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D Magazine Honors Children’s Nurses

Four of our own were honored as winners of the annual D Magazine Excellence in Dallas-Fort Worth Nursing Awards on Feb. 20. Mark LeClair, RN, BSN, CPEN, EMT-B, winner in Emergency Medicine; Tami Barr, RN, CPN, winner in Pediatrics; Mary Jones, RN, BSN, winner in Orthopedics; and Joy Macaluso, RN, winner in The Heart Center, were […]

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Meet Active Wife and Mom Dr. Ximena Lopez

Ximena Lopez, M.D., is a Pediatric Endocrinologist at Children’s Medical Center and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at UT Southwestern. We caught up with her to find out who she is inside and outside of work. WHAT SHE DOES: Has dedicated her research and practice to specializing in pediatric Type 2 diabetes and pediatric obesity. […]

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Inspiring Journeys for These Respiratory Therapists

Meet respiratory therapists Joe Cram and Jean DuBois. In honor of National Respiratory Care Week, we are highlighting Joe and Jean along with one of their patients, 6-year-old Kenedi Groves. Kenedi was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome – the left side of her heart was severely underdeveloped. After multiple surgeries, she was diagnosed with […]

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‘I cannot imagine doing anything else’

Name: Jean DuBois, RRT-NPS Years as respiratory therapist: 27 Years at Children’s: 10 Area of expertise: Cardiac ICU Family: Alvin (husband), Doug (son), Heather (daughter), their spouses and four grandchildren - Danielle, Paige, Gavan and Gracie. Hobbies: gardening (especially roses), quilting, needlework, reading, photography and most of all - family. Why respiratory therapy: I  pursued the field of respiratory therapy […]

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‘I understand the stakes and take my job very seriously’

Name: Joe Cram, RRT-NPS, Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist Years as respiratory therapist at Children’s: 22 Area of expertise: Cardiac ICU  Family: Michelle (wife), Lauren and Kristen (daughters) Hobbies: family, golf, travel Why respiratory therapy: My oldest daughter was born with a chronic lung disease, Cystic Fibrosis. Becoming a respiratory therapist was my way of helping […]

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