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 also includes a 60,000-square-foot medical office building and dedicated free parking.
Dell Children’s Medical Center, a beacon of hope for families facing neonatal challenges, recently celebrated the grand opening of its expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
We are thrilled to share that a philanthropic gift has been made that will elevate care at Dell Children’s for generations to come. The Kozmetsky Family Foundation has established the Kozmetsky Family Foundation Endowed Chair in Pediatric Epilepsy at Dell Children’s to honor the innovative care and leadership of Dr. Dave Clarke.
Dell Children’s Neonatology Program, recently ranked by US News and World Report as a top-tier program, is growing both in its physical footprint and programmatic depth as we work to ensure that all patients, regardless of the medical diagnosis, can receive world-class healthcare right here, at home in Central Texas.
In a heartwarming tale of courage and medical breakthroughs, Baby Elias Robinson-Rodriguez has emerged as a symbol of hope and inspiration at Dell Children’s Medical Center.
In 2018, after struggling with infertility for nearly a decade, Laura and Blain Martin celebrated the birth of their son Henry following a complicated delivery and emergency c-section. After a short stay in the NICU, baby Henry was home with his family.
We’re excited to share that after four months of growing bigger and stronger at our hospital, Baby Le’Lani is now home with her loving family.