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.
I never would have thought I’d be diagnosed with a fatal illness at just 17 years old. It was like I’d won the lottery. Backwards.
It was not long after moving to Austin that Casey became sick and needed to be admitted. During our time at DCMC all of her doctors, nurses, and everyone really worked together to be sure that she got everything that she needed.
Please join us in sending a warm welcome to Paisley, the first baby born in the new Dell Children’s Specialized Labor and Delivery Unit!
It fills me with joy to know that this Center will be HERE for mothers with high-risk pregnancies and fragile babies, remove so many of these hurdles for families like mine, and save so many more lives.
Dell Children’s Foundation is proud to announce it has received a $2 million charitable donation from The Floyd A. and Kathleen C. Cailloux Foundation in Kerrville, Texas.
Meet Penn, a five-year old boy from Austin who wants to grow up to be a doctor, and a racecar driver – on the side, of course.