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Children's at Legacy 5 year event

Children’s at Legacy Celebrates with Anniversary Carnival

The Children’s at Legacy Five-Year Anniversary Carnival was an all-around family event held at the Legacy campus for employees, volunteers and their families. Kristie Obiri-Gyan, who works in Respiratory Care and has worked at Children’s for 12 years, appreciated being able to invite her family to celebrate a workplace milestone. “Children’s always makes me feel like […]

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Children’s Medical Center at Legacy Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

PLANO — Children’s Medical Center at Legacy on Thursday (Aug. 22) celebrated five years of providing first-class pediatric care to the residents north of Dallas and beyond with a carnival for its nearly 600 staff members  and their families. “Five years ago, we opened our Children’s  Legacy campus to expand our mission – to make […]

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Making A Statement

Making a statement

Football really isn’t Kelsey Oudshoorn’s game; volleyball is. But the other day, the 15 year old was waiting, football in hand, to meet Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman at Children’s. The two Dallas Cowboys icons shook her hand and autographed her ball, which she bought especially for the occasion. Kelsey, a patient in the Center […]

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Back in the game

  September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. View a gallery of photos of children with cancer called “For The Moment” that showcases a day in the life of cancer patients and their families – whether at home, their struggles in treatment and through recovery. Matt Burpee, 7, is enjoying first grade and playing soccer […]

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Children’s at Legacy helps ease the pain

Cheryl Haver’s evening started out like any other: “Get off work, pick up the kids, go home and start dinner.” But the evening of July 20 turned out differently. Her youngest daughter, Mickenleigh, 4, (“Mickey” or my little monkey”) ended up with a gash in her eyebrow that needed stitches. Even though they were in […]

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