Good information helps you make good decisions about the health and health care needs of your children. This section of our website reports quantitative measures of the quality of care we provide at Texas Children's Hospital. These results show you how we measure up compared to national data and accepted care standards.
Texas Children's Hospital is committed to providing the highest quality care possible for children and families.
Our mission is to provide personalized, high-quality, family-centered care to children, adolescents and young adults with cancer and blood disorders.
The Heart Center at Texas Children's Hospital is organized around the principle that success in pediatric and cardiac care is achieved by surrounding patients with the greatest available expertise at every point during their time at the hospital.
The Neurosurgery team is committed to continuous quality improvement and to achieving the best outcomes possible.
We provide care for over 325 children as part of our mission to deliver the highest quality patient care possible, engage in biomedical research, and to provide education.
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at Texas Children's Hospital has 31 beds and 20 Critical Care Medicine Pediatric Subspecialists that treat children with serious medical care needs.
The Trauma Program at Texas Children's Hospital is committed to providing comprehensive care to patients and families that have experienced a traumatic injury.
The Texas Children’s Hospital Outcomes and Impact Service is dedicated to helping patients, families and providers make better health care decisions using outcomes data.