Children’s Med Dallas is an unprecedented look behind the walls of Children’s Medical Center. Watch this promo of the season finale and then visit Facebook to see the episode in full.
Maria Alias had no idea what nephrophthisis meant when she brought her two sons, Safie and Najib, from Malaysia to America in 2005. But she learned very quickly in the summer of 2011. The boys’ father noticed that Najib, then 6, had uncontrollable tremors in his hands one morning in July when Maria was out [...]
Let’s be honest. Every episode ending in a cliffhanger makes us all anxious. We want to know how these patients who we’ve come to know and care for turn out. Moreover, we want to know that those patients turn out well. Well, we’ll get our wish this Saturday on the series finale. How has Rylynn [...]
This Saturday at 6:30 p.m. on WFAA, you’ll get to see some of the hardest and sweetest issues that parents of Children’s patients face. Episode 6 of Children’s Med Dallas picks up the stories of two families in the NICU who were introduced in Episode 5. You’ll get to see how newborn Dakayta fares following [...]
It’s common knowledge in the medical community that viruses like the flu mutate and adapt to maneuver around the latest immunizations. In fact, that’s the reason we have to get flu shots every year – because the strains of the flu we were immunized against in prior years have evolved and require us to develop [...]
Hello All. My name is Andy and I wanted to share my story with St. Baldrick’s. You can raise money by having people donate money to your cause and at the end of the event you have your head shaved as a thanks to everyone. Right now I am 15 years old and this March [...]
Episode 5 of Children’s Med Dallas focuses on the youngest and smallest patients at Children’s – the ones who occupy our neonatal intensive care unit or NICU. You’ll get to see three families who entrust their babies’ lives to our staff, believing that the “Level 3C” NICU accreditation means the most delicate and complex cases [...]
March 28, 2012: Watch as CBS 11 reporter Jay Gormley interviews Children’s Medical Center cardiologist Dr. Colin E. Kane on the dangers of synthetic marijuana.
What is Child Life and how did you discover the profession? Ashley Brady: Child life specialists work in many areas of the hospital from the Emergency Department to the ICU. I discovered the child life profession in my second year of college when I was looking for a career that combined the medical field and [...]
My first experience with St. Baldrick’s was during my residency in general pediatrics at Children’s, about four years ago. A group of oncology fellows, including Dr. Martha Stegner, shaved their heads for St. Baldrick’s. I thought it was so amazing that “Dr. Martha” was willing to go bald for her patients! As I applied for [...]