Sky High For Kids Immunotherapy Center
The Sky High for Kids Immunotherapy Center is a revolutionary initiative which focuses on taking the tremendous steps necessary to propel our goal to cure childhood cancer. The mission is to advance novel immunotherapy treatments, will improve the quality of care and comfort for our patients, and also lead to a global impact.
Sky High for Kids committed $10 million over 15 years to Texas Children’s Hospital to establish the Sky High for Kids patient floor, now located on the 7th floor of Texas Children's Hospital West Tower and the nation’s first Immunotherapy Center.
The spacious, state-of-the-art patient care floor includes 22 hematology-oncology rooms and 10 bone marrow transplant rooms. The newly renovated spaces also feature a multidisciplinary work area for the health care teams, larger family lounge and respite areas, a laundry room, and a beautiful art studio for patients and their families.
The new space allows care teams to better meet the needs of our patients while continuing to provide the highest quality care.
About Sky High For Kids
Sky High is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening conditions. Their efforts benefit leading hospitals and research centers by closing the gap in childhood cancer rates globally.
For more information, visit skyhighforkids.org.