Dell Children’s North Campus
1st floor – Level III Trauma Center with 18 emergency bays, imaging center and an outpatient retail pharmacy
2nd floor – 4 operating rooms, 2 endoscopy rooms and room to grow
3rd floor – 36 universal beds (12 designated as intensive care rooms and 24 designated as acute care rooms) and a Ronald McDonald House 2 bedroom suite and family respite space
4th floor – Additional space for future growth for up to 72 beds
The north campus will also include a 60,000-square-foot medical office building and dedicated free parking.
Baby Le’Lani was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart defect while in utero. Upon entering this world, she would need life-saving surgery to ensure the arteries around her heart were pumping blood properly.
At Dell Children’s Medical Center gene therapy is saving babies’ lives. The ground-breaking treatment means children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy or SMA will live past the age of two. For one Austin family the gene therapy is the science of miracles.
A beloved annual tradition, Austin police Department (APD) officers dressed up as superheroes and visited the kids at Dell Children’s.
Dell Children’s Medical Center is developing a comprehensive sickle cell center, which will give patients more access to clinical trials and the newest treatments.
Setting the pace for the community to welcome Dell Children’s into Williamson County, the Maxwell Family has made a $1,000,000 gift in support of Dell Children’s North, which will be honored with the naming of the chapel space within the hospital.
Identical twin boys, Yadier and Yasiel, are thriving after they were delivered last month at the new Dell Children’s Specialized Delivery Unit. In December they had undergone complex laser surgery while in the womb – a first of its kind at Dell Children’s