Remember Me Always ceremony comforts Texas Children’s families and staff

Texas Children’s Newborn Center hosted its seventh annual Remember Me Always ceremony on May 16. The ceremony was generously sponsored by the Sinisi and Senn families in honor of their daughter, McKenzie. Developed in partnership with families and staff, the Remember Me Always ceremony brought comfort to Texas Children’s families who suffered the loss of Read More…


International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day

May 15 was International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day. At Texas Children’s Newborn Center, our physicians and neonatal nurses are strong believers in the benefits of kangaroo care, which promotes parental bonding with a new baby from the earliest moments of life. Kangaroo Care is a method of holding babies skin to skin with a parent. Read More…


Suresh named medical director of Texas Children’s Newborn Center

Texas Children’s is excited to announce the arrival of Dr. Gautham Suresh who recently joined the neonatology team as the medical director of Texas Children’s Newborn Center. Suresh earned his medical degree from JJM Medical College in Davangere, India. He completed his pediatric residency and neonatology fellowship at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Read More…


Texas Children’s Newborn Center improves neonatal outcomes

Texas Children’s Newborn Center is ranked No. 2 in the nation, but this impressive ranking is more than just a number. It demonstrates our hospital’s commitment to improving the long-term outcomes of premature and critically-ill infants in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Each year, more than 2,000 newborns are treated in all levels of Read More…