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Dell Children’s is excited to announce the launch of the first Pediatric Heart Transplant Program in Central Texas. Heart transplants are a critical component of the cardiology and cardiac surgery program at Dell Children’s, which continues to grow thanks to your support.
We are excited to share with you that Z. Leah Harris, M.D., has accepted the role of chair of pediatrics and physician‐in‐chief at Dell Children’s Medical Center. She will officially begin her role in August.
Dell Children’s Medical Center announces major expansion plans for Central Texas, including new children’s hospital in North Austin. Expansions also include new medical office building in North Austin, continued growth on Mueller campus
On March 4th our community gathered together to help us break ground on the new Dell Children’s Specialty Pavilion. This state-of-the-art pediatric outpatient facility will be connected to Dell Children’s
We are excited to share that the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation has made a significant commitment to advance the next phase of Dell Children’s growth.
Right before Christmas of 2017, our daughter, Madelyn, came down with a rare and serious illness that landed her at Dell Children’s for seven days.
On October 17th Charles D. Fraser, Jr, MD., Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery, led a conversation with the leadership of the Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease.
Superhero Kids, an organization that was founded to specifically address quality of life issues for children and their families at the Dell Children’s Blood and Cancer Center, will celebrate their 10th anniversary
My youngest daughter, Josie, was diagnosed with leukemia in January of 2012. She had been having some different symptoms that didn’t sound too serious ahead of that – a nosebleed, aches in her bones,