Texas Children's Hospital
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|Texas Children's Hospital|
|Texas Children's Hospital Integrated Delivery System|
|Location||Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, United States|
|Affiliated university||Baylor College of Medicine|
|Emergency department||Pediatric Emergency Center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Texas|
With 639 licensed beds and 465 beds in operation, it is the largest children's hospital in the United States and is affiliated with the Baylor College of Medicine as that institution's primary pediatric training site.
Rankings and recognition
The 2019–2020 edition of U.S. News & World Report recognized Texas Children's Hospital as among the top 3 children's hospitals in the United States. Texas Children’s Hospital is 1 of 10 hospitals designated on the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll, which is reserved to those hospitals that rank in all 10 subspecialties surveyed.
Texas Children's national rankings for each subspecialty area for 2019–2020 are:
- #3 Pediatric Cancer
- #1 Pediatric Cardiology & Heart Surgery
- #8 Pediatric Diabetes & Endocrinology
- #2 Pediatric Gastroenterology & GI Surgery
- #7 Neonatology
- #2 Pediatric Nephrology
- #3 Pediatric Neurology & Neurosurgery
- #10 Pediatric Orthopedics
- #1 Pediatric Pulmonology and Lung Surgery
- #6 Pediatric Urology
- Ralph Feigin, M.D. – Physician-in-Chief, 1977–2008, Texas Children's Hospital
- Mark Kline, M.D. – Physician-in-Chief, 2008–Present, Texas Children's Hospital; Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine; President of the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (BIPAI)
- David Poplack, M.D. – Former Director, Texas Children's Cancer Center, Professor of Pediatrics.
- Jennifer Arnold, M.D. – neonatologist on staff, profiled on the television series The Little Couple
- Charles Fraser, Jr., M.D. – Surgeon-in-Chief, 2010–present
- Charles Mullins – TCH cardiologist (1970–2006); has been called "the father of modern interventional pediatric cardiology"
- David Vetter (1971–1984) – Severe Combined Immune Deficiency Syndrome (a.k.a., The Bubble Boy)
- The Mata Twins (2014–present) - Formerly conjoined twins that underwent a 26 hour operation to be surgically separated
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- "Texas Children's Hospital 2019–20 US News Overview". U.S. News & World Report. 17 June 2019. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
- Texas Medical Center News Remembering Ralph Feigin Retrieved 11-05-2009
- Houston Chronicle  Retrieved 04-11-2014
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- A. Palowski (17 Feb 2016). "Formerly conjoined twins thrive one year after epic surgery". today.com. The Today Show. Retrieved 18 May 2017.