Archive | June, 2013

Continuing the Bradford Legacy

Not only did Elizabeth Bradford’s kindness in the 1910s inspire her father, Thomas L. Bradford, to fund the establishment of The Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies – which later became Children’s Medical Center – it began a family legacy of generosity to Children’s that has been instrumental to our hospital’s success, spans five generations and […]

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The dedication of the Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies

For the Love of Babies

Children’s Medical Center traces its beginning back 100 years, to April 1913 when a compassionate and visionary group of nurses, led by May Smith, started an open-air “baby camp” to care for Dallas babies on the lawn of what would soon become Parkland Hospital. They had a dream that a hospital dedicated exclusively to children […]

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Scooby-Doo Visits Children’s Dallas

  The cast of Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries stopped by the Seacrest Studio’s Red Balloon Network at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas on their way to solve a very important mystery. Before Daphne, Velma, Scooby-Doo and Shaggy went to the Allen Event Center where a ghost was reportedly haunting the theatre, the Mystery Inc. gang […]

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Metroplex Cities, Counties and Texas Legislature Commemorate Children’s Medical Center of Dallas’ 100 Years of Serving the Community

Children’s Medical Center is being honored in the coming week by several North Texas cities and counties through proclamations commemorating the organization’s centennial this year and the positive impact made on the health and well-being of Texas children. The cities include Dallas, Irving, Mesquite, as well as Collin County whose elected officials are presenting proclamations […]

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