interact with Texas Children’s new robot fills her heart with joy. Her son suffers from beta-thalassemia major – a condition where the body cannot produce red blood cells – which requires him to receive blood transfusions every two to three weeks. “When my son comes to Texas Children’s, Read More…


Teddy Bear clinic provides coping tool for patients, families

Hundreds of children recently gathered with hospital staff on The Auxiliary Bridge of Texas Children’s Hospital and outside the main entrance of Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus to participate in one of the medical system’s most popular events – the annual teddy bear clinic. During the clinic, children are given the opportunity to act out Read More…


Texas Children’s patients, staff celebrate Elsa’s 2nd birthday

On February 23, Texas Children’s therapy dog, Elsa, celebrated her second birthday with a party thrown by patients and staff in The Zone at West Tower. To commemorate her special day, Elsa donned a colorful tutu, party hat and a birthday bandana. As you’ll see, she loved being the center of attention. Elsa spent time Read More…