Jul
17
2018

Texas Children’s celebrates official opening of the Angelman Syndrome Clinic

On July 9, Texas Children’s Hospital and the Angelman Syndrome Foundation celebrated the official opening of the Angelman Syndrome Clinic at Texas Children’s, one of only seven Angelman syndrome-specific clinics in the United States – and the first in Texas. Several patient families gathered on the 16th floor of Wallace Tower to attend the ribbon Read More…

Jun
26
2018

U.S. News: 8 Texas Children’s subspecialties ranked in top 10, Heart Center and Pulmonology best in nation

Texas Children’s Hospital has once again been named as a national leader among pediatric institutions by U.S. News & World Report in their recently published 2018-19 edition of Best Children’s Hospitals. Ranked fourth among all children’s hospitals nationally and one of only 10 hospitals to achieve the Honor Roll designation for the tenth straight year, Read More…

Jun
12
2018

Spotlight on the growth of Texas Children’s Neurology Program

As Texas Children’s continues to expand its physical footprint as a leader in pediatric care, Texas Children’s Neurology Program is growing by leaps and bounds. As one of the largest pediatric neurology service providers in the nation, more than 30,000 patient encounters occur each year at Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center. Ranked No. 4 nationally in Read More…

Feb
13
2018

Texas Children’s celebrates Blue Bird Circle’s 95th birthday and partnership

For nearly 17 years, Maryann Macey has volunteered with the Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology at Texas Children’s Hospital – an opportunity that she describes as very rewarding. “It is amazing to see all of the progress our organization has made in advancing research to help our physicians at the Blue Bird Circle Read More…

Nov
21
2017

Patient family credits Texas Children’s epilepsy team for daughter’s seizure-free outcome

Six-year-old Molly Malinsky and her parents have a lot to be grateful for this holiday season. After their daughter was diagnosed with a seizure disorder at four months old, Molly is now seizure free, a miraculous outcome that her family credits to Texas Children’s world-class neuroscience team. When the Malinskys learned that their daughter’s physician Read More…