Author Archive | Jay Mize

6 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Car Seat

The best car seat for your child is the one that fits your car, fits your child and that you can use properly every time on every ride. Before buying a new car seat for your child, The Safety Source-Injury Prevention Service at Children’s Medical Center recommends you know the answers to these six questions. What to […]

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Children’s Cancer Fund 26th Annual Luncheon Pictures

The Children’s Cancer Fund (CCF) 26th Annual Luncheon on April 4 brought together patients from Children’s Medical Center, celebrities and sponsors for an unforgettable and heartwarming experience. The Luncheon raises funds for pediatric oncology research at Children’s and UT Southwestern, child life assistance and underwriting fellowships at the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and […]

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What Happens When a Teddy Bear Has Surgery?

At Children’s Medical Center, when a teddy bear has surgery, patients like 5-year-old Nicole Martinez get to learn about their own medical journey in a way they can understand. Plus, it’s a lot of fun, a part of childhood in short supply for many patients in the hospital. Pamela the Bear Visits Children’s Patients at […]

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Specialty Care Center in Southlake

Nationally Ranked Pediatric Care Close to Home in Southlake

You already know about our hospitals in Dallas and Plano. And you probably know that Children’s Medical Center has primary care and specialty care locations throughout the Metroplex. But did you know Children’s Medical Center extends its award-winning pediatric care to the city of Southlake? The Children’s Specialty Care Center in Southlake is located right off of […]

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Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders has been renamed the Pauline Allen Gill Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in honor of the Pauline Allen Gill Foundation. The Foundation donated $10 million designated to support the cancer and blood disorders center at Children’s. This generous gift has helped fund the construction and renovation of the sixth […]

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Historical marker honors our heritage

On June 28, we unveiled our Texas Historical Commission historical marker at the site of Dallas Baby Camp, the precursor to Children’s Medical Center, on the Old Parkland campus. The marker pays tribute to the group of nurses, led by May Forster Smith, who in 1913 organized the Dallas Baby Camp, an open-air clinic on […]

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Seacrest Studios parners with Children's

Seacrest Studios Joins the Red Balloon Network

The Ryan Seacrest Foundation has collaborated with Children’s Medical Center to open Seacrest Studios, an interactive space for patients to explore the creative realms of radio, television and news media. It’s just another way Children’s helps improve the patient’s experience while they’re spending time in the hospital. Seacrest Studios is a fully functional radio station […]

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